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18th November 2015, 03:54 PM
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Re: PMP Certification Rochester NY

Ok, as you want to know the Project Management Training Courses in Rochester, NY so here I am telling you.

Project Management Training Courses in Rochester, NY

1)

Project Management

Duration: 4 Days

Price: $2095

Course Overview:

Project Management Basics And Terminology

Project Life Cycle – Planning, Implementation and Control
Skills Required for a Project Manager
Project Manager's Responsibilities

Initiating The Project

Project Evaluation and Selection
Identifying Project Phases
Planning and Obtaining Funding
Identifying Project Stakeholders
Building and Sustaining Commitment

Planning Project Work To Meet
Stakeholders' Goals

Scope Statement
Organizing the Project into Manageable Chunks
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Developing a Flexible Project Management Plan
Project Management Software Tools
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Modularize Work
Using the Delphi Technique to Improve Project Design

Human Resource Management

Developing a Human Resource Plan
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Identify Team Members Needed for a Project
Using Rewards and Recognition to Motivate Employees

Developing Project Schedule, Cost Estimates And Budget

Defining and Sequencing Work Activities
PERT Activity Sequencing
Activity Resource Assessment and Planning
Activity Duration Estimates
Critical Path Methodology (CPM)
Gantt Chart Schedule Development
Cost Estimates and Cost Baselines
Analogous Cost Estimation
Bottom Up Estimating
Time Management
Sequencing Activities
Parametric Estimating

Planning Project Quality, Staffing And Communications

Developing the Quality Plan
Differences Between Quality and Grade
Using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) to Solve Problems
Project Team Member Acquisition
Developing the Communications Plan
Internal Progress Reporting
External Marketing Messages
Stakeholder Updates

Analyzing Risk And Planning Risk Responses

Risk Identification and Management Plan
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Quantitative Risk Analysis
Risk Responses

Planning Project Procurements

Statements of Work
Awarding Contracts
Procurement Documentation and Tracking

Managing for Optimal Results

Quality Assurance
Project Team Management
Anticipating and Avoiding Problems
Recovering from Setbacks

Monitoring And Controlling Work Toward Deliverables

Quality Control
Stakeholder Management
Monitoring and Controlling Project Risk
Avoiding Schedule Slippage
Contract Administration

Monitoring And Controlling Project Scope, Schedule And Cost

Managing Change Requests
Controlling Project Scope
Controlling Project Schedules
Monitoring and Controlling Project Costs
Monitoring Schedule and Cost Variances Using Earned Value Technique (EVT)
Project Performance Reporting

Closing The Project

Closing Individual Phases
Closing Procurements
Closing the Project

Using Microsoft Project 2013

Creating and Grouping Tasks
Scheduling Tasks and Milestones
Assigning Resources to Tasks
Adapting to New Requirements
Cost Analysis Reporting

2)

Project Management

Duration: 4 Days

Price: $2095

Course Overview:
Project Management Basics And Terminology

Project Life Cycle – Planning, Implementation and Control
Skills Required for a Project Manager
Project Manager's Responsibilities

Initiating The Project

Project Evaluation and Selection
Identifying Project Phases
Planning and Obtaining Funding
Identifying Project Stakeholders
Building and Sustaining Commitment

Planning Project Work To Meet
Stakeholders' Goals

Scope Statement
Organizing the Project into Manageable Chunks
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Developing a Flexible Project Management Plan
Project Management Software Tools
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Modularize Work
Using the Delphi Technique to Improve Project Design

Human Resource Management

Developing a Human Resource Plan
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Identify Team Members Needed for a Project
Using Rewards and Recognition to Motivate Employees

Developing Project Schedule, Cost Estimates And Budget

Defining and Sequencing Work Activities
PERT Activity Sequencing
Activity Resource Assessment and Planning
Activity Duration Estimates
Critical Path Methodology (CPM)
Gantt Chart Schedule Development
Cost Estimates and Cost Baselines
Analogous Cost Estimation
Bottom Up Estimating
Time Management
Sequencing Activities
Parametric Estimating

Planning Project Quality, Staffing And Communications

Developing the Quality Plan
Differences Between Quality and Grade
Using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) to Solve Problems
Project Team Member Acquisition
Developing the Communications Plan
Internal Progress Reporting
External Marketing Messages
Stakeholder Updates

Analyzing Risk And Planning Risk Responses

Risk Identification and Management Plan
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Quantitative Risk Analysis
Risk Responses

Planning Project Procurements

Statements of Work
Awarding Contracts
Procurement Documentation and Tracking

Managing for Optimal Results

Quality Assurance
Project Team Management
Anticipating and Avoiding Problems
Recovering from Setbacks

Monitoring And Controlling Work Toward Deliverables

Quality Control
Stakeholder Management
Monitoring and Controlling Project Risk
Avoiding Schedule Slippage
Contract Administration

Monitoring And Controlling Project Scope, Schedule And Cost

Managing Change Requests
Controlling Project Scope
Controlling Project Schedules
Monitoring and Controlling Project Costs
Monitoring Schedule and Cost Variances Using Earned Value Technique (EVT)
Project Performance Reporting

Closing The Project

Closing Individual Phases
Closing Procurements
Closing the Project

Using Microsoft Project 2013

Creating and Grouping Tasks
Scheduling Tasks and Milestones
Assigning Resources to Tasks
Adapting to New Requirements
Cost Analysis Reporting

3)

Project Management

Duration: 4 Days

Price: $2095

Course Overview:
Project Management Basics And Terminology

Project Life Cycle – Planning, Implementation and Control
Skills Required for a Project Manager
Project Manager's Responsibilities

Initiating The Project

Project Evaluation and Selection
Identifying Project Phases
Planning and Obtaining Funding
Identifying Project Stakeholders
Building and Sustaining Commitment

Planning Project Work To Meet
Stakeholders' Goals

Scope Statement
Organizing the Project into Manageable Chunks
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Developing a Flexible Project Management Plan
Project Management Software Tools
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Modularize Work
Using the Delphi Technique to Improve Project Design

Human Resource Management

Developing a Human Resource Plan
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Identify Team Members Needed for a Project
Using Rewards and Recognition to Motivate Employees

Developing Project Schedule, Cost Estimates And Budget

Defining and Sequencing Work Activities
PERT Activity Sequencing
Activity Resource Assessment and Planning
Activity Duration Estimates
Critical Path Methodology (CPM)
Gantt Chart Schedule Development
Cost Estimates and Cost Baselines
Analogous Cost Estimation
Bottom Up Estimating
Time Management
Sequencing Activities
Parametric Estimating

Planning Project Quality, Staffing And Communications

Developing the Quality Plan
Differences Between Quality and Grade
Using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) to Solve Problems
Project Team Member Acquisition
Developing the Communications Plan
Internal Progress Reporting
External Marketing Messages
Stakeholder Updates

Analyzing Risk And Planning Risk Responses

Risk Identification and Management Plan
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Quantitative Risk Analysis
Risk Responses

Planning Project Procurements

Statements of Work
Awarding Contracts
Procurement Documentation and Tracking

Managing for Optimal Results

Quality Assurance
Project Team Management
Anticipating and Avoiding Problems
Recovering from Setbacks

Monitoring And Controlling Work Toward Deliverables

Quality Control
Stakeholder Management
Monitoring and Controlling Project Risk
Avoiding Schedule Slippage
Contract Administration

Monitoring And Controlling Project Scope, Schedule And Cost

Managing Change Requests
Controlling Project Scope
Controlling Project Schedules
Monitoring and Controlling Project Costs
Monitoring Schedule and Cost Variances Using Earned Value Technique (EVT)
Project Performance Reporting

Closing The Project

Closing Individual Phases
Closing Procurements
Closing the Project

Using Microsoft Project 2013

Creating and Grouping Tasks
Scheduling Tasks and Milestones
Assigning Resources to Tasks
Adapting to New Requirements
Cost Analysis Reporting

4)

Project Management

Duration: 4 Days

Price: $2095

Course Overview:

Project Management Basics And Terminology

Project Life Cycle – Planning, Implementation and Control
Skills Required for a Project Manager
Project Manager's Responsibilities

Initiating The Project

Project Evaluation and Selection
Identifying Project Phases
Planning and Obtaining Funding
Identifying Project Stakeholders
Building and Sustaining Commitment

Planning Project Work To Meet
Stakeholders' Goals

Scope Statement
Organizing the Project into Manageable Chunks
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Developing a Flexible Project Management Plan
Project Management Software Tools
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Modularize Work
Using the Delphi Technique to Improve Project Design

Human Resource Management

Developing a Human Resource Plan
Using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to Identify Team Members Needed for a Project
Using Rewards and Recognition to Motivate Employees

Developing Project Schedule, Cost Estimates And Budget

Defining and Sequencing Work Activities
PERT Activity Sequencing
Activity Resource Assessment and Planning
Activity Duration Estimates
Critical Path Methodology (CPM)
Gantt Chart Schedule Development
Cost Estimates and Cost Baselines
Analogous Cost Estimation
Bottom Up Estimating
Time Management
Sequencing Activities
Parametric Estimating

Planning Project Quality, Staffing And Communications

Developing the Quality Plan
Differences Between Quality and Grade
Using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) to Solve Problems
Project Team Member Acquisition
Developing the Communications Plan
Internal Progress Reporting
External Marketing Messages
Stakeholder Updates

Analyzing Risk And Planning Risk Responses

Risk Identification and Management Plan
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Quantitative Risk Analysis
Risk Responses

Planning Project Procurements

Statements of Work
Awarding Contracts
Procurement Documentation and Tracking

Managing for Optimal Results

Quality Assurance
Project Team Management
Anticipating and Avoiding Problems
Recovering from Setbacks

Monitoring And Controlling Work Toward Deliverables

Quality Control
Stakeholder Management
Monitoring and Controlling Project Risk
Avoiding Schedule Slippage
Contract Administration

Monitoring And Controlling Project Scope, Schedule And Cost

Managing Change Requests
Controlling Project Scope
Controlling Project Schedules
Monitoring and Controlling Project Costs
Monitoring Schedule and Cost Variances Using Earned Value Technique (EVT)
Project Performance Reporting

Closing The Project

Closing Individual Phases
Closing Procurements
Closing the Project

Using Microsoft Project 2013

Creating and Grouping Tasks
Scheduling Tasks and Milestones
Assigning Resources to Tasks
Adapting to New Requirements
Cost Analysis Reporting


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