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Project Management Essentials: One Day to Better Projects

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Want to learn the basics for managing a project and not certain where to start?


An upcoming low-cost, 1-day training in Canton will be open for anyone wanting to explore Project Management fundamentals or who needs a refresher for the basics of project management. "Project Management Essentials: One Day to Better Projects" with Jack Nevinson, PMP is an interactive course provides the tools that participants need to develop and manage a project from inception to conclusion.


WHO WILL BENEFIT: This course provides valuable skills, tools and techniques for anyone who manages a project in manufacturing, financial services, high tech, health care, or the bio-tech industries.


KEY BENEFITS TO PARTICIPANTS:
• Understanding of the roles of project manager and the project team
• Ability to generate sound estimates of the effort and duration of current projects
• Ability to create a reliable project plan including Work Breakdown Structure
• Ability to identify project risks and communicate progress towards your goals


The Professional Development Collaborative, Inc. is a non-profit education and training center for professionals in transition who are seeking to advance their skill sets and utilize their expertise in a professional setting. 


PRESENTER:  Jack Nevison is founder and President of New Leaf Project Management. He is the author of six books and is a contributor to the original 1996 edition of The PMBOK® Guide. He has designed several interactive games (Herding Cats©, Stays & Days©, and QPM©) to enhance the mastery of PM skills, speaks and writes regularly on topics of interest to project managers and is a past president of the Mass Bay Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®).  He may be reached at jmn@newleafpm.com


For more information on this and other low-cost technical and soft-skills trainings, go to http://www.PDCBoston.org. Courses are offered by Professional Development Collaborative, a nonprofit org. based in Belmont, with
trainings held in Canton.

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