Direct to Device
19th February, 2022
₹100,000 + GST
Saturday Session 1 - 9:00 am to 10:30 am Session 2 - 10:45 am to 12:15 pm
A project management course will focus on imbuing learners with fundamental principles, theoretical knowledge, process frameworks, tools and techniques, and best practices followed in Project Management. Project Management learning programmes range from Certificate programmes and Postgraduate Diplomas to an MBA course. Depending on the course, the programme duration can vary from 6 months for a certificate course to 1 year for a diploma and 2 years for an MBA in Project Management. A Project Management Professional Certification by Project Management Institute is a globally-recognised credential. There are various project management programmes for beginners too, which are available online.
The Project Management Professional certification offered by PMI is very credible, popular, and globally recognised. The institute has defined requisite eligibility criteria to qualify for the PMP certification examination. The candidate should have undergone 35 hours of training in project management or have a Certified Associate in Project Management certification. Also, experience of about 36 months is needed in leading projects in case the candidate has a four-year degree; and 60 months of experience in leading projects if the candidate has a high school diploma. Eligible candidates can apply for the PMP exam, pay the fees, and schedule the date for the exam.
A professional certification in project management will ensure that participants are prepared with requisite knowledge, skills, and competencies to lead projects and achieve project goals to the satisfaction of all stakeholders. With a credible and recognised certification, participants will be able to work in any industry. It will help them understand the project life cycle and examine potential risks and work on required activities for risk management at different stages of the life cycle of the project.
A project manager will plan, organise, and execute a project from start to end.. They will lead the project team while optimising budgets, resources and timelines. Project managers need to lead different teams, clearly define objectives, communicate with all stakeholders, and oversee a project from its implementation stage to closure. The project manager will be responsible for the entire project and will handle everything about the project including the scope and manage different teams and project resources. In conclusion, project managers will be basically responsible for the success or failure of the entire project.