Covering the entire Program Life cycle and organization of program management, this three day (instructor-led) course is built around the latest insights from the Project Management Institute's (PMI) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition) and the PMI's publication The Standard for Program Management, incorporating information, good practices and guidance for program management in the context of portfolio and project management.
You'll learn the program management tasks, knowledge, and skills that can immediately be applied to your programs. In addition to a detailed understanding of program management upon completion of this course you will understand the role of project managers and the relationship and interface between project and program managers, the role and responsibilities of a program manager, and the relationship and interface between program and portfolio managers. You will understand how program managers engage stakeholder groups and the role of executive sponsor as part of program governance.
Who Should Attend:
- Project Managers
- Program Managers
- Portfolio Managers
- Program Board/Steering Committee
- Anyone looking to gain the project management knowledge and skills to increase their effectiveness of their job
Program Management Professional (PgMP) Certification
The Program Management Professional (PgMP) credential is meant for those individuals that are distinguished in the field of program management. Because the credential requires a minimum of 4 years and 6,000 hours of professional program management experience, obtaining it alone is a validation of your knowledge and experience within the field of program management. This credential benefits those specializing in the area of program management.
Candidates seeking the PgMP® credential should review www.pmi.org for more information
Download the PgMP Credential Handbook from PMI