Certificate in Leadership and Project Management
This program offered at our Manhattan campus consists of Concepts of Project Management (COPM) 30 hours and Negotiation and People Skills (NAPS) six hours that will be provided to executives and senior managers, departmental supervisors, IT project coordinators, health care administrators, facility managers, office managers, and communication-technology personnel to enhance and improve their team leadership and project management knowledge. Participants that complete both classes will be issued a certificate of completion equivalent to 35 hours of continuing education credits required by the Project Management Institute organization (PMI.org), so that participants can take an examination to obtain a PMI, CAPM, or PMP designation. Courses can also be taken individually. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 516.686.7490.
XBUS-053 Certificate in Leadership and Project Management
Consists of completion of both Concepts of Project Management and Negotiation and People Skills. Course descriptions below.
Discounted fee when registering for both courses at the same time.
XBUS-051 Concepts of Project Management
Master the tools used by Project Managers: work breakdown structure, critical path, task analysis, project plan, project scheduling, and more. Gain the skills needed to plan, track progress and stay focused on the end result. Where appropriate, students will learn PMBOK terminology and how it relates to certification. Class can be utilized for the continuing education credits for Project Management Institute (PMI) exam requirement for designations of CAPM (Certified Assistant Project Manager) or PMP (Project Management Professional), 30 hours of continuing education credits, 3 CEUs.
XBUS-052 Negotiation and People Skills
This experiential class is intended for the participant to better understand the theory, processes and practices of negotiation, conflict resolution and decision making so that you can be a more effective negotiator in a wide variety of situations. The course methodology is highly participatory and utilizes class discussions and simulations in both one-on-one and group situations. The exercises will emphasize organizational settings, but skills are applicable anywhere conflict occurs. Class can be utilized for the continuing education credits for Project Management Institute (PMI) exam requirements for designations of CAPM (Certified Assistant Project Manager) or PMP (Project Management Professional), six hours of continuing education credits, .6 CEUs.