PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS
SUNY Computing Officers Association (COA) and the Center for Professional Development (CPD) would like to invite you to a two day project management course. This session has been in very high demand and has been reviewed by past participants as a valuable workshop that brings a lot of value to their daily work lives. The class is taught by Jon Brennan, a SUNY Chief Information Officer who will bring a SUNY perspective to managing projects.
COURSE DESCRIPTION

This 2 day course is designed to teach the fundamentals of project management to New York State employees. The course uses the NYS Project Management Guidebook, v2 as a foundation and will take learners through the project management lifecycle. This workshop seeks to provide a common framework and language for people to use when working on project teams. It is not designed for people already working in project management roles, but rather, this workshop is designed for people new to project management with little or no formal training. The focus of the training is to help SUNY employees understand the concepts and improve their project management skills.
Who should attend?
People that are new to project management. The course is a fundamentals course, and does not deep-dive into course topics.
DETAILS

WHEN
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 – Wednesday, April 26, 2017
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
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WHERE
CPD Video Conference Room
6333 State Route 298
Suite 102
East Syracuse, New York 13057
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PLANNER
Viktorya Mirzoyan

For more info: http://www.cvent.com/events/project-management-fundamentals/event-summary-cd694148b6774b4fbfb6dfdcc6a95681.aspx

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