Project Management Training June 18th & 24th
ROCKLIN, CA--In June, the Continuous Improvement Network (CIN) will offer Practical Project Management training with Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT). The three session training being held in Sacramento will help Northern California manufacturers, businesses, agencies and organizations increase productivity by improving employees' project management skills.
June 18 & 24 -- Practical Project Management
This introductory training in Practical Project Management will be offered June 18 & 24 and will teach participants the basic principles of good project management. Attendees will learn how to identify project resources, create schedules, produce critical path plans and complete evaluation reports. A class project will enable participants to apply project management principles and use the tools introduced in the class.
Non-project management professionals will learn the key elements of the framework for guiding projects through to completion. Participants will also learn methods to develop schedules, identify milestones, anticipate problems and plan ways to address challenges. There will be an emphasis on project management skills that are most relevant for Lean and Six Sigma projects to support companies that are working on Continuous Improvement.
Participants should plan to attend the three all-day sessions. The course will be held at Rex Moore Electrical Contractors at 6001 Outfall Circle in Sacramento. The fee is $360 for CIN Members, $560 for Non-Members and $420 for Government. Register for this event at http://cacinetwork.com/.
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