(Training towards the PMP qualification of PMI)
Project Management is already part of the organisation’s main functions and it incorporates the best practices from all organisational management disciplines and it provides a structured approach to manage the complexity of modern projects in an efficient and effective way. Established methodologies such as the Project Management Institute’s methodology have been developed through years of research and experience and include all the tools and techniques necessary to effectively manage the critical success factors of projects.
What you will Learn
This course aims to enable participants to achieve the following objectives:
• Understand the project environment and the importance of using a project management standard
• Understand how project are initiated
• Learn how projects are organised and planed
• Learn the how project management processes interact
• Use project management tools to manage project constraints
Trainer: Andreas Solomou
Andreas Solomou has substantial experience in managerial positions. He has managed numerous projects in the fields of product development and education. Since 2006 he has been training professionals in various fields including project management.
He holds a master’s degree in business administration (MBA), and he is a certified project manager (PMP) by PMI (Project Management Institute), as well as a certified trainer of Microsoft (MCT). He also has an MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) certification for managing projects using information systems. He regularly delivers training to ECDL’s professional trainers regarding Project Planning.
DATES: 26/10/15, 27/10/15, 02/11/15, 11/11/15 & 23/11/15
DURATION: 35 Hours
LOCATION: Frederick University, Limassol
TIME: 08:30 - 17:00
FEES: HRDA eligible €355, non-HRDA eligible €950 (both + €180.50 VAT)
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