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FREE 8-hour Fundamentals of Project Management class

December 10 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Fundamentals of Project Management is a one-day, instructor-facilitated, session designed to provide an introductory overview of the project management discipline.

The seminar structure effectively combines introductory lecture and discussion with hands-on application of the most basic project management principles. The seminar focuses on the standard project management terms and processes associated with initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing a project.

Topics areas include:

• Project Management Terminology • Project Organizations

• Project Selection and Prioritization • Initiating a Project

• Scope Definition • Project Planning and Scheduling

• Resource Identification and Assignment • Project Budgeting

• Project Reporting • Risk Management

• Scope and Change Control • Project Closure

Recommended Attendees

This session will benefit project managers, team members, functional managers, senior managers, and other key project stakeholders in any industry.

Participants Will Receive

  • Comprehensive Student Guide
  • Workbook Including Course Case Study and Templates
  • Standard Project Management Templates in Electronic Format
  • Certificate of Participation
  • 7 Professional Development Units (PDUs)

Session Objectives

The primary objectives of this session include learning how:

  • To define and recognize the fundamental terminology of the project management discipline
  • To identify all process groups of the project management life-cycle
  • To prioritize the primary project constraints of a project
  • To identify and assess the relative importance of key project stakeholders
  • To identify key project deliverables and decompose them to build a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • To formulate an activities list required to produce the project’s deliverables and work packages
  • To build a project schedule, identify its critical path, and determine relative float/slack for
  • activities
  • To identify pertinent roles and responsibilities required to complete the project activities
  • To formulate a budget estimate for the project
  • To identify key communication elements of a project
  • To assess key project risks and formulate action plans to minimize their exposure to the project

Contact Information

If you are interested, please contact Greg Moore, Director of Customized & Industry Training, Fayetteville Technical Community College, 910.678.0168 or email



December 10
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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