Project Management Training ProgramWe use SimulTrain® in our Process
Enterprise Project Management is pleased to offer you our proven Project Management training program that can take an individual entering into the Project Management (PM) discipline through a structured program one step at a time through to preparing the individual to write their (PMI)® Project Management Institute and (PMP)® Project Management Professional certification exam (provided they meet all the requirements set out for certification on the PMI® web site.
PMI, PMBOK and PMP are registered Marks of the Project Management Institute Inc.
Materials in our classes are based on the text, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide).
EPM’s training approaches include “customized learning experiences”, which take a project that your organization is planning and using our off-the-shelf curriculum we work in the class with your employees to not only learn the principles and practices of project management but create deliverables to initiate the planning process for your project!
The deliverables for your project would include development and clarification of the project scope, work breakdown structure, stakeholder management and risk plans that are specific to your project. This approach has been extremely successful with our clients locally and worldwide.
Participants can enter the program at their individual level.
We use SimulTrain® in our Process
When using SimulTrain®, participants work in groups of four people on each simulator. They learn from the simulation itself: whenever they make a decision, the simulated people involved in the project will react and give feedback through email or voicemail. The participants also learn from the inevitable interactions that take place within their four-person group.
The SimulTrain® simulator trains in two different domains:
- Project Management technical competencies
- Project Management behavioral competencies
Project Management Technical Competencies
Initiating and planning a project. The project manager:
- Identifies the project team with agreed roles and responsibilities
- Organizes the quality management process
Executing, monitoring and controlling a project. The project manager:
- Manages human resources
- Verifies that quality is monitored and controlled
- Manages Material resources
- Monitors project status, communicating that status to stakeholders
- Manages changes in a professional manner
- Makes decisions that mitigate risk
- Verifies that contracts are correctly administered
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Project Management Behavioral Competencies
The project manager:
- Actively listens, understands, and responds to stakeholders
- Creates a team environment that promotes high performance
- Builds and maintains effective relationships
- Motivates and mentors project team members
- Takes accountability for delivering the project
- Plans and manages for project success in an organized manner
- Resolves conflict involving the project team or stakeholders
- Effectively resolves issues and solves problems
- Resolves problems with the project
- Maintains project stakeholder involvement, motivation and support
- Manages a diverse workforce
- Resolves individual and organizational issues while maintaining objectivity
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