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Project Management with Dr. Harold Kerzner

Project Management According to the PMBOK® Guide: An Introduction to PMP® Certification: 
Stay up to date with the latest methodologies presented in the new 5th edition of the PMBOK® Guide. Whether you are preparing to take the PMP/CAPM® exam or interested in applying the most relevant principles in project management today, this course will provide you with knowledge you need. Based on in depth consulting and research experience, Dr. Kerzner will reveal how these principles are applied in companies all over the world today.

As a result of attending, you will take away practices that will increase the success of your projects today.

January 20, 21, 22, 2015
8 am - 4 pm; 24 PDU; $1,799; Baldwin Wallace, Berea

Textbook, workbook, refreshments and lunch included in course fee.  This course provides 24 credited hours toward the 35 hour project management education requirement set by PMI®.  You will receive the latest edition of Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling as part of the course fee.

Target Audience:
Project Managers, team members, field staff members, project engineers, design engineers, project leaders and administrators, manufacturing engineers, operating managers, functional managers, R & D managers, and information technology professionals. The program will benefit executives, managers and supervisors of all industries and government agencies who are concerned with effectively managing ventures and projects on time and within budget.

Essential elements:

  • Comprehensive training in the principles and core project areas of project management
  • Materials are based on the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) - Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc. 20018
  • Aspects of professional responsibility

Instructor: Harold Kerzner, MS, MBA, PhD, is Executive Director at International Institute for Learning (IIL) and Adjunct Faculty of Systems Management at Baldwin Wallace University, where he specializes in the areas of project management, strategic planning and total quality management. more information

For more information about taking the PMP® Certification Exam, please contact PMI at (610) 356-4600 or visit the Project Management Institute  Web site. The PMP® Certification Exam is a separate process conducted through PMI®.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Full payment by cash, check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover) is needed to confirm your registration. Company or government purchase orders will be accepted. Your registration will not be guaranteed unless payment or prior arrangements have been made within the time guidelines for each program.

If you are unable to attend a program, please notify our department at (440) 826-2253 to cancel, transfer or make a substitution. Substitutions can be made at any time prior to the start of the program. Cancellations received two weeks prior to the start date of the program will be refunded the full seminar fee. Cancellations and Transfer registrations made less than two weeks will be charged a $150 fee. No refunds will be issued once the program has begun.

PMP® Certification Eligibility

To achieve PMP® certification a candidate must satisfy all education and experiential requirements established by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and demonstrate a level of understanding and knowledge of project management. You must also meet the following requirements of either category 1 or category 2.  (Refer to the PMI® website www.pmi.org)

CATEGORY 1

  1. Achieved a baccalaureate degree or better.
  2. A minimum of 4, 500 hours of project management experience within the five project  management process groups within the six-year period prior to application.
  3. Obtain 35 contact hours of project management education.

CATEGORY 2

  1. Does not hold a baccalaureate degree or global equivalent university degree, but holds a high school diploma or equivalent secondary school credential.
  2. A minimum of 7, 500 hours of project management experience within the five project management process groups, within the eight-year period prior to the application. Candidates who hold an associate's degree should also apply in this category.
  3. Obtain 35 contact hours of project management education.

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