Georgia Tech Professional Education will offer a Project Management: Managing Risk and Procurements (COMP 6310) course at Georgia Tech-Savannah on Dec.11-13, 2012. The course will allow students to see the importance of effective risk management. Course content is applicable in a number of industries and also prepares participants for the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam.
Through identifying, analyzing, and prioritizing risks within a company or organization, participants will learn how to successfully plan and implement risk response plans, and create a smoother and efficient work flow. The course serves as an introduction to the procurement management process and is a requirement towards the Georgia Tech Project Management Certificate. Participants learn the specific processes of risk management and procurement management as defined by the Project Management Institute in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®Guide),which is considered the recognized standard for the industry.
“The course prepares students for the PMP exam as well as helping them become a better project manager,” says Jim Consuegra, academic program director of Information Technology, Georgia Tech Professional Education. “Participants will learn how to reduce the negative unknowns in projects and enhance opportunities by using effective risk management practices."
Project management is the application of knowledge, skills and techniques to execute projects effectively and efficiently. It’s a strategic competency for organizations, enabling them to tie project results to business goals and, better compete in their markets. The course is taught by Certified Project Management Professionals with extensive experience establishing project management and system development life-cycle methodologies in large organizations.
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For a list of all upcoming Georgia Tech Professional Education courses in Savannah, visit: http://www.gtpe.gatech.edu/gts-fall.