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Project Management
Scope / Schedule / Cost / Risk Management

Project managers–and those in charge of a project must make decisions that influence project outcomes on a daily basis. Those with fundamental knowledge about project management are more likely to make informed decisions, act quickly and have healthy discussions about their projects with stakeholders.

The goal of this course is to provide Project Managers–and those responsible for projects within their organization with important concepts in project management to develop their competences and capabilities. This training course covers behavioral competencies, as well as technical knowledge and strategic and business management.

All terms and techniques are compatible with the current PM Body of Knowledge.

Cost $2,500
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Mode of Training Virtual Training
Duration 4 days
Program Prerequisite Project Management Fundamentals

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Agenda, Learning Outcome and Audience

Module 1 – Project Scope Management

  1. Plan Scope Management
  2. Collect Requirement
  3. Define Project Scope
  4. Create WBS
  5. Validate Scope
  6. Control Project Scope

Module 2 – Project Schedule Management

  1. Plan Schedule management
  2. Define Activities
  3. Sequence Activities
  4. Estimate Activity Duration
  5. Develop Schedule
  6. Control Schedule

Module 3 – Project Cost Management

  1. Introduction to Project Cost
  2. Estimating and Pricing
  3. The Total Lifecycle Cost
  4. Introduction to Capital Budgeting
  5. The Capital Cost
  6. The Project Cost
  7. Cost Control
  8. Earned Value Management Systems

Module 4 – Project Risk Management

  1. Plan Risk Management
  2. Identify Risk
  3. Perform Qualitative Risk Management
  4. Perform Quantitative Risk Management
  5. Plan Risk Response
  6. Implement Risk Responses
  7. Monitor Risk

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, participants should:

  • Understand the importance of PM in the context of their organization’s culture, strategies and objectives.
  • Have a clear understanding of the project management processes, and knowledge areas and should be able to apply concepts learned on their projects or in their organization.
  • Be able to assess the tools and techniques required for successful project delivery.
  • Be able to build a cohesive team, lead the team and communicate effectively to deliver their projects.
  • Understand stakeholders and their role in project management.
  • Be able to have conversations with consultants / subcontractors about their work effectively. Must be able to talk about cost, schedule, risk management and other knowledge areas in project management.
  • Should be able to pass the Project Management Professional certification.


  • Project and Construction Executives
  • Project Managers
  • Heads of Department
  • Program Managers
  • Project Engineers
  • Professionals who want to take the PMP Certification

Your Instructor

Seth Danquah, PMP, CCP

Mr. Danquah is a certified cost consultant with over 20 years of industry experience. Over the years, Mr. Danquah has worked on numerous projects, including Sacramento International Airport, San Jose Airport and California High Speed Rail.