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Project Management: Success Principles

Dates & Locations:

Date:          Wednesday-Friday, April 12-14, 2017

Time:         8:30am-5:00pm

Room:       PR7

Location:  Front Range Community College

                   Prospect Site

                   1501 Academy Court

                   Fort Collins, CO 80524

Cost:           $1,500.00 / per person (includes all materials)

Attendance: Minimum enrollment needed for class to run

Deadline to register: 4:00pm on Monday, April 3, 2017

Cancellation:  Cancellations before 4:00pm on Monday, April 3, 2017will be fully refunded.
Cancellations after 4:00pm on Monday, April 3, 2017 will forfeit all tuition.



The backbone of project management is planning, scheduling, and controlling. There are well-established principles, tools, and techniques for taking these critical elements to a professional level of expertise, but they only reveal themselves through project management training. From the management of small to complex projects, project management training participants will find a proven approach to shorten project duration, manage communication, report status, and keep the project on track for on time and on budget delivery.

Effective project managers use proven practices to manage the key resources of people, process, and knowledge. In this professional course, participants will be provided with the tools and skills needed to ensure that all of their projects are successful. They will learn how to manage a project from the beginning to end and will have the chance to put into practice their newly acquired skills. They will work on actual projects, learn to develop a team, outline project scope, and project outcomes.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe and recognize the critical elements of a correct project measure of performance
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify the major deliverables required to achieve a project’s measure of performance
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop a project scope statement that will provide clarity and reduce the chance of scope creep
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding and use of the common techniques for planning and scheduling project work
  • Demonstrate the ability to calculate the critical path for a simple project
  • Demonstrate methods for compressing the time required to complete a project
  • Describe the benefits of establishing a project baseline
  • Describe the critical elements of risk identification, mitigation, and control
  • Describe a method for managing project changes
  • Describe methods for developing and implementing project lessons learned

Contact Us

For more information, contact the office near you:

Westminster and Adams, Broomfield, Boulder, and north Jefferson counties

Claudia Ossola
(303) 404-5461 | Email Us

Larimer County and Longmont

Erin Fink Smith
(970) 231-7247 | Email Us

Front Range Workforce Solutions

Our short-term, skill-based training programs allow individuals to quickly gain skills employers are looking for. The healthcare, manufacturing, and technology industries are experiencing record job growth and our programs are designed to prepare people for these in-demand jobs. Programs are delivered at a business facility, on-site at one of the FRCC college campuses, or at a community partner location.