Project Management – Basics
May 5, 16, 18 (lunch provided on Friday)
Friday 9-3:30 pm Tues/Thurs – 6-9 pm
Registration – $675 for series
This course provides an overview of the ten knowledge-based principles for managing successful projects: Scope, integration, communication, time, cost, procurement, risk management, quality control, human resources, and project stakeholder management. The training includes practical exercises and an in-class group project. Participants receive a manual, electronic forms, and other resource materials. On Friday, lunch will be provided. Source: Project Management Body of Knowledge, Project Management Institute PMI best business practices.
This class provides 12 hours of the 35 needed towards the PMP (Project Management Professional) certification from PMI.org
This class will also run in August.
Project Management – Real World Applications
June 2, 13, 15, 30, July 11, 13 (lunch provided on Fridays)
Fridays 9-3:30 pm Tues/Thurs – 6-9 pm
Registration – $1325 for series
Discover a documented step-by-step guideline for managing projects. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of strategic and real world scenarios. On Fridays, lunch will be provided.
Day 1 – Initiation and Closing Projects
Day 2 – Success and Planning for Projects
Day 3 – Project Simulation for Execution
Day 4 – Project Control and Project Management Professional Responsibility
This class provides 24 hours of the 35 hours needed towards the PMP (Project Management Professional) certification from PMI.org
This class will also run in September.
Instructor – Doug Winters, PMP, SSBB
Doug Winters, PMP, SSBB, is a Project Management Professional certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and a Six Sigma Black Belt certified by Southern Polytechnic State University. Doug attended the Universidad de Philosophia e Letras of Valencia in Spain and attained the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) in Finance from the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics. Throughout his career, he has successfully completed important projects with domestic and international companies, including The Weather Channel, Disney, The International Olympic Committee, Morris Communications, Gulfstream, Luxor Hotel, and Kodak. With over fifteen years of hands-on technical project management and professional systems integration experience, success stories also include management in the full system development life cycle requiring technology, process, and organizational transformations.
For Savannah programming information contact:
Anna “Kye” Daniels
Office: Coastal Georgia Center
Phone: (912) 651-2005
For questions regarding course specifics contact:
Doug Winters, PMP, SSBB, Course Instructor