Edwards School of Business

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Project Management Course

Introduction & Background

Learn how to plan and execute organizational projects on time and on budget.

A project is any unique undertaking which requires a special organization and has stated objectives in terms of scope, time and cost. The Project Management Course takes a comprehensive view of "the total project," from the planning and organizational stages to the actual implementation stage with special emphasis placed on control and continuous improvement.

Course coverage will include project management systems and will also explore the often neglected human side of Project Management and employee motivation. This is an ideal overview for anyone directly or indirectly involved in project development.

Course Structure

All participant materials will be provided through Canvas. Program learning will be delivered virtually through Zoom.

The Project Management Course virtual classroom training restructures the traditional three-day in-class program with both live instructor-led virtual components and pre-recorded videos that will be viewed by participants at strategic points before and during the virtual instructor-led components.

Limited homework will be required for pre-recorded video viewing, and work required on participant’s own projects. The restructuring allows the instructor-led sessions to concentrate on more challenging concepts, as well as discussions, polls, breakout groups, and application of key learning concepts.

In order to use Zoom, participants are required to have access to a computer/laptop with sound capabilities (speakers and microphone) and a built-in camera or webcam. Participants can also join the webinar by phone. All phone numbers and access IDs will be provided. Participants should also have access to a quiet and private space for learning.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Essential PM terminology that will help enable you to communicate effectively with your peers
  • The phases of the project cycle
  • How to maintain control of time, scope, quality and costs
  • Understanding key stakeholder roles and responsibilities
  • Effective ways to monitor and control your projects
  • How to establish and use the proper communication channels
  • Develop early warning systems by tracking and measuring progress
  • How to closeout your project, gather lessons learned and implement best practices on future projects

Format

3-Day course

Refund Policy

University of Saskatchewan's liability is limited to reimbursement of paid tuition fees. Cancellations received at least ten (10) business days in advance of the course commencement date will receive a full refund. Cancellations received less than ten (10) business days prior to the course commencement date will be subject to a $500 administration fee. Cancellations received less than three (3) business days prior to the course commencement date will be subject to full course tuition cost. Non-attendance will incur full course tuition cost. Fees subject to change without notice. Program Transfer Policy: One course transfer will be permitted without penalty if the cancellation request is received more than fifteen (15) business days prior to the course start date. Program transfers within fifteen (15) business days of the course start date will be subject to a $300 administration fee. Alternate program transfers may be approved dependent on course availability. Transfer requests must be scheduled within six (6) months of the initial purchase. Applicants will be responsible for any price difference in program fees at the time of the request. Each subsequent transfer request will be subject to $300 administration fee.


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Course Code: ESB201