Introduction to the Project Management Office Overview

This one day, practical course is designed to guide organizations who are thinking of establishing a PMO to an office that is tailored to meet the project management needs of your particular circumstances. Students of the course will be invited to assess their organizations’ current project management maturity and determine what benefits they need to deliver for the PMO to be deemed a success. Once the goals of the PMO have been established, you will be guided through the steps needed to establish a business case for the PMO and ultimately, to create a PMO Charter.

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  • Skill Level
    Basic Concepts of Project Management
  • Duration
    • 1 Day
  • Support
    • Tutor on call
    • Exam simulator
  • Assessment
    • 7.5

Course Description

At the end of this workshop, the student will be able to:

  • Define the basic concepts – projects and project management
  • Determine the organization-level concerns related to project management
  • Appreciate the lack of consensus over PMO definition Identify the areas where a PMO can provide support
  • Decide if a PMO is needed and if you are in a position to set one up
  • Use a seven-stage model to create your PMO
  • Recognize the skills needed to staff a PMO Determine what factors to include in your initial PMO budget

This course is aimed at executives and potential PMO Managers who are considering the establishment of a PMO in their organization. A good, general appreciation of project management principles would be an advantage, but not essential.

  • The gap between front-line project management and executive-level concerns
  • The problems relating to projects and resources that need addressing
  • How work is organized
  • Functions a PMO can provide:
    • Project management training
    • Templates and standards
    • Project management department
    • Resource management
    • Strategy alignment Selecting projects

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Your career is a journey, and you’ll need to stay relevant as the profession evolves and as the needs of employers grow and change. Maintaining your PMI certification is a significant competitive advantage. It keeps you relevant and helps you better position yourself as the answer to what company's demand.

To keep your certification and keep you relevant and competitive for employer demanded skills,you’ll need to participate in professional development activities, and earn and report professional development units (PDUs.) The goal is to ensure that your certified competencies stay relevant and up to date.

There are tons of opportunities to earn PDUs.PMP credential holders love Velopi's PDU Centre because it's the easiest way to earn and document the 60 hours of professional development units (PDUs) that are required over a 3 year period.

As a learner with us, Velopi's PDU Centre helps you earn and report your Education PDUs to keep up to date and maintain your certification through our classes, seminars and webinars as well as self directed learning. Visit the Velopi PDU Centre to see our upcoming classes and webinars and Discover ways to earn PDUs or report earned PDUs with our Velopi PDU Centre.

Upcoming PDU Opportunities from Velopi's PDU centre
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