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Project Management - Advanced Techniques (AIA - TCEPMA) (4 credit hours)
This 4 hour course in project management is intended to improve the prospects for existing project managers and would-be project managers to manage a successful project. The simple definition of “successful” has rarely been defined in specific terms of a given project, but a general definition usually encompasses “being on time and being under budget”. Nevertheless, while this definition may be too narrow to satisfy many PM’s and executives, the project is not “successful” unless you combine these two finite factors with a more than satisfactory end result.
The course is divided into two separate parts, each of which is intended to improve the capabilities of a Project Manager or a potential Project Manager. The first part describes the steps necessary to become a top quality PM. This part focuses on the background and education necessary to be considered for a project management role. 
 
The second part of this course deals with the actual fundamentals of managing a project so that a Project Manager and every team member are performing at an optimum level. This section of the course covers the multiple functions of the project, including the activities necessary to assure that engineering, equipment and construction meet the quality objectives of the project. In this portion of the course are many techniques which describe how to obtain optimum scope and design parameters as well as maintaining schedule and cost controls. Numerous examples are given of solutions to problems that are encountered as the project unfolds. The PM is made aware of the subtleties that are available to resolve seemingly difficult issues.
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Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Coordinate project efforts with Engineering, Purchasing and Executive Management
  • Deal with suppliers and contractors
  • Scope, schedule, and budget a project appropriately
  • Respond to problems and complications with confidence
  • Report progress in measurable outcomes
  • Spot opportunities to gain valuable experience for future projects and future promotions
This course will not be accepted for credit in New York State.

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