Projects carry complex concerns, not always found in traditional management. This one-day module introduces the project team members to Project Management and its structure. The model of: Planning, Organizing, Scheduling, Controlling and Managing Change with specific tools and techniques, is presented. The overall objectives of this team member workshop are to introduce participants of their roles in projects; and to enable negotiation, communication, and coordination between project managers and members of the project team.
This program is for people who do not necessarily manage projects themselves, but are critical members of project teams. Here participants are introduced to the concepts and tools taught in our TSE001-P6 Project Planning and Control – The Foundations of Project Management Workshop. PTM does not replace it.
Once completed, participants involved with PMI® and the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional – PMP or PMI-PBA, Professional in Business Analysis programs, are awarded 8 PDUs or 8 “Contact Hours”.
Instructional methods for this full day module are lecture, discussion and multiple group exercises. Upon request, internal methodology and processes will be included in the course materials.