Project Management Planning Workshop
Edmonton, AB

Date: Nov 29-30, 2017

Location: Sawridge Inn, Edmonton South

Duration: 2-Day

Fee: $ 795.00

Early Bird*: $ 750.00

Audience:

Environmental Consultants, Remediation Specialists, Environmental Scientists, Hydrogeologists, Engineers

Environmental & Water/Wastewater Engineers

First Nations & Metis: Chief & Council, Land Managers, Economic Development Officers, Community Planners, Consultation Managers

Project Management Professionals (PMPs)

ENGOs

Agriculture: Rural Extension

Government: Environmental, Energy, Agriculture, Real Property sectors

PDUs: 15

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Project Management Planning Workshop

Vancouver, BC

Date: Oct 18-19, 2017

Location: Sandman Hotel, Downtown Vancouver

Duration: 2-Day

Fee: $ 795.00

Early Bird*: $ 750.00

Audience:

Environmental Consultants, Remediation Specialists, Environmental Scientists, Hydrogeologists, Engineers

Environmental & Water/Wastewater Engineers

First Nations & Metis: Chief & Council, Land Managers, Economic Development Officers, Community Planners, Consultation Managers

Project Management Professionals (PMPs)

ENGOs

Agriculture: Rural Extension

Government: Environmental, Energy, Agriculture, Real Property sectors

PDUs: 15

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Visualizing Objectives, Deliverables, Activities and Schedules

The best way to effectively manage and communicate project scope, motivate teams, mitigate conflicts, negotiate for additional resources, manage stakeholders needs, wants and expectations and manage risk is to help the project stakeholders (sponsor, decision makers, clients, citizens, suppliers, etc) visualize the sum of the products, services and results, at the front end of the project.

About the Workshop

This 2-day certificate course in project management covers the front-end of the project planning processes, takes participants through a complete project definition and planning cycle, and looks at the implementation and control cycle. Creating project charters, deliverable work breakdown structures, sequencing and scheduling methods are covered in detail. Other areas covered include aspects of risk identification, risk mitigation, and stakeholder analysis.

SKILLS: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will have the confidence and the skills to prepare and present a Project Charter, and to use the most important project planning tools to define and organize their projects. In addition, they will be able to clearly communicate their project and project needs to upper management and decision makers. Participants will have the tools necessary to seek the required approvals and to control the project in its implementation phase. Participants find that most tools and techniques learned can be applied in their workplace the very next day!

Fees: Fees includes membership in ENVPMSS Community of Practice, 30 minutes of telephone/ e-mail coaching and food service (including lunch) on both days.

Early Bird - Ends 2 weeks before event

Discounts for groups and additional third person are also available
Payment: VISA or MasterCard
Registration:
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