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Slide 1: DE PAUl UNIVERSItY P R O j E C t M A N AG E M E N t CONtINUING AND PROfESSIONAl EDUCAtION 2010/2011 PROGRAM AND COURSE GUIDE
Slide 2: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Project management has a direct impact on an organization’s strategic success, so it’s not surprising that the project management process has received increasing attention in recent years. Project management is now widely seen not just as marshalling organizational resources for operations, but also as guiding all of a company’s significant changes. Because of the growing scope and complexity of projects, top organizations now want their employees to be certified in project management. Management Development Center
Slide 3: What our students say... “i found the project management program to be challenging as well as enlightening. My instructor’s creative teaching abilities have made this a very valuable experience for me. As a result of her willingness to share her project management experiences with her class, i now have a deeper appreciation for the profession of project management.” –Michele Davis PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTifiCATE PROGRAM This certificate program helps professionals further their understanding of what it takes to lead a project to a successful completion—functional skills, communications abilities, and leadership. Students who earn the Project Management Certificate often go on to become certified Project Management Professionals (PMP®) and holders of the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) qualification. Who Should Attend This program benefits managers or team members of projects in a variety of fields, including: n Administration n Construction n Consulting n Customer Service n Education n Financial Services n Government n Healthcare n Human Resources n Information Technology n Law n Purchasing n Supply Chain Management n Training How You Will Benefit These two 10-week courses immerse students in the lifecycle of a typical project: The first 10 weeks address project initiation and planning; the second 10 weeks focus on executing, monitoring, controlling, and closing a project. Based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), the Project Management Certificate Program educates professionals in the best and common practices in project management. Lectures, classroom discussions, and team activities prepare students to advance their careers, regardless of the field. Participants learn critical tools and techniques to improve performance and understand how to integrate the essential functions of project management, particularly: n Scope Definition and Control n Time (Scheduling) n Cost (Budgeting) n Quality Management n Human Resource Management n Communication n Risk Identification n Procurement and Contract Administration n Professional and Social Responsibility Online Option ® PMI, PMP, CAPM, PMBOK and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. For students who seek maximum flexibility, this program is now available online. Students receive timely guidance from their instructor and can engage the material in multiple ways. COntinuing EduCAtiOn CrEditS Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) are nationally recognized units that signify post-secondary studies ineligible for traditional academic credit. Employers, re-licensing agencies, and other entities use CEUs to record hours of instruction required for career advancement. Each 10 hours of class time equals one CEU credit. induStrY-SpECifiC CrEditS Project Management Professionals (PMP®) can earn professional development units (PDUs) toward license renewal by taking these courses and seminars. Each contact hour equals one Category 3 PDU. Licensed professionals in other fields may qualify to earn CE credits as well, depending on the requirements of licensing bodies. cpe.depaul.edu/mdc | 1
Slide 4: What our students say... “The DePaul Project Management Certificate Program provided me with expertise in project management that i was able to immediately apply to my career. The teaching staff used their life experiences to provide practical application for real-life situations. The Project Management Certificate, along with the PMP® Exam Review Course, was the foundation for me to obtain my PMP® certification, which has created many professional and personal opportunities.” –Mike truchon, pMp® REQUiRED COURSES prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt – COrE COnCEptS i (project initiation and planning) The Project Management Certificate Program has two parts. In Core Concepts I, you’ll learn about project initiation and planning as presented in the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). The course covers core activities—from preparing a project charter to creating a preliminary scope statement. By the end of Core Concepts I, students can develop a project plan that would be a solid foundation for a successful project. topics include the following: n Project Management Overview n The Project Management Context n Stakeholder Management n Triple Constraint n Project Identification n Project Management Processes and Integration Management n Proposals, Initiation, and Charter n Scope Management and Planning n Time Management n Cost Management n Quality Management n Human Resource Management n Communication Management n Risk Management n Procurement Management n Integration and Plan Development prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt – COrE COnCEptS ii (Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing) In Core Concepts II—the second half of the Project Management Certificate Program—you continue to use the PMBOK® Guide to learn the “how to” of project execution, monitoring and control, and closing. The class covers fundamental project management methodologies. How does a manager keep a project on track? What should be done if it’s falling behind schedule or going over budget? Students learn about earned value management, change control processes, and quality assurance and control, while getting hands-on experience using classic project management tools and techniques, such as control charts, histograms, cash flow diagrams, and risk monitoring and control processes. In this course, you’ll also learn the essentials of leadership, team-building, negotiation, and communication—those “people” skills required to interact with team members, stakeholders, and project sponsors. Through a case-study approach, you’ll apply what you’ve learned in the management of a hypothetical project. By the end of the program, you will have gained a thorough understanding of the basic concepts covered by the Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) certification exams. topics include the following: n Project Risk Management n Project Communications Management n Contracts and Procurement Management n Team Development and Effectiveness n Project Management and Leadership n Managing Project and Project Teams n Customer Relationship Management n Professional Responsibility PMP® EXAM REViEW The PMP® Exam Review is designed to prepare project management students for the PMP® and CAPM® certification exams. This 10-week course offers a comprehensive review of each of the nine project management knowledge areas and five process groups, as defined in the PMBOK® Guide. The course delivers a complete understanding of exam expectations and prepares students to think in terms of PMi®’s standards of best practices. prerequisite Formal project management training, such as the DePaul Project Management Certificate Program, or completion of a self-study program and familiarity with the PMBOK® Guide are required. How You Will Benefit The instructor guides students through the PMP® application process and through each chapter of the PMBOK® Guide. The class also reviews the Professional Code of Conduct as addressed in the exam and clarifies all expectations for the exam. 2 | cpe.depaul.edu/mdc
Slide 5: EASY WAYS tO rEgiStEr: REGiSTRATiON fORM MAnAgEMEnt dEvElOpMEnt CEntEr 2010/2011 prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt CErtifiCAtE prOgrAMS Name Home Address Home Phone Employer Business Address Business Phone Preferred mailing address: Preferred email address: How did you hear about us: o Home o Home o o o o City Home Email Date of Birth State Zip Online: Mail in: cpe.depaul.edu/mdc DePaul University, CPE 1 East Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604-2216 Walk in: 14 East Jackson Blvd., Suite 1010 fax registration form to: Title City Business Email o Business o Business o Print Ad o Direct Mail o Word of Mouth o Employer o Professional Organization/Association o Bachelors Degree o Masters Degree o Professional Degree o Doctoral Degree State fax Zip (312) 362-8764 Call: (312) 362-6300 Email Internet Search CPE Event Other Highest level of education: o High School/GED o Associates Degree o Other School previously attended: PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTifiCATE PROGRAMS dAtES prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt Core Concepts i o 09/27/10 - 12/06/10† o 09/28/10 - 12/07/10† o 09/29/10 - 12/08/10† o 09/30/10 - 12/09/10† o 0 2 /2 1 /1 1 - 04/25/11 o 02/22/11 - 04/26/11 o 02/23/11 - 04/27/11 o 02/24/11 - 04/28/11 Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays O’Hare Naperville Loop Lake County Loop O’Hare Lake County Naperville O’Hare Naperville Loop Lake County Loop O’Hare Lake County Naperville 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks 10 weeks $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 $1800 dAYS CAMpuS tiMES durAtiOn COSt Core Concepts ii o 0 1 / 1 0 / 1 1 - 03/14/11 o 0 1 / 1 1 / 1 1 - 03/15/11 o 0 1 / 1 2 / 1 1 - 03/16/11 o 0 1 / 1 3 / 1 1 - 03/17/11 o 0 5/ 1 6/ 1 1 - 08/01/11† o 0 5/ 1 7/ 1 1 - 07/26/11† o 0 5/ 1 8 /1 1 - 07/27/11† o 0 5/1 9/1 1 - 07/28/11† All registrations are due seven calendar days before the course start date. Any registration submitted after that deadline will be charged a mandatory $75.00 late registration fee. Students not registering online will receive a confirmation and receipt by mail within five business days of the date DePaul receives the registration. If you do not receive a confirmation, contact our office at (312) 362-6300. Written notification of cancellation is required seven calendar days before the course start date to receive a full refund (minus a $75.00 cancellation fee). DePaul’s complete registration and student policies can be found on our website at cpe.depaul.edu. We reserve the right to substitute instructors, change the day and location that programs meet, and cancel programs due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen events. OnlinE prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt Core Concepts i o 09/20/10 - 12/06/10** o 02/14/ 11 - 04/25/11** 24/7 24/7 24/7 24/7 Online Online Online Online $2000 $2000 $2000 $2000 Core Concepts ii o 0 1 / 1 0/ 1 1 - 03/14/11** o 05/ 16/ 11 - 07/25/11** † Holiday. No class the week of Thanksgiving or July 4th. Memorial Day observed by Monday classes. ** Includes text books. PM2011B cpe.depaul.edu/mdc | 3
Slide 6: PMP EXAM REViEW COURSE fOr MOrE infOrMAtiOn: For questions regarding the Management Development Center Certificate Programs and Courses, contact: Eilish McDonagh Program Manager (312) 362-5295 emcdonag@depaul.edu For information about these and other DePaul CPE courses, visit our website at cpe.depaul.edu dAtES pMp® EXAM rEviEW o 10/12/10 - 12/14/10*† o 04/13/11 - 06/15/11** Tuesdays Wednesdays O’Hare Loop 6:00pm - 9:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm 10 weeks 10 weeks $1295 $1295 dAYS CAMpuS tiMES durAtiOn COSt † Holiday. No class the week of Thanksgiving or July 4th. Memorial Day observed by Monday classes. * Mandatory orientation 09/28/10 from 6:00pm - 7:00pm @ O’Hare Campus. ** Mandatory orientation 03/30/11 from 6:00pm - 7:00pm @ Loop Campus. MiCROSOfT® OffiCE PROJECT 2007 dAtES o 10/19/10 - 12/14/10*† dAYS Tuesdays CAMpuS O’Hare tiMES 6:00pm - 9:00pm durAtiOn COSt 10 weeks $1295 † Holiday. No class the week of Thanksgiving. * Mandatory orientation 10/12/10 from 6:00pm - 7:00pm @ O’Hare Campus. PROJECT MANAGEMENT SEMiNARS CAMpuS lOCAtiOnS lake County – uClC 1200 University Center Drive Grayslake, IL 60030 (847) 665-4000 dAtES dAYS CAMpuS tiMES durAtiOn COSt AdvAnCEd prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt Social Media for the project Manager o 10/22/10 o 10/29/10 o 10/30/10 o 11/06/10 Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Friday Saturday Loop Loop O’Hare Naperville O’Hare O’Hare 9:00am - 5:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day 1 day $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350 introduction to Cloud Computing Essential Skills for project Managers project risk Management program Management o 11/12/10 o 11/13/10 loop Campus 1 East Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 362-6300 naperville Campus 150 Warrenville Road Naperville, IL 60563 (630) 548-9378 Agile project Management PAYMENT METHOD (payment must be received at the time of registration) o Check (payable to DePaul University CPE) o Visa Account Number Expiration Date Name as it appears on the card Signature Payment may be made by check, ViSA, Master Card, Discover, American Express or money order. Cash will not be accepted. Payment must be received at the time of registration. Checks should be made payable to DePaul University CPE and reference the student’s name. University policy requires a $25.00 Non-Sufficient funds (NSf) fee to be charged for all returned checks. O’Hare Campus Triangle Plaza 8770 West Bryn Mawr Avenue Chicago, IL 60631 (312) 476-3600 o MasterCard o Discover o American Express cpe.depaul.edu/mdc
Slide 7: What our students say... “The project management program at DePaul prepared me for the PMP® certification. The instructor was able to provide the class with real-world business cases and study methods, which were fundamental to passing the exam. in addition to reviewing exam topics, the students were taught best practices on how to study for the exam, and the instructor motivated each student to achieve his goal of becoming a PMP®.” –ken Cygan, pMp® ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT SEMiNARS DePaul’s Management Development Center offers a series of one-day advanced seminars designed to improve your project management skills and further your professional development. Each seminar provides seven Category 3 PDUs. New topics will be added throughout the year. Check our website for updates. AgilE prOjECt MAnAgEMEnt Embrace risk and increase the probability of your projects’ success with Agile Project Management. You’ll learn the benefits of this new approach that focuses on value management, continuous customer interaction and feedback, rapid structured decision making, visual performance reporting and the power of teams. prOgrAM MAnAgEMEnt Program Management can deliver value to your organization by optimizing or integrating costs, schedules and effort. Use this seminar to examine your roles and responsibilities so you can ensure your organization derives the intended benefits from its project investments. ESSEntiAl SkillS fOr prOjECt MAnAgErS Being a Project Manager can be overwhelming. This seminar highlights and reinforces the most essential skills used daily in project management, including critical thinking, problem solving, decision making and negotiation. prOjECt riSk MAnAgEMEnt Explore the processes of risk management, which includes risk planning, identification, analysis, response, monitoring and control. You’ll gain insight and tools needed to identify and manage risk for successful project completion. intrOduCtiOn tO ClOud COMputing Cloud Computing is growing as an attractive alternative to traditional on-premise computing. This course explores the definition, evolution, economics, advantages and challenges of cloud computing, and its relevance in today’s business and technological environments. SOCiAl MEdiA fOr tHE prOjECt MAnAgEr Learn how to provide leadership and support for social media initiatives in your organization, as well as how to incorporate social media into your projects and prepare for the impact of social media in your own career development. MiCROSOfT® OffiCE PROJECT 2007 This course will enhance your ability to conceive and execute project plans using Microsoft® Office Project 2007. Over the eight-week session, you will learn to use the software to create and define projects; work with estimates and dependencies; apply deadlines, constraints and task calendars; manage and analyze use of resources; predict behavior with task types and the scheduling formula; customize and format views; track progress; create project reports; and supervise multiple projects. Who Should Attend Professionals who schedule, estimate, coordinate, control, budget and staff projects and anyone who supports other users of Microsoft® Office Project will benefit from the knowledge and skills delivered in this course. Participants should bring a familiarity with key project management concepts and terminology as well as basic skills navigating Windows. laptop required for participation. textbook included. cpe.depaul.edu/mdc | 5
Slide 8: 1 EAST JACKSON BOULEVARD CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60604-2216 Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 7366 Chicago, Illinois AddrESS SErviCE rEQuEStEd MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT CENTER in today’s rapidly changing business world, having a competitive edge is imperative for achieving success. individuals and organizations must continually improve their management skills and capabilities. DePaul University’s Management Development Center, a leading provider of innovative management programs for more than two decades, can help both individuals and organizations acquire new skills and enhance existing knowledge. Our programs include both open-enrollment and customized on-site courses covering a variety of traditional and emerging business topics. MdC programs n Basic Management Skills n Business Architecture n Mastering Innovation n MBA Primer n MBA Primer Healthcare Management n Purchasing and Supply Management n Resilient Leadership n Six Sigma Green Belt n Supply Chain Management n Sustainability in Business CONtINUING AND PROfESSIONAl EDUCAtION visit Our Website For online registration and course information, please visit our website: cpe.depaul.edu/mdc program Contact Eilish McDonagh – Program Manager (312) 362-5295 emcdonag@depaul.edu Customized Onsite learning Solutions For those organizations wishing to increase the knowledge and skills of their employees, DePaul’s Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) offers customized on-site learning solutions through Custom Programs and On-Site Services.

   
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