Applied Project Management

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Course Overview

For those who have a good understanding of the processes of project management, this course will provide a more hands-on approach to managing real-world projects.  It takes a deeper dive into project management’s best practices and shows you concrete ways to put them into action.  An excellent follow-up to our PM Fundamentals course, here you will learn how to implement key project management concepts in your job, regardless of the kinds of projects you manage. This elite course is only offered for groups–inquire for your company!

Duration: 3 days (8 hrs./day)

PDUs: 24


You worked hard to earn your certification, so don’t let your effort go to waste.  Velociteach’s courses can be claimed for PDU credit with The Project Management Institute (PMI)®. So not only will you leave our courses with new skills, you’ll have a certificate for PDUs that can be applied toward maintaining your certification status.


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Course Benefits and Objectives


  • The big picture of project management
  • The project lifecycle and different project management methodologies
  • More advanced theory in project management
  • Keys to initiation
  • The constraints of the Iron Triangle – project scope, time, and cost
  • Emerging quality trends and best practices

Learn how to:

  • Apply financial and other project selection techniques
  • Leverage project phases
  • Plan project scope and identify requirements
  • Decompose the project deliverables for the Work Breakdown Structure and develop the schedule
  • Forecast project costs
  • Perform the calculations associated with earned value reporting
  • Plan for an exceptional project team
  • Develop your management style and motivate the team
  • Identify, analyze, and leverage risks
  • Monitor and control a project
  • Develop project artifacts that you can put to use immediately