This course’s primary objectives are to provide the participants with the necessary vocabulary, and basic fundamentals of Project Management. You will learn the different phases and knowledge areas such as Project Scope, Schedule, Cost, Risk, and Time management necessary to understand and function at a high level in the Business analyst role within a project. You will also gain essential insight on the various interpersonal skills required by Project Managers but also from any project team member. Gain practical skills through hands-on, interactive group activities and individual assignments. Enhance your experience through discussions, and reflections. Get tools, templates, and samples to continue your learning and practice after class. This course is aligned to the requirements management and business analysis principles outlined by Project Management Institute (PMI) ®.
Get trained by industry ExpertsOur courses are delivered by professionals with years of experience having learned first-hand the best, in-demand techniques, concepts, and latest tools.
Official Certification curriculumOur curriculum is kept up to date with the latest official Certification syllabus and making you getting ready to take the exam.
Tax CreditClaim up to 25% of tuition fees and education tax credit from your taxes
Discount on Certification VoucherUpto 50 percent discount voucher will be provided.
24/7 Lab accessOur students have access to their labs and course materials at any hour of the day to maximize their learning potential and guarantee success.
Project Management Certification (PMI)
In this module, students gain an introductory understanding of project management principles, exploring fundamental concepts and methodologies. They delve into project planning, execution, and control, acquiring foundational skills essential for effective project management.
This module delves into the project management framework, covering methodologies, processes, and tools crucial for structured project execution. Students explore frameworks like PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge), gaining insights into project initiation, planning, execution, and closure phases within a framework context.
In this module, students explore project management phases and processes, delving into the sequential steps involved in project execution. They learn about initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing phases, understanding the processes within each phase critical for project success.
This module focuses on interpersonal skills essential for effective project management, emphasizing communication, leadership, teamwork, and conflict resolution. Students develop competencies in building relationships, managing diverse teams, and fostering collaboration crucial for project success.
This module delves into conflict management strategies, equipping students with techniques to identify, address, and resolve conflicts that may arise during project execution. Students learn negotiation skills and conflict resolution methodologies essential for maintaining project momentum and team cohesion.
In this module, students delve into crucial project management aspects like Project Scheduling: Techniques for organizing tasks and resources efficiently, and Communication and Risk Management: Planning and mitigating risks, alongside effective communication strategies. Additionally, role-playing conflicts to enhance conflict resolution skills among team members.
This module covers essential project management aspects like Project Management Fundamentals: Core principles and methodologies, and Cost Management, Execution Roles: Techniques for cost control, roles, and responsibilities, alongside preparing presentations for steering committees to showcase project progress.
This module examines Information System Life Cycle Models, encompassing phases like analysis, design, implementation, and maintenance. It delves into methodologies such as Waterfall, Agile, and Spiral, crucial for developing efficient IT systems.
Agile Project Management focuses on iterative, adaptable approaches, fostering flexibility and customer collaboration. Scrum, a subset of Agile, employs sprints, daily stand-ups, and roles like Product Owner and Scrum Master for efficient team collaboration and product delivery.
Interested in gaining IT knowledge and enter into real world IT domain, switching carears in IT or applying for entry level positions
Project Management (PMI) certificate from MCIT.
Upon completing this cerification course you will: