project management certificate university of toronto

In a world with increasing demand for project management, this certificate provides a comprehensive overview of project management and prepares you to manage large- and small-scale projects. You’ll learn the hard skills of cost, time, quality and risk management and the “people skills” you need for long-term success. The content is consistent with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide and will bring you one-step closer to the coveted PMP® designation.

Project Management Certificate University Of Toronto

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • Describe and utilize the principles and language of project management.
  • Learn how organizations use projects to implement strategy and change
  • Apply the most effective tools and techniques to achieve project objectives.

BENEFITS

  • Develop the skills and knowledge to manage projects in all industry sectors
  • Prepares you to manage projects using the PMBOK® Guide
  • Acquire “people skills” for project management success

NOTE(S)

“PMI”, “PMP”, “PgMP”, “PfMP”,“CAPM”, “PMI-PBA” and “PMI-ACP” are marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

REQUIRED COURSES

One of the following Foundations of Project Management courses

  • 1860Foundations of Project ManagementWinter – 22Spring/Summer – 22HybridOnlineIn ClassSt. George CampusMississauga769Project management skills are in high demand. Why? Organizations use project management to change and adapt to achieve their strategy, solve business problems, and provide value to their customers, ultimately to be successful. Employers need effective project team members and project leaders who understand the business thinking and practical approaches required to make projects work. Contemporary project management includes using a variety of approaches such as agile, iterative, incremental, and the traditional waterfall which can be used in combination and tailored as needed to fit each project. By completing a variety of practical exercises and working with others, you will come to understand key strategies, processes, artifacts, tools, and techniques and how to use them to manage projects successfully and deliver value. Whether you want to be a professional project manager or would like to add these valuable skills to enhance the work you’re already doing, this introductory project management course is the place to start. You’ll come away knowing the fundamental practices needed to achieve results and excellence in project management.LEARN MORE

OR

  • 2468Foundations of Project Management: Accelerated

OR both of the following courses (which are equivalent to 1860 Foundations of Project Management)

  • 3401Practical Project Management – Part 1
  • 3402Practical Project Management – Part 2

And one of the following Leading Projects in Organizations courses

  • 1952Leading Projects in Organizations

OR

  • 2469Leading Projects in Organizations: Accelerated

And one of the following Project Implementation and Control courses

  • 1937Project Implementation & Control

OR

  • 2470Project Implementation & Control: Accelerated

project management course toronto

Whatever your industry, project management is one of the most valuable skills you can bring to an organization. Our Project Management program will help you become a successful project lead, equipping you to strategize, implement, and execute plans with efficiency, deliver value, and make you a vital contributor to your organization’s success.  

Learn project management process and principles as you acquire skills in strategic insight, innovative planning and prioritization, communications, and the ability to motivate team members.  Whether you are new to project management or a seasoned Project Management professional looking to take your abilities to the next level, these essential job-ready skills can help you lay the foundation for career success that can last a lifetime.

The School of Continuing Studies (SCS) is a Project Management Institute (PMI) Registered Education Provider. Complete our courses to meet the education hours for these certifications awarded by the PMI, PMP®,CAPM®, PMI-ACP®, PMI-PBA. “PMI”, “PMP”, “PgMP”, “PfMP”,“CAPM”, “PMI-PBA” and “PMI-ACP” are marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

We currently have 26 Course(s) in Project Management

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SEMESTERSpring/Summer – 22Winter – 22

DELIVERY METHODIn-ClassHybridOn-Line

LOCATIONMississaugaSt. George CampusAccelerated CoursesRESET FILTERS

We currently have 26 Course(s) in PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Viewing 1 – 6 of 26 result(s)View 6 Items10 Items20 Items30 ItemsAllNEW3837 – Kanban: Practical Agile WorkshopLEARN MOREThe Kanban Method uses ‘Kanban Boards’ to move work through different stages of its lifecycle and achieve greater business agility. A popular Agile method, the visual Kanban Board can lead to improved efficiency, increased productivity, boosts team collaboration and reduces waste to name a few.  This practical course shows you how to use this visual method to help teams manage their work and produce more deliverables in less time. Through use cases, examples and practical exercises, you will acquire the tools and techniques and best practices to implement, improve and measure your workflow and agility using the Kanban way of working. SEMESTERS:

  • Winter – 22
  • Spring/Summer – 22

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

COURSE FEES:

499NEW3841 – Product Management and Ownership – Creating ValueLEARN MORE

As the speed of change accelerates, organizations need product managers and owners who can develop and manage products that create value for customers. In fact, project managers, business analysts, and business owners are well-positioned to move into in-demand product manager positions. This course will equip you with practical techniques for iterative planning, product development, change management, quality improvement, and on-time delivery using real-life examples and exercises. You’ll work on a case study, develop your own product using an iterative product development approach, learn to work with teams, and emerge with the skills needed to create value, and an awareness of new possibilities for your career.

Competencies developed and assessed in this course include:

  • Leading change
  • Product strategy
  • Creating value for customers
  • Iterative product management

SEMESTERS:

  • Winter – 22
  • Spring/Summer – 22

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

COURSE FEES:

599NEW3845 – Agile LeadershipLEARN MORE

Successful agile projects depend on high-performing teams. These teams depend on agile leadership that enables strategic decision making, autonomous problem solving, risk taking, and empowering team members to remove obstacles. You will learn how traditional project managers can adopt a mindset that allows them to thrive in an agile environment, and increase awareness of the changes teams encounter in the process. The course includes a real-life case study to illustrate agile leadership. Experimenting with Kanban as an approach for analysis and continuous improvement, you will hone skills and competencies to position yourself as an agile leader, and enable your agile team to learn faster and make smarter decisions to improve your project delivery.

Competencies developed and assessed in this course include:
Managing sustainable change
Continuous improvement
Self-organizing and empowered teams
Cross collaborationSEMESTERS:

  • Winter – 22
  • Spring/Summer – 22

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online

COURSE FEES:

5991860 – Foundations of Project ManagementLEARN MORE

Project management skills are in high demand. Why? Organizations use project management to change and adapt to achieve their strategy, solve business problems, and provide value to their customers, ultimately to be successful. Employers need effective project team members and project leaders who understand the business thinking and practical approaches required to make projects work. Contemporary project management includes using a variety of approaches such as agile, iterative, incremental, and the traditional waterfall which can be used in combination and tailored as needed to fit each project.

By completing a variety of practical exercises and working with others, you will come to understand key strategies, processes, artifacts, tools, and techniques and how to use them to manage projects successfully and deliver value. Whether you want to be a professional project manager or would like to add these valuable skills to enhance the work you’re already doing, this introductory project management course is the place to start. You’ll come away knowing the fundamental practices needed to achieve results and excellence in project management.SEMESTERS:

  • Winter – 22
  • Spring/Summer – 22

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Hybrid
  • Online
  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus
  • Mississauga

COURSE FEES:

7691937 – Project Implementation & ControlLEARN MORE

Why do some projects succeed where others fail? This course covers the in-depth issues that underlie the successful implementation of projects. You’ll learn to use tools and techniques for monitoring and controlling a project’s cost, duration and quality and you’ll see how they can improve the way projects are implemented and controlled. Topics include contracts and procurement, estimation, trade-off analysis, scheduling, risk analysis and earned value analysis.SEMESTERS:

  • Winter – 22
  • Spring/Summer – 22

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online
  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus
  • Mississauga

COURSE FEES:

7691952 – Leading Projects in OrganizationsLEARN MORE

This course focuses on making you a more effective project leader. Project management is a combination of art and science. The focus is on your leadership style – working with project teams, managing stakeholder politics, resolving team conflict and embracing change management. Leadership can be a huge factor between project success and failure and this course covers the relevant leadership elements required to succeed in the art of project management. The course will provide students with a thorough understanding and how you as a leader can transform yourself and reach a greater level of project management maturity.SEMESTERS:

  • Winter – 22
  • Spring/Summer – 22

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • Online
  • In Class

LOCATIONS:

  • St. George Campus
  • Mississauga

COURSE FEES:

769

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