The Advanced Project Management Collection – 17 Course Bundle

£3,199.00

If you want to rise straight to the top of the Project Management sector, then this collection is for you.

Our 17 Course Bundle includes all the most valued certifications in Project Management, such as Six Sigma, PMI and many more, as well as many general Project Management training courses covering everything you will ever need to know about project management.

If you want to rise straight to the top of the Project Management sector, then this collection is for you.

Our 17 Course Bundle includes all the most valued certifications in Project Management, such as Six Sigma, PMI and many more, as well as many general Project Management training courses covering everything you will ever need to know about project management.

Project Management was one of the fastest growing fields last year and is expected to gain more popularity in the years to come. The national average for salaries with these certifications is over £100k per year!

So, take the first step in achieving your goals and enrol today!

What’s included in this Course Bundle?

This collection contains 17 in-depth courses to help you kick-start your career in Project Management or progress your career to the next level. It includes:

  • PMI Risk Management Professional
  • Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
  • Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®
  • Certified Scrum Master (CSM)
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Six Sigma Green Belt Bundle
  • Six Sigma Black Belt Bundle
  • Certificate In Change Management
  • Certificate In Six Sigma: Entering The Dojo
  • Certificate In Performance Management: Managing Employee Performance
  • Certificate In Certificate In Organizational Skills Online Course
  • Certificate In Getting Stuff Done: Personal Development Boot Camp
  • Certificate In Advanced Project Management
  • Certificate In Project Management Fundamentals
  • Certificate In Intermediate Project Management
  • Certificate In Project Management Training: Understanding Project Management
  • Certificate In Project Planning: All You Need to Know

After completing these courses your skill set will be much larger and you will have mastered various aspects of Project Management through a learning program specifically designed to help you learn at your own pace. In each of the courses there will be various modules you can stop and start from at your own leisure so you will be able to learn in your own time at a speed that suits you.

For anyone in a Project Management role, do not give this collection a miss.

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Modules

Course 1 – PMI Risk Management Professional

Module 1: Introduction1.1 Introduction
1.2 Overview ­Part 1
1.3 Overview­ Part 2
1.4 Overview­ Part 3
1.5 Overview­ Part 4
1.6 Overview­ Part 5Module 2: Risk Management Concepts2.1 Risk Definition And Project Risk Management­ Part 1
2.2 Risk Definition And Project Risk Management ­Part 2
2.3 Critical Success Factors For Project Risk Management
2.4 Overall And Individual Risks ­Roles And Responsibilities

Module 3: Risk Management Environment

3.1 Organizational Risk Attitudes
3.2 Organizational Structures
3.3 Stakeholder Identification And Analysis
3.4 Stakeholder Risk Tolerances And Risk Attitudes

Module 4: Project Definition

4.1 Defining The Project And Project Management Plan
4.2 Scope Management­ Part 1
4.3 Scope Management­ Part 2
4.4 Scope Management ­Part 3
4.5 Schedule Management­ Part 1
4.6 Schedule Management­ Part 2
4.7 Schedule Management ­Part 3
4.8 Cost Management­ Part 1
4.9 Cost Management ­Part 2
4.10 Quality Management

Module 5: Risk Management Planning

5.1 Risk Management Planning
5.2 Critical Success Factors

Module 6: Risk Identification

6.1 Risk Identification
6.2 Project Scope Risk
6.3 Project Schedule Risk
6.4 Resource Risk
6.5 Tools And Techniques ­Part 1
6.6 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2
6.7 Tools And Techniques­ Part 3
6.8 Tools And Techniques ­Part 4

Module 7: Qualitative Risk Analysis

7.1 Qualitative Risk Analysis
7.2 Tools And Techniques ­Part 1
7.3 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2

Module 8: Quantitative Risk Analysis

8.1 Quantitative Risk Analysis
8.2 Tools And Techniques ­Part 1
8.3 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2
8.4 Tools And Techniques­ Part 3

Module 9: Risk Response Planning

9.1 Risk Response Planning
9.2 Risk Responses
9.3 Negative And Positive Risk Responses
9.4 Tools And Techniques­ Part 1
9.5 Tools And Techniques­ Part 2
9.6 Results

Module 10: Risk Monitoring And Controlling

10.1 Risk Monitoring And Controlling
10.2 Tools And Techniques
10.3 Conclusion

Course 2 – Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)

Module 1: The ITIL Qualification Scheme1.1 Intro
1.2 About Scheme
1.3 Levels Of Qualifications
1.4 Qualification Bodies
1.5 The ITIL Foundation Certification StubbleModule 2: Introduction to Service Management2.1 Service And Service Management ­Part 1
2.2 Service And Service Management ­Part 2
2.3 Service Management Processes­ Part 1
2.4 Service Management Processes­ Part 2

2.5 Service Management Best Practices And Summary

Module 3: ITIL® and the Service Lifecycle

3.1 Service Management Practices
3.2 Why ITIL®
3.3 The Service Lifecycle

Module 4: Service Strategy

4.1 Service Strategy Purpose And Objectives
4.2 Service Strategy Scope
4.3 Business Value Stubble
4.4 Key Principles ­Part 1
4.5 Key Principles­ Part 2
4.6 Service Stragey Processes

Module 5: Service Design

5.1 Service Design Purpose And Objectives
5.2 Scope Of Service Design
5.3 Business Value Service Design
5.4 Service Design Key Principles
5.5 Service Design Processes­ Part 1
5.6 Service Design Processes ­Part 2
5.7 Service Design Processes­ Part 3
5.8 Service Design Processes ­Part 4

Module 6: Service Transition

6.1 Service Transition Purpose And Objectives
6.2 Service Transition Scope And Business Value
6.3 Service Transition Key Principles
6.4 Service Transition Processes ­Part 1
6.5 Service Transition Processes­ Part 2
6.6 Service Transition Processes­ Part 3
6.7 Service Transition Processes­ Part 4

Module 7: Service Operation

7.1 Intro To Service Operation
7.2 Service Operation Basic Concepts
7.3 Service Operation Processes ­Part 1
7.4 Service Operation Processes­ Part 2
7.5 Service Operation Access Management
7.6 Service Operation Functions

Module 8: Continual Service Improvement

8.1 Continual Service Improvement Purpose Objectives AndScope
8.2 Continual Service Improvement Key Principles
8.3 Continual Service Improvement Processes

Module 9: Service Management Technology

9.1 SMT
9.2 SMT Service Automation
9.3 SMT Service Analytics

Module 10: How it all Fits Together

10.1 How It All Fits Together
10.2 Outro

Course 3 – Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®

Module 1: Overview1.1 Overview-Part 1
1.2 Overview-Part 2
1.3 Overview-Part 3
1.4 IntroductionModule 2: Organizational Influences and Project Life Cycle2.1 Organizational Structures and Process-Part 1
2.2 Organizational Structures and Process-Part 2

Module 3: Project Management Process

3.1 Project Management Process-Part 1
3.2 Project Management Process-Part 2
3.3 Project Management Process Questions

Module 4: Project Integration Management

4.1 Project Integration Management-Part 1
4.2 Project Integration Management-Part 2
4.3 Project Integration Management-Part 3
4.4 Project Integration Management Questions

Module 5: Project Scope Management

5.1 ProjectScopeManagement
5.2 Define Scope
5.3 Create WBS
5.4 Validate Scope
5.5 Project Scope Management Questions

Module 6: Project Time Management

6.1 Project Time Management-Part 1
6.2 Project Time Management-Part 2
6.3 Project Time Management-Part 3
6.4 Project Time Management-Part 4
6.5 Project Time Management-Part 5
6.6 Develop Schedule-Part 1
6.7 Develop Schedule-Part 2
6.8 Develop Schedule-Part 3
6.9 Develop Schedule-Part 4
6.10 Develop Schedule-Part 5
6.11 Develop Schedule Questions

Module 7: Project Cost Management

7.1 Project Cost Management-Part 1
7.2 Project Cost Management-Part 2
7.3 Project Cost Management-Part 3
7.4 Project Cos tManagement-Part 4
7.5 Project Cost Management-Part 5
7.6 Project Cost Management Questions

Module 8: Project Quality Management

8.1 Project Quality Management-Part 1
8.2 Project Quality Management-Part 2
8.3 Project Quality Management-Part 3
8.4 Project Quality Management-Part 4
8.5 Project Quality Management Questions

Module 9: Project Human Resource Management

9.1 Project Human Resource Management-Part 1
9.2 Project Human Resource Management-Part 2
9.3 Project Human Resource Management-Part 3
9.4 Project Human Resource Management Questions

Module 10: Project Communications Management

10.1 Project Communications Management-Part 1
10.2 Project Communications Management-Part 2
10.3 Project Communications Management Questions

Module 11: Project Risk Management

11.1 Project Risk Management-Part 1
11.2 Project Risk Management-Part 2
11.3 Project Risk Management-Part 3
11.4 Project Risk Management-Part 4
11.5 Project Risk Management-Part 5
11.6 Project Risk Management-Part 6
11.7 Project Risk Management-Part 7
11.8 Project Risk Management Questions

Module 12: Project Procurement Management

12.1 Project Procurement Management-Part 1
12.2 Project Procurement Management-Part 2
12.3 Project Procurement Management-Part 3
12.4 Project Procurement Management-Part 4
12.5 Project Procurement Management-Part 5
12.6 Project Procurement Management Questions

Module 13: Project Stakeholder Management

13.1 Project Stakeholder Management-Part 1
13.2 Project Stakeholder Management-Part 2
13.3 Project Stakeholder Management Questions

Module 14: Professional Responsibility

14.1 Professional Responsibility

Module 15: Preparing For Exam

15.1 Preparing For Exam
15.2 Outro

Course 4 – Certified Scrum Master (CSM)

Module 1: Development Methods1.1 Introduction To Certified Scrum Master
1.2 Development MethodsModule 2: Agile Manifesto Principles2.1 Agile Manifesto Principles

Module 3: Scrum

3.1 Scrum
3.2 Scrum Summary

Module 4: Why Scrum

4.1 Why Scrum

Module 5: Scrum-Roles Overview

5.1 Scrum-Roles Overview

Module 6: Product Owner

6.1 Product Owner

Module 7: Scrum Master

7.1 Scrum Master

Module 8: Scrum Team

8.1 Scrum Team

Module 9: Scrum Process

9.1 Scrum Process

Module 10: Scrum Project Phase

10.1 Scrum Project Phase

Module 11: Plan and Estimate

11.1 Plan and Estimate

Module 12: Implement

12.1 Implement

Module 13: Review and Retrospect

13.1 Review and Retrospect

Module 14: Release

14.1 Release

Module 15: Project Vision

15.1 Project Vision

Module 16: Scrum Master and Stake Holder(s)

16.1 Scrum Master and Stake Holders

Module 17: Form Scrum Team

17.1 Form Scrum Team

Module 18: Develop Epics

18.1 Develop Epics

Module 19: User Stories

19.1 User Stories

Module 20: Justifications and Sample Change(s)

20.1 Justifications and Sample Changes

Module 21: Creating a Prioritized Backlog

21.1 Creating a Prioritized Backlog

Module 22: Conduct Release Planning

22.1 Conduct Release Planning

Module 23: Sprints

23.1 Sprints

Module 24: Scrum Framework

24.1 Scrum Framework – Part 1 Roles
24.2 Scrum Framework – Part 2 Ceremonies
24.3 Scrum Framework – Part 3 Artifacts

Module 25: Scrum of Scrums

25.1 Scrum of Scrums

Module 26: Scrum Demo

26.1 Scrum Demo

Module 27: Review

27.1 Review
27.2 Outro

Course 5 – Project Management Professional (PMP)

Module 1 – Introduction To PMPModule 2 – FrameworkModule 3 – Project Integration Management

Module 4 – Project Stakeholder Management

Module 5 – Project Scope Management

Module 6 – Project Schedule Management

Module 7 – Project Cost Management

Module 8 – Project Quality Management

Module 9 – Project Resource Management

Module 10 – Project Communication Management

Module 11 – Project Risk Management

Module 12 – Project Procurement Management

Module 13 – Professional And Social Responsibility

Course 6 – Six Sigma Green Belt

Module 1: Six Sigma And The Organization1.1 Introduction
1.2 Six Sigma And The Organization Goals – Part 1
1.3 Six Sigma And The Organization Goals – Part 2
1.4 Lean Principles In The Organization
1.5 Design For Six SigmaModule 2: Define Phase ­Project Identification2.1 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 1
2.2 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 2
2.3 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 3

Module 3: Define Phase ­Voice Of The Customer

3.1 Define Phase – Voice Of The Customer – Part 1
3.2 Define Phase – Voice Of The Customer – Part 2

Module 4: Define Phase­ Project Management Basics on Six Sigma Green Belt

4.1 Define Phase – Project Management Basics – Part 1
4.2 Define Phase – Project Management Basics – Part 2

Module 5: Define Phase ­Management And Planning Tools

5.1 Define Phase – Management And Planning Tools – Part 1
5.2 Define Phase – Management And Planning Tools – Part 2

Module 6: Define Phase ­Business Results For Projects

6.1 Define Phase – Business Results For Projects – Part 1
6.2 Define Phase – Business Results For Projects – Part 2

Module 7: Define Phase ­Team Dynamics And Define Phase Summary Review Questions

7.1 Define Phase – Team Dynamics And Review Questions
7.2 Define Phase – Summary And Review Questions

Module 8: Measure Phase ­Process Analysis And Documentation

8.1 Measure Phase – Process Analysis And Documentation

Module 9: Measure Phase ­Probability And Statistics

9.1 Measure Phase – Probability And Statistics

Module 10: Measure Phase ­Statistical Distributions

10.1 Measure Phase – Statistical Distributions

Module 11: Measure Phase ­Collecting And Summarizing Data

11.1 Measure Phase – Collecting And Summarizing Data – Part 1
11.2 Measure Phase – Collecting And Summarizing Data – Part 2

Module 12: Measure Phase ­Measurements System Analysis (MSA)

12.1 Measure Phase – Measurements System Analysis (MSA)

Module 13: Measure Phase ­Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review

13.1 Measure Phase – Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review

Module 14: Analyze Phase ­Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing

14.1 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 1
14.2 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 2
14.3 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 3

Module 15: Analyze Phase Process Drivers

15.1 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 1
15.2 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 2
15.3 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 3
15.4 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 4
15.5 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 5

Module 16: Improve Phase ­Design Of Experiment (DOE)

16.1 Improve Phase – Design Of Experiment (DOE) – Part 1
16.2 Improve Phase – Design Of Experiment (DOE) – Part 2

Module 17: Improve Phase ­Root Cause Analysis

17.1 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Part 1
17.2 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Part 2
17.3 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Demo

Module 18: Improve Phase ­Lean Tools

18.1 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 1
18.2 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 2
18.3 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 3
18.4 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 4

Module 19: Control Phase­ Statistical Process Control

19.1 Control Phase – Statistical Process Control

Module 20: Control Phase ­Lean Tools For Process Control

20.1 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 1
20.2 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 2
20.3 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 3

Module 21: Review Exam ­Prep And Key Concepts

21.1 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 1
21.2 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 2
21.3 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 3
21.4 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 4
21.5 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 5
21.6 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 6
21.7 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 7
21.8 Exam Review – Flash Cards
21.9 Conclusion

Course 7 – Six Sigma Black Belt

Module 1: Organisation­ – Wide Planning and Deployment1.1 Introduction
1.2 Wide Planning And Deployment – Part 1
1.3 Wide Planning And Deployment – Part 2
1.4 Wide Planning And Deployment – Part 3Module 2: Leadership2.1 Leadership – Part 1
2.2 Leadership – Part 2

Module 3: Organizational Process Measures and Management

3.1 Organizational Process Measures And Management – Part 2
3.2 Organizational Process Measures And Management – Part 1

Module 4: Team Management

4.1 Team Management – Part 1
4.2 Team Management – Part 2
4.3 Team Management – Part 3
4.4 Team Management – Part 4

Module 5: Define Phase­ – Overview of the Define Phase and the Voice of the Customer

5.1 Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer – Part 1
5.2 Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer – Part 2
5.3 Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer – Part 3

Module 6: Define Phase – Business Case and Project Charter

6.1 Business Case And Project Charter – Part 1
6.2 Business Case And Project Charter – Part 2

Module 7: Define Phase­ – Analytical Tools

7.1 Analytical Tools

Module 8: Measure Phase­ – Process Analysis and Documentation

8.1 Process Analysis And Documentation – Part 1
8.2 Process Analysis And Documentation – Part 2
8.3 Process Analysis And Documentation – Part 3

Module 9: Measure Phase­ – Data Collection

9.1 Data Collection

Module 10: Measure Phase – ­Measurement Systems

10.1 Measurement Systems – Part 1
10.2 Measurement Systems – Part 2

Module 11: Measure Phase­ – Basic Statistics

11.1 Basic Statistics – Part 1
11.2 Basic Statistics – Part 2

Module 12: Measure Phase­ – Probability

12.1 Probability

Module 13: Measure Phase­ – Process Capability

13.1 Process Capability

Module 14: Analyze Phase – Measuring and Modeling Relationships

14.1 Measuring And Modeling Relationships

Module 15: Analyze Phase­ – Hypothesis Testing

15.1 Hypothesis Testing

Module 16: Analyze Phase­ – FEMA and Additional Analysis Methods

16.1 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 1
16.2 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 2
16.3 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 3
16.4 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 4

Module 17: Improve Phase­ – Design of Experiments (DOE)

17.1 Design Of Experiments – Part 1
17.2 Design Of Experiments – Part 2

Module 18: Improve Phase­ – Lean Method

18.1 Lean Method – Part 1
18.2 Lean Method – Part 2
18.3 Lean Method – Part 3

Module 19: Improve Phase -­ Implementation

19.1 Implementation

Module 20: Control Phase­ – Statistical Process Control (SPC)

20.1 Statistical Process Control

Module 21: Control Phase­ – Other Controls

21.1 Other Controls

Module 22: Control Phase­ – Maintain Controls and Sustain Improvements

22.1 Maintain Controls And Sustain Improvements

Module 23: DFSS

23.1 DFSS

Module 24: Exam Review­ – Prep and Key Concepts

24.1 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 1
24.2 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 2
24.3 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 3
24.4 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 4
24.5 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 5
24.6 Conclusion

Course 8 – Certificate In Change Management

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required.Section One: Getting StartedSection Two: Preparing for Change

Defining Your Strategy
Building the Team and the Six C’s

Section Three: Identifying WIFM

What’s in it for Me?
Building Support

Section Four: Understanding Change

Influences on Change
Common Reactions to Change
Tools to help the Change process

Section Five: Leading and Managing the Change

Preparing and Planning
Delegating
Keep the Lines of Communication Open
Coping with Pushback

Section Six: Obtaining & Maintaining Support

Force Field Analysis
Addressing Concerns and Issues

Section Seven: Making it a Worthwhile Exercise

Leading Status Meetings
Celebrating Successes

Section Eight: Using Appreciative Inquiry

The Four Stages
The Purposes of Appreciative Inquiry
AI Whole System Vs AI Summit
Whole-System Inquiry
The AI Summit

Section Nine: Bringing People to Your Side

Liberation of Power
Facts, Facts, Facts

Section Ten: Building Resilience to Change

Why is It Important?
Five Easy Steps to Increase Resilience

Section Eleven: Flexibility

The Importance of Flexibility?
Five Easy Steps for the Leader and the Individual

Section Twelve: Wrapping Up

Course 9 – Certificate In Six Sigma: Entering The Dojo

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required.Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-AssignmentSession 2: Six Sigma Basics

Introduction
DMAIC and DMADV?

Session 3: Improvement Tools

Check Sheets and Flowcharts, Part 1
Check Sheets and Flowcharts, Part 2
Check Sheets and Flowcharts, Part 3
Check Sheets and Flowcharts, Part 4
Scatter Diagrams and Histograms, Part 1
Scatter Diagrams and Histograms, Part 2
Pareto Analysis
Control Charts
Cause-and-Effect Diagrams
Improvement Tool Activity

Session 4: Management Tools for Generating Ideas

Brainstorming and Affinity Diagrams, Part 1
Brainstorming and Affinity Diagrams, Part 2
Making Connections
Other Idea Generating Techniques, Part 1
Other Idea Generating Techniques, Part 2

Session 5: Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement
How to Carry Out a Six Sigma Continuous Improvement Project, Part 1
How to Carry Out a Six Sigma Continuous Improvement Project, Part 2
Making Connections
Mind Mapping

Session 6: Customer Relationships

Customer Satisfaction
Obtaining Customer Feedback, Part One
Obtaining Customer Feedback, Part Two

A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 10 – Certificate In Performance Management: Managing Employee Performance

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required per course.Continue with your journey towards achieving the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification and jump into the P2 Performance Management course, one of the three units that make up the management level of the higher level CIMA qualification. With an emphasis on managing and improving the decision making process, students will cover four separate modules as part of the course, which will combine to provide an overall mark.What Can I Expect?

With the whole course delivered online, there’s no need to worry about anything other than ensuring your PC is operational and your access to the Internet is unhindered. Over the course of the study period, you will cover a variety of subjects, split into four manageable chunks so that your chance of success is as high as possible. As part of the course, students will focus on pricing and product decisions (30%), cost planning and analysis for competitive advantage (30%), budgeting and management control (20%), and control and performance measurement of responsibility centres (20%). Upon completion, you can continue to the third course within the management level of the CIMA qualification – F2 Financial Management – and move one step closer to your professionally qualified accountancy career.

Set Yourself Apart from Your Competition

It can be difficult to stand above your competition when applying for jobs, with so many people applying for the same positions. Completion of this industry recognised course, and eventual achievement of the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification, will vastly improve your chances of career progression and a bright future as a professional chartered management accountant.

Course 11 – Certificate In Certificate In Organizational Skills

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required per course.Module One – Getting StartedModule Two – Remove the Clutter

Just do it
You dont have to keep everything
Three boxes: Keep, donate and trash
A place for everything and everything in it’s place

Module Three – Prioritize

Write it down
Urgent / Important Matrix
Divide tasks
80/20 rule

Module Four – Scheduling Your Time

Have a master calendar
Setting deadlines
Remove or limit the time wasters
Coping with things outside of your control

Module Five – To Do Lists

Use a day planner
Finish what you start
Focus on the important
Do quick tasks immediately

Module Six – Paper and Paperless Storage

Find a system that works for you
Make it consistent
Make it time sensitive
Setting up archives

Module Seven – Organization in Your Work Area

Keeping items within arm’s reach
Only have current projects on your desk
Arranging your drawers
Organize to match your workflow

Module Eight – Tools to Fight Procrastination

Eat that Frog!
Remove distractions
Give yourself a reward
Break up large tasks

Module Nine – Organizing Your Inbox

Setting delivery rules
Folder and message hierachy
Deal with email right away
Flag and highlight important items

Module Ten – Avoid the Causes of Disorganisation

Keeping everything
Not being consistent
Not following a schedule
Bad habits

Module Eleven – Discipline is the Key to Stay Organised

Stay within your systems
Learn to say No
Have organisiation be part of your life
Plan for tomorrow, today

Module Twelve – Wrapping Up

Course 12 – Certificate In Getting Stuff Done: Personal Development Boot Camp

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required per course.Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-Assignment: Purpose
Pre-Assignment: Steps
Pre-Assignment: ImagesSession 2: Understanding Personal Efficiency

Defining Personal Efficiency
In the Groove
A Holistic Approach
Time Management vs. Personal Productivity

Session 3: Developing the Right Attitude

Useful Skill Sets
Useful Attitudes
Why Multi-Tasking is a Myth

Session 4: Laying the Foundation

Creating a Personal Vision Statement
Step One: Identifying Your Values
Bringing It All Together
Step Three: Put it all Together
Making Connections
Identifying Dreams and Setting Goals
Getting Some Ideas
SPIRIT
Putting it All Together

Session 5: The Building Blocks of a Good Organizational System

Pareto’s Principle
Characteristics of a Good Organizational System
Building a Customizable System

Session 6: Creating the Right Environment

Garbage Out!
Step Two: Make an Action Plan
Step Three: Get Started, Part One
Step Three: Get Started, Part Two
Step Four: Finish the Task
Laying Out Your Workspace, Part One
Laying Out Your Workspace, Part Two
Re-Designing Your Workspace
Setting up a Daily System
Priority Tray
The Incubator
Sample Incubator
Using the Incubator
Using the Incubator Each Day
Setting up a Filing System
Four File Types
Filing Tips
Putting Everything Back Together
Putting it in Action, Part 1

Session 7: Setting up your Virtual Environment

Organizing Electronic Files
Tips and Tricks
Making Your E-Mail Program Work for You
Commit to Your E-mail Program
Take Some Training
Set Up Folders
Schedule Backups and Archives
Automate What You Can
Use Time-Saving Tools
Exploring Applications
Top Applications

Session 8: Setting up Your Information Management Center

Key Components of a System, Part 1
Key Components of a System, Part 2
Case Study: Sarah the Salesperson
Case Study: Walter the Writer
Case Study: Edna the Executive Assistant
Making Connections
Lessons Learned, Part 1
Lessons Learned Part 2

Session 9: Managing Information in Six Easy Steps

GOPHER It!
Processing E-Mail Messages
Digging Donald out of the Hole
Problem One
Problem Two
Problem Three

Session 10: Prioritizing Your Tasks

The Urgent-Important Matrix
Matrix Overview
Quadrant 1: Urgent and Important
Quadrant 2: Important but Not Urgent
Quadrant 3: Urgent but Not Important
Quadrant 4: Not Urgent and Not Important
Putting Tasks in Their Place

Session 11: Saying No

Techniques for Saying No, Part One
Techniques for Saying No, Part Two
Techniques for Saying No, Part Three
Techniques for Saying No, Part Four

Session 12: Creating Routines

Why Routines?
Start of Day Routine
End of Day Routine
Dealing with E-mail

Session 13: Stopping Procrastination Now (Not Later!)

Tackling Procrastination
A Challenge to Change, Part 1
A Challenge to Change, Part 2
A Challenge to Change, Part 3
A Challenge to Change, Part 4

Session 14: Applying Our Lessons at Home

Meals
Exercise
Fun Stuff
Children
Chores
General Organization

Session 15: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 14 – Certificate In Advanced Project Management

Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-AssignmentSession 2: Choosing the Project TeamChoosing the Team
Identifying Possible Candidates
Making it Happen
Tips for Getting the People You Need, Part One
Tips for Getting the People You Need, Part Two
Making the Best of an Assigned Team
Assigning Work
Pre-Assignment Review
Four Issues to Address with Project Teams

Session 3: Building a Winning Team

Why is Teamwork Important?
Maintaining Momentum
Staying Positive
Tips for Building a Winning Team
Summary
The Stages of Team Development

Session 4: Managing Team Meetings

Starting on the Right Foot, Part One
Starting on the Right Foot, Part Two
Summary
Making Committees Work
Tips for Success
Making Connections

Session 5: Easy Ways to Reward Your Team

Top Ten Rewards

Session 6: Developing a Communication Plan

The Five Components
Who
When
Why
What
How
How: Completing the Plan
Tips
A Word about Rumors
Communication Essentials
Case Study
Task Two

Session 7: Communicating with Sponsors and Executives

Communication Excellence
Setting Expectations
Staggering Deliverables
Staying on Track
Meeting Tips and Tricks
Making Connections

Session 8: Dealing with Problem Team Members

Developing Understanding
Mutual Respect
Common Ground
Staying in Control
When to Walk Away
When Things Don’t Work

Session 9: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 15 – Certificate In Project Management Fundamentals

Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-AssignmentSession 2: Defining Projects and Project ManagementWhat is a Project?
Summary
What is Project Management?
Process Groups
Nine Knowledge Areas
Who Are the Key Players?
Example

Session 3: The Role of a Project Manager

Setting Your Sights
Improvement Proposal Form, Part One
Improvement Proposal Form, Part Two
Bringing the Team Together
Key Skill Areas

Session 4: Pre-Assignment Review

Pre-Assignment Review
Planning Questions
Eight Aspects of a Project

Session 5: How Can Projects Help Me?

The Benefits of Projects
Case Study: Mary Marvelous
Question

Session 6: A Projects Life Cycle

The Life Cycle
Phase One: Conceptual
Phase Two: Planning
Phase Three: Execution
Phase Four: Termination
Milestones
Why Do Projects Fail?
How Can My Project Succeed?
Three Ways to End a Project
Stages of a Project

Session 7: Selling a Project

Advice from Tom Peters
Gathering Support for Your Idea
Key Questions
The Priority Matrix
The Priority Matrix, Part One
The Priority Matrix, Part Two
Priority Quadrants, Part One
Priority Quadrants, Part Two

Session 8: Creating a Vision

The Vision Process
Sample Brainstorming Diagram
Defining Objectives
Creating a Vision
Making Connections

Session 9: Project Goals

Setting Goals with SPIRIT
SPIRIT Goals
Two Additional Criteria
Your Projects Goals

Session 10: Using a Target Chart

Creating a Target Chart, Step One
Creating a Target Chart, Step Two
Creating a Target Chart, Step Three
Creating a Target Chart, Step Four

Session 11: Preparing Your Project

Things to Consider, Part One

Session 12: Laying Out the Project

The Statement of Work
Defined Purpose
Statement of Scope
Project Deliverables
Goals and Objectives
SWOT
Cost and Schedule Estimates
List of Stakeholders
Authority Levels
Assumptions and Agreements
The Communication Plan
Individual SOW
Project Planning Worksheet

Session 13: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 16 – Certificate In Intermediate Project Management

Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-AssignmentSession 2: What Really Needs To Be Done?Where Do We Start?
Case Study
Sample Resource List, Part One
Sample Resource List, Part Two
Sample Resource List, Part Three
How Far Do You Go?
Sample Cost List
No One Works For Free!
Petes Cost List

Session 3: The Work Breakdown Structure

About Milestones
About the Work Breakdown Structure
Sample WBS

Session 4: Scheduling Techniques

Preparing a Basic Schedule
Gathering Resources
Formula for Estimating Time
Sample Estimation Table
Other Scheduling Factors
Scheduling Checklist
Planning Tool Options
Activity Scheduling
Planning Tools
Action Planning Worksheets
Milestone Charts
PERT Diagrams, Part One
PERT Diagrams, Part Two
Along the Critical Path
Gantt Charts
Computer-Created Gantt Charts
Creating a Gantt Chart
Network Diagrams
Sample Network Diagram
Five Steps to Create a Network Diagram
Other Things to Know about Network Diagramming, Part One
Other Things to Know about Network Diagramming, Part Two
Tips and Tricks
Flow Charts
Sample Flow Chart

Session 5: Budgeting Tips and Tricks

Budgeting Basics
Estimation Techniques
Gathering Information
Budgeting Challenges
Sample Template
Petes Budget

Session 6: Assessing Project Risks

Understanding Risks
Common Risks
Planning for Risk

Session 7: Preparing the Final Plan

Planning Checklist
Additional Documents
Master Chart Sample

Session 8: Making it Fit

Schedule and Budget Compression
Compressing the Budget
Notes
Case Study
Budget Template

Session 9: The Execution Phase

Key Tasks
Maintaining the Rhythm
The 95% Phenomenon

Session 10: Controlling Changes

A Basic Process
Sample Change Request Form

Session 11: Closing Out a Project

Preparing for Closing
Checklist of Tasks
Lessons Learned

Session 12: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 17 – Certificate In Project Management Training: Understanding Project Management

Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-Assignment
Why a Project?
How Does This Fit Into the Course?
Applying the LearningSession 2: What is a Project?What is a Project?
Definitions of a Project

Session 3: Project Management Basics

What is Project Management?

Session 4: Pre-Assignment Review

Eight Project Categories

Session 5: How Can Projects Help Me?

The Benefits of Projects
Case Study: Mary Marvelous

Session 6: A Projects Life Cycle

The Life Cycle
Phase One
Phase Two
Phase Three
Phase Four
Milestones
Why Do Projects Fail?
Overview of Success Factors
Three Ways to End a Project

Session 7: Selling a Project

Tom Peters
Bringing Ideas Forward
Selling Your Project
The Priority Matrix
Using the Matrix
Priority Quadrants

Session 8: Preparing Your Project

Things to Consider

Session 9: Preparing Your Project

A Project Managers Skills
To Be Completed By Proposer
To Be Completed By Proposers Manager
Bring the Team Together
Key Skills

Session 10: Project Goals

Goals with SPIRIT!
Project Goals
Making Connections

Session 11: Laying Out the Project

The Statement of Work
Defined Purpose
Project Deliverables
To Be Completed By Proposers Manager
Goals and Objectives
SWOT
Cost and Schedule Estimates
List of Stakeholders
Authority Levels
Assumptions and Agreements
The Communication Plan
Individual SOW
Project Planning Worksheet
Time Management
Cost Controls
Results Expected
Approvals
Writing Reports
Four Stages in Report Writing
Basic Formats

Session 12: Project Risks

Risk Tolerance Exercise
About Risks
Reducing Risks
Sources of Risk
Constraints

Session 13: Contingency Planning

Contingency Planning
Components of a Contingency Plan

Session 14: What Really Needs To Be Done?

Beginning to Plan
Preparing a Basic Schedule
Estimating Time
Estimating Time Exercise
Float Time
Scheduling Checklist
Activity Scheduling
Scheduling My Project

Session 15: The Work Breakdown Structure

The Work Breakdown Structure
Sample WBS

Session 16: Planning Tools

Two Basic Tools
Milestone Charts
PERT
PERT Diagrams
Along the Critical Path
Gantt Charts
The Network Diagram
Revealing Workflow
Five Steps to Create a Network Diagram
More About Network Diagrams
Network Diagrams Conclusion
The Flow Chart

Session 17: Budgets

Component Costs
Budget Methods
Making Connections
Costs and Time
Budget Controls

Session 18: Teamwork

Why is Teamwork Important?
Building a Winning Team
Tips for Building a Winning Team

Session 19: Developing Teams

Four Issues to Address with Project Teams
Checklist for Success
Team Development
Forming
Storming
Norming
Performing
Adjourning

Session 20: Teamwork

Introduction
Individual Action Steps

Session 21: Communication Tips

Communicating as Project Manager

Session 22: Closing Out a Project

Closing Smoothly

Session 23: Team Meetings

Coordinating Team Meetings
During the Meeting
Effective Meeting Management
Making Committees Work
Assigning Work

Session 24: Presentation Primer

Project Management Presentation
Presentation Strategies
Speaking with Confidence

Session 25: Project Presentations

Preparation Time
Evaluation Worksheet

Session 26: A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

Course 19 – Certificate In Project Planning: All You Need to Know

Session 1: Course OverviewLearning Objectives
Pre-AssignmentSession 2: Project Management BasicsThe Project Life Cycle
Phase One – Initiating
Phase Two – Planning
Phase Three – Executing
Phase Four – Closing
Monitoring and Controlling
Project Management
The Role of a Project Manager
Key Project Management Skills

Session 3: Beginning the Project Planning

Project Charter
What is a Project Charter?
When do I use a Project Charter?
Climate Change Training Program Exercise
Statement of Work
SOW: Commercial Vegetable Garden

Session 4: The Work Breakdown Structure

Sample WBS
Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
Work Breakdown Structure Exercise

Session 5: Preparing a Basic Schedule

Critical Elements for Success
Gathering Resources
Activity List
Estimating Task Times
Planning and Scheduling Your Garden Project
Tips for Increasing Estimation Accuracy

Session 6: Resource Breakdown Structure

What is a Resource?
Resource Breakdown Structure
Sample Resource Breakdown Structure
Creating the Resource Breakdown Structure
Availability and Skills
Resource Breakdown Structure: Commercial Vegetable Garden

Session 7: Project Planning Worksheet

Planning Worksheet Information
Planning Worksheet

A Personal Action Plan

Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There

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