HELI-EXPO 2013 Professional Education Courses

Project Management

March 3, 2013 | | 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, Level 2
Management Skills Track

 

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Description
Project managers are considered successful when they deliver a quality project on time and within budget. This six-hour investment of time by course attendees will not only save hundreds of hours of frustration but also increase the success of every project. This course will provide attendees with numerous techniques to implement quality planning, effective visual tracking, thorough monitoring, skillful team-building, and to ensure that their next project is a success.

Much like a sea captain, the project manager needs a fully functioning, dedicated, knowledgeable crew to sail successfully through challenging and narrow passages in the eye of a storm. The project manager’s crew — that is, the project team — is responsible for performing specific tasks to remain on course. This seminar will give attendees the tools they need to manage their team and build morale, confidence, and respect in every team member. In addition, managers will learn techniques to reinforce their leadership skills in decision making, quality mentoring, coaching, and cheerleading.

Objective
At the conclusion of the course, attendees will have the necessary knowledge and skills to —

  • Master project planning and organize a project from start to finish
  • Succeed in managing a project without omissions and miscalculations
  • Use proven communication skills to get the cooperation, support, and resources needed
  • Root out in every stage of the project wasted resources – misused time, money, and effort that endanger the project’s success
  • Identify and use indispensible planning and scheduling tools
  • Estimate time and costs with pinpoint accuracy, reducing the risk of costly delays and errors

Instructor
Will be provided by Fred Pryor Seminars and CareerTrack.

Who Should Attend

New and experienced project managers, executives, managers, supervisors, team leaders, team members, and those who are interested in becoming project managers will all benefit from the material covered in this course.

Course Prerequisites
None

Professional Development Credit
None