Become a Project Manager

Study the Project Manager Body of Knowledge and learn what makes a good project manager, a good team leader (not just a manager), and how to manage a team and complete a series of projects. Follow a well-planned, stringently laid out course that will prepare you to be a project manager and get the official Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

  • 5-month long course
  • 232 lessons
  • 5 hours per week
  • 129 hours

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Mission Forecast for Project Managers

Average salary for Project Managers -
High Demand Across All Industries
- Project Management Institute
+33% job growth by 2027
One of the fastest-growing professions - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Landing Zone

Project managers are the lifeblood of any project. They are responsible for organizing teams, creating manageable deadlines, and completing those deadlines. They must work with a wide range of different professionals and know how to communicate with each professional in their “own language” whether that be computer science, economics, or marketing. Project manager positions will open up and the industry will see a 6% growth in the next 3 years, increasing rapidly to 2027.

Mission Objective (Who’s Hiring Right Now)

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Project Manager Overview

Project managers are the leaders of their given project, and as such must take on a significant amount of responsibilities. Project managers must understand the basics of many different fields and be able to understand the challenges that each might face in order to manage well.

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  • + 5-month long course
  • + 5 hours per week, go at your own pace
  • + 232 on-demand lessons
  • + 129 hours of learning materials
  • + Receive a certificate confirming your training
  • + Participate in real-life Virtual Lab projects
  • Take responsibility for the project’s promptness and final condition.
  • Write proposals, cost estimations, and interview potential new hires.
  • Create schedules and keep the team on track.
  • Report the status of each project.
  • Guarantee quality and be able to recognize it.
  • Monitor risks and manage them.

Prepare for Liftoff

PMP Certification 2021 PMBOK 6 (Intermediate)

This lesson discusses Project Schedule Management and how it establishes focused workflows.

Part 4 of 13: Project Schedule Management

The discussion details the pertinent elements that make up a Schedule Management Plan:

  • Schedule Performance Report Format
  • Performance Management Rules
  • Control Thresholds
  • Schedule Model Maintenance
  • Schedule Process Description
  • Schedule Model
  • Accuracy Level
  • Unit of Measure

Learners are made to understand that Project Schedule Management has a strategic advantage.

Part 5 of 13: Project Cost Management

This lesson tackles Project Cost Management. The discussion stresses its importance and why it is considered one of the pillars of Project Management no matter the industry it is contextualized in.

This lesson also discusses the Four Steps in Project Cost Management:

  1. Project Resource Planning
  2. Cost Estimation
  3. Cost Budgeting
  4. Cost Control

Part 6 of 13: Project Quality Management

This lesson defines Project Quality Management. This lesson defines the term "quality" in the context of Project Quality Management through the following concepts:

  • Validation
  • Verification
  • Precision
  • Accuracy
  • Tolerance

The lesson also tackles the elements that make Project Quality Management effective.

Part 7 of 13: Project Resource Management

This lesson discusses Project Resource Management. The lesson tackles the resources that Project Managers have to take into account like Finances, Staffing, Space and Rooms, Equipment, and Technology, etc.

The discussion defines "resource" in the context of Project Resource Management and other key terms like Utilization, Resource Plan, and Duration.

This lesson also details the best practices for Project Resource Management.

Part 8 of 13: Project Communication Management

This lesson defines Project Communication Management and its three (3) primary processes:

  1. Plan communications management
  2. Communications Management
  3. Communications Monitoring

This lesson goes into the details of a Project Communication Management Plan and how it can be implemented smoothly.

Part 9 of 13: Project Risk Management

This lesson discusses Project Management and delineates its processes integral. It tackles the different project risk types that Project Managers need to navigate through.

The segment discusses the steps in the management of risks:

  1. Creating a Risk Management Plan
  2. Keeping Risk Register up to date
  3. Understanding the Risk Event
  4. Being Proactive
  5. Developing Project Management Skills

Part 10 of 13: Project Procurement Management

This lesson explains Project Procurement Management and the 4 steps important to it:

  1. Plan Procurement Management
  2. Conduct Procurement
  3. Control Procurement
  4. Close Procurement

This lesson also discusses the role of the Project Manager in Procurement. This part stresses that while the Project Manager has authority to go into agreements with contractors, oftentimes, the Project Manager is not the one who implements the contract provisions.

Part 11 of 13: Project Stakeholder Management

This lesson discusses Project Stakeholder Management and why it is important to prioritize stakeholders.

This lesson also outlines the major points of the process:

  • Documentation of Stakeholder Communications
  • Making Processes Transparent
  • Provision of Status Reports
  • Dispelling Myths

Part 12 of 13: Tools and Techniques

This lesson delves into the most preferred and practiced techniques for Project Management:

  1. Classic Technique
  2. Waterfall technique
  3. Agile Project Management
  4. Rational Unified Process (RUP)
  5. Program Evaluation and Review Technique
  6. Critical Path Technique
  7. Critical Chain Technique
  8. Extreme Project Management (XPM)

This segment also recommends certain tools like time sheet software and customizable organization boards that efficiently aid the Project Manager.

Part 13 of 13: Project Delivery Environment and Agile

This lesson discusses project delivery within an Agile environment. The lesson describes what an Agile environment is and what Project Management is like in such.

This lesson also tackles the benefits of using an Agile approach to Project Management.

December 15, 2021 | Amy Williams
Project Manager

Mission Control

  • Stay focused with a mentor’s help and support
  • Build a real portfolio with Virtual Lab Projects
  • Compete with classmates in a virtual classroom
  • Measure your progress with the Activity Tracking Log
  • Make sure you get the job with resume help and interview assistance

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Certificate of Completion

  • Receive a certificate recognized by prevalent companies confirming your training
  • Complete real projects in Virtual Labs
  • Go at your own pace, learn your way
  • Access course videos and materials 24 hours a day
  • Take practical quizzes to keep you up to speed
  • Classes created and mentored by industry leaders
CompTIA certifications help prove your skills and attract the attention of companies leading the industry.

Grow into a Project Manager

Be the bridge between every level of communication. Learn how to effectively communicate and work on projects, how to manage, improve and grow a team, and how to set expectations and meet those expectations for upper management.

Program Forecast

  • 5 months long, 5 hours per week
  • 232 lessons in 192 hours
  • Learn at your own pace

Virtual Lab

  • Real Projects
  • Create a working portfolio
  • Receive expert feedback and mentoring

Career Services

  • Interview preparation
  • Resumé assistance
  • Help with LinkedIn networking

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Put your new skills to use with Virtual Lab projects. Work with industry experts and create your own work portfolio on real projects. Virtual Lab allows you to get practical experience under the supervision of people that not only know what they’re doing but are leading the way in their respective industries. Access Master Classes, Labs, and an Online Professional Community that will all work to refine your skills.

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Enter into your new industry with confidence after using our resumé services and interview assistance. Career consultants and interview coaches are available to you after receiving your certificate to help you get your dream job.