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Practical Guide to Project Management


Are you an “accidental” project manager without any formal training? Or are you an acting project manager with little formal PM training. Perhaps you’d like to update your project management acumen with some best practices and approaches?

Our project management training course delivers a lot of practical and realistic advice on:

  1. managing project triple constraints;
  2. creating project baselines;
  3. understanding project lifecycle;
  4. enhancing project communication;

You will learn

  1. How to apply project management theory and methodology in real life;
  2. Key project management terms and definitions, knowledge areas and process groups;
  3. All the important aspects of acting as a successful project manager;

Who should attend

Program Managers, Delivery Managers, Project Managers, Associate Project Managers, Project Leaders and “Accidental” project managers (i.e. those without Project Manager in their job title, but who none the less have to deliver projects on time and budget). This course is a perfect fit for someone who either has minimal or no formal project management training. Perhaps you were just assigned a project and you don’t know where to begin, or you’d like to implement a more formal project management process in your organization and would like to know the steps and best practices.


Dmitry Tsitrinel, PMP

Dmitry Tsitrinel

Dmitry Tsitrinel, PMP became a project manager in 1999. He worked as a project management consultant for large corporations, including Bell Canada, Rogers, Comverse, Hydro One, Capgemini, Thales and others. He also contributed to project management office establishment for a number of smaller companies. Throughout his project management career, Dmitry worked with vendors and customers in Canada, US, Europe and Asia. Dmitry obtained his PMP credential in 2008, and since then he has been continuously implementing PMI principles and methodology in real-life project management.

Dmitry believes that ideal project management study should be based on well-established methodology, and get continuously enhanced by adopting real life experiences and observations.


USD $899
Early bird
(before August 15, 2017)
USD $699

Course Program

Day 1
  1. lesson – What is project management all about?
  2. lesson – Project management knowledge areas
  3. lesson – Project life cycle vs. process groups
  4. lesson – Project time management
  5. lesson – Project cost management
Day 2
  1. lesson – Project scope management
  2. lesson – Project risk management
  3. lesson – Project communication management
  4. lesson – Project procurement management
  5. lesson – Project management workshop