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Project Management

What is Project Management?

In the broadest sense, project managers are responsible for planning, organizing, and managing the completion of a project, while ensuring that it delivers the expected results on time, on budget, and within scope.

During this program, we will walk you through the steps from initiation to evaluation of completion. What makes this program so special is the dynamic, interactive, project-based nature; you will complete numerous projects throughout the program, solidifying your learning and ensuring that you are ready to tackle any project that comes your way.

Get Ready to Master :

  • PM Life Cycle

  • History of PM and Current PM knowledge

  • Industry Exploration

  • Initiation and assessment of projects

  • Effectively manage scope

  • Risk Mitigation and Management 

  • Stakeholder Engagement and Alignment

  • Work Breakdown Structures

  • Critical Path 

  • Project Communication

  • Time Estimation, Planning and Management

  • Resource Management

  • Project monitoring and control

  • Project Planning, Execution, Monitoring, Controlling and Close out

  • PM technology

  • Required PM skills and knowledge

  • Computer literacy and proficiency in MS Office

  • Career Prep

  • Job Coaching and planning

Who is eligible 

All indigenous

(Status, non-status, metis and inuit)

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