Description

This three-day, elective course is focused on those employees who are looking to start on the path to a project management career, or a professional who interacts with project managers and needs to understand how project managers improve program effectiveness. In today’s Federal environment, agencies are faced with the challenges of tight economic conditions, ever-shifting priorities, and a growing public demand to deliver results. Project managers require a knowledge of the requirements development process, decision analysis methods, technical assessment, configuration management, and interface management. This course provides the foundation for effective requirements development and systems management.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Illustrate the Federal acquisition process and the key planning documentation used by program managers

  • Analyze the role of the program manager in developing and managing requirements

  • Discuss key technical management processes and tools used in systems engineering

  • Evaluate the importance of the test and evaluation process in acquisition decisions

  • Discuss the application of Total Life-Cycle Systems Management (TLCSM)

  • Create an on-the-job (OTJ) action plan

  • Define and develop the foundations of a project plan, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), budget, schedule, and other resources

  • Manage and control the project against the baseline

  • Discusses key technical management processes and tools used in systems engineering

  • Evaluate the importance of the test and evaluation process in acquisition decisions

  • Closeout a project effectively

 

Technical Requirements

Student are required to have a computer with internet access. 

 

CLPs

24

 

Length

3 Days

Introduction to Project Management

$837.00Price
Course Dates
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