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Crisis Centre

Project Management


These two one-day courses are designed for those who are, or who have been, involved in a project and who require the key techniques and process to run a successful project. The Management Development Centre's, “Fundamentals of Project Management” introduces the key skills as designed by the “Body of Knowledge” (PMBOK) by the Project Management Institute and the “Running a Successful Project” workshop will enhance those topics and will build awareness of the applications and leadership plans specifically applicable to  your project team.


  • Fall 2018

    Fundamentals of Project Management                           Tuesday November 20, 2018
    Running a Successful Project                                        Tuesday, December 4, 2018    

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  • Winter 2019

    Fundamentals of Project Management                           Wednesday, February 28, 2019
    Running a Successful Project                                        Thursday, March 28, 2019    

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  • Develop a workable, editable plan
  • Integrate and understand the five phases of project management
  • Utilize PMI, PERT, Critical Path, Gantt charts
  • Understand where projects can fail
  • Learn risk and scope
  • Plan for emergencies and contingencies
  • Demonstrate leadership and encourage productive participation
  • Understand budget and resource allocation
  • Learn how to estimate time and cost
  • Maintain control of your project plan through the use of project management tools as well as the newest social media applications.

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  • Advanced project planning and control: best practices and case studies
  • Project Management applications: Microsoft Project and online collaborative environments.
  • Earned Value Analysis and Cost Benefit Analysis: assessing the progress and value of a project
  • Costing, Budgeting and Cost Reduction
  • Communication and Collaboration techniques
  • Estimation techniques
  • Risk Management
  • Resource Allocation and Leveling
  • Leadership techniques
  • Qualifying Progress internally: how to rate the “doneness of tasks”
  • Dealing with Scope Creep
  • Crisis Management
  • Rescuing projects
  • Reporting, Diarizing and other essential “paperwork”

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Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Fee: $450 (+HST) per course
Location: UOIT North campus location 

Parking and Meal Voucher/ Day - Included in Registration Fee

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