PMI-CTT Chapter Presents
The Authorized Virtual Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam Preparation Course in partnership with PMI Toronto.
Project Managers with proven skills and experience are in demand across all industries, now more than ever, as organizations respond to unprecedented challenges and uncertainty. The globally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP®) gives you a competitive edge for long term career growth and increased earning potential.
Participate in the only PMI authorized PMP® Exam Prep course that provides the knowledge and skills to demonstrate project management mastery through comprehensive learning based on the PMBOK® Guide. If you plan to attain PMP® certification, this course is essential to achieving your goals.
What You'll Learn:
Our partner PMI Toronto is an authorized PMI® Premier Authorized Training Partner for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® whom only uses PMI licensed content, including instructor and participant guides, and online learning assets such as quizzes, knowledge checks and videos . All curriculum is based on the PMBOK 6th Edition.
Each student will learn:
Module 1 - Creating a High Performing Team
Learn to define team ground rules, build a shared understanding, engage and support virtual teams and more.
Module 2 - Keeping Your Team on Track
Learn to collaborate with stakeholders, lead a team, manage conflict and more.
Module 3 - Getting Started with Your Project
Learn to engage stakeholders, manage and plan scope, assess and manage risk and more.
Module 4 - Doing the Work
Learn to manage project changes, determine appropriate project methods and practices and establish project governance and more.
Module 5 – Keeping the Business In Mind
Learn to evaluate business and environment changes, support organizational change, improve processes and more
Agenda / Schedule - Time & Activity Management:
Day 1: Create a High Performing Team:
Course Introduction and Walk-Through. Of PMI Choice Digital Portal
Build a Team
Define Team Ground Rules
Negotiate Project Agreements
Empower Team Members and Stakeholders
Train Team Members and Stakeholders
Engage and Support Virtual Teams
Day 2: Create a High Performing Team continued:
Build Shared Understanding about Project
Starting the Project
Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices
Plan and Manage Scope
Plan and Manage Budget and Resources
Plan and Manage Schedule
Day 3: Starting the Project continued:
Plan and Manage Quality of Products and Deliverables
Integrate Project Planning Activities
Plan and Manage Procurement
Establish Project Governance Structure
Plan and Manage Project/Phase Closure
Doing the Work:
Assess and Manage Risks
Execute Project to Deliver Business Value
Day 4: Doing the Work continued:
Create Project Artifacts
Manage Project Issues
Ensure Knowledge Transfer for Project Continuity
Keeping the Team on Track:
Lead a team
Support Team Performance
Address and Remove Impediments, Obstacles and Blockers
Day 5: Keeping the Team on Track Continued:
Collaborate with Stakeholders
Mentor Relevant Stakeholders
Apply Emotional Intelligence to Promote Team Performance
Keeping the Business in Mind:
Manage Compliance Requirements
Evaluate and Deliver Project Benefits and Value
Evaluate and Address Internal and External Business Environment Changes
Empty Continuous Process Improvement
|Event Start Date||10-23-2021|
|Event End Date||11-21-2021|
|Registration Start Date||07-01-2021|
|Cut off date||10-06-2021|
|Individual Price||PMI-CTT Members $1060.00, Non-members $1250.00|
An advocate for education, inclusion, and developing future leaders, Ellie is an engaging educator, coach, trainer, mentor, and change agent. Ellie incorporates a risk mindset in developing strategic plans, leading projects, programs and portfolios, and teaches others skills in all aspects of being a leader in today’s era. Ellie actively engages in the community of practice as a sought-out speaker/panellist, and is energized in collaborating and actively building relationships to achieve business and educational objectives
Jennifer is a seasoned project management professional and an award-winning instructor. She has taught 300+ students a Master’s Certificate in Project Management and is passionate about life-long learning and sharing the craft with others to further the profession and student goals. Jennifer’s experience running projects and managing change, establishing project management offices, and working across industries and methodologies (Predictive, Agile and Hybrid), allows her to enrich student learning experiences, sharing relevant examples across diverse audiences.
Peter Monkhouse is the co-founder of NewGenP, a training and consulting. Peter teaches project management courses at Ryerson, University of Toronto, and University of Calgary. Peter has actively led projects and project managers in the areas of education, consulting, engineering, information technology, health, and organizational change for multinational organizations. Peter has been an active volunteer with PMI for 25 years including serving on the PMI Board of Directors and Chair of the 2012 PMI Board.
Lynn Shannon, B.Ed., Dip. Sp.Ed., PMP, PBA, DASM, DASSM has over 30 years project management experience working for major Canadian organizations. Lynn served on the Board of PMI Toronto, is a Past President, and has held several global volunteer roles within PMI. She has presented at conferences all over North America and Europe. Currently Lynn is involved in professional training. An experienced instructor, she has taught with PMIT, Ryerson, Centennial College and the University of Toronto.
Nadine is a PMP and graduate of the Yale School of Management Executive Education Women's Leadership Program. She is a Leader with decades of experience successfully implementing projects and proudly coaching global, cross-functional teams. Nadine has significant experience in training delivery and PMP exam prep content. She is fluent in Spanish and passionate to support the development of project management and leadership skills for those who have a limitless thirst for their own self-development.
Joanna is Co-Founder of NewGenP and co-author of the bestselling book, Gen P: New Generation of Product Owners Who Care About Customers. She has led successful transformation initiatives in Financial Services for the last 15+ years in Europe, Mexico and the Caribbean. She teaches for the University of Toronto, she is a board member for Product Owner Toronto and speaker to various events, including projectmanagement.com.
Frank has over 34 years public sector experience with Industry Canada, Treasury Board and Foreign Affairs Canada plus, following his retirement, a further 16 years of consulting and training experience. He holds the PMP, PMI-RMP, PRINCE2 Practitioner and Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP) certifications. He is also a PMI-certified PMP Exam Prep Instructor and a certified PRINCE2 Instructor. Frank has a Masters in Public Administration from Carleton University and a Bachelors from Laurentian University.