Getting the Most Value Out of Your Training Program
Establishing a training program that aligns with your company’s corporate goals enables the most cost efficient use of available training funds. When designing a training plan it is important to consider who needs to be trained, what training they need, and what objectives the training is supposed to achieve. Typically, all staff involved in the delivery of projects require some type of training to be able to fulfill their responsibilities; this includes division managers, project managers, and project team members, each of which have different training needs.
Creating a Project Management Training Plan Brochure (137KB PDF).
Who Needs Training
|POSITION||JOB FUNCTION||TRAINING NEEDS||TRAINING OBJECTIVES|
|Division Managers||Allocate Resources||
|Project Managers||Apply Resources||
|Project Team Members||Use Resources||
|POSITION||Division Managers||Project Managers||Project Team Members|
|1. Project Management Fundamentals||X||X||X|
|2. Project Management Skills Development|
|Planning & Control||X||X|
|Contracting & Procurement||X|
|3. PMP® Certification Prep||X|
Project Management Workshops
Project Management Fundamentals
These workshops provide a comprehensive overview of the project management framework based on PMI® standards, and a foundation for implementing a PM corporate methodology.
Project Management Skills Development
These workshops provide project management skills development on the project management context, processes, and PMI® knowledge areas with techniques for managing teams.
Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Prep
This workshop provides strategies to enable participants to write and pass the PMP® Certification Exam from the Project Management Institute.