Introduction to Project Management (8 Hours)
Overview of Seminar –
Project management is recognized as a vital skill set for many engineering and management positions, not just those with the title of “project manager”. This one day course will provide a solid introduction to the field of project management, with a special emphasis on the role of project management for the engineering professional. The student will review the course content from the perspective of projects from their own organization and will be introduced to tools and techniques that can be used every day to manage real projects.
Who should take this course?
This course is for anyone interested in learning more about formal project management techniques, including project managers, project team members, functional managers and those on a career track into managerial positions.
By the end of the class students will be able to:
- Understand and use basic project management terms
- Produce improved project plans
- Reduce project risk
- Define the complexity of a project
- Have more success in completing projects on-time and under budget
- Utilize project management techniques to better manage projects
- Present a more organized and professional management style
- Definitions of Projects, Programs and Portfolio Management
- The Process of Project Selection
- Project Management:
- Introduction to the five PM process groups
- Introduction to the nine PM knowledge areas
- Project Planning
- Project Execution
- Project Monitoring and Control
- Project Closing
Seminar Details –
DATE: Friday, November 9, 2012
TIME: 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
SEMINAR FEE: $ 295 – Per Person
CREDITS: 8 PDH’s (Professional Development Hours)
LOCATION: The Center for Advanced Engineering & Research – Classrooms 216 A&B. Our physical address is: 1173 Research Way, Forest, VA 24551. Click here for directions to the CAER.
Pre-Registration is required. Click here for registration paperwork.
Please contact Bob Bailey, Executive Director with any questions or requests for additional information about the upcoming seminar. Phone – (434) 477.5060 or E-Mail – email@example.com
PDH Requirements –
Virginia has recently instituted continuing education requirements for Professional Engineers. Engineers who renew or reinstate their licenses after March 31, 2010 will be required to meet the new PDH requirements. The law provides than PEs must complete 16 PDH in the two years immediately preceding their license renewal.
Seminar attendees will receive 8 hours towards this requirement.
About our Instructor –
Phil Hamlett is currently employed as an Information Technology Project Manager with the Babcock & Wilcox company in Lynchburg Virginia. With over 22 years of professional experience, Phil has held numerous roles in information technology, project & formal management and process improvement. In his early career he worked as an application developer, performing development work on numerous technology platforms including client-server, mid-range, web and telephony. Recent roles include: Six Sigma Black Belt for General Electric and manager for an operations intelligence team in a Genworth Financial domestic call center. He has served as adjunct faculty in IT and Project Management at Central Virginia Community College for the last 14 years. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and possesses a BS degree in Management Science from Virginia Tech and a Masters in Administration from Lynchburg College.
For more information on Phil’s professional profile, click here.