The IT Project Manager Certification is a two-course certification that combines a fundamental skills course, 111 IT Project Basics followed by an advanced course, 113 Advanced IT Projects. Both are instructor-led online courses where you have private video conferences with your instructor as often as you wish. You will earn a certification that says you know all the terms and tools of project management along with the practical techniques for managing small and large projects in the unique IT environment.
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How Long Does It Take? -Most people complete each course in 4-6 weeks if they work 6 hours a week. But you can work more hours and finish each one in 3-5 weeks or take up to 1 year for each course. Your instructor will work with you on the schedule you want.
What Does this Certification Do for Me? It gives you credibility with the people you work with and those you manage on projects. It helps you get into or advance in the fast-growing project management profession where the average salary for an experienced PM is over $110,000. Having it on your resume or CV says you have training in managing IT projects and have mastered the best practices.
Who is This Certification For? People wanting to begin or further their IT PM career, including recent graduates or individual contributors from IT specialties who want to add project management skills. To find out if this is the right certification for you, talk to an instructor at 303-756-4247 or complete the assessment and get a written response from one of our instructors.
What Do I Learn in Your Courses? These courses cover everything you need to know to manage an IT project through the full project process including planning, estimating, scheduling, budgeting, tracking/reporting and making presentations. Working with your instructor, you practice each step until you know how to do it right.
How Are Your Courses Different From Others? You work individually with your instructor in live, private video conferences whenever you want. You don’t go to class at set times; you decide when you want a lecture or a meeting with your instructor. They will work with you through both courses and provide advice for 1 year after you finish.