Our IT Project Management Foundations course covers the essential knowledge and skills you need to implement and control information and communications technology (ICT) projects. This project management course is suitable for a range of professionals: information technology (IT) professionals who want a career as a project manager; project managers who want to take on larger or more complex projects; and business managers/executives who want to understand how project managers create IT systems that deliver business goals and objectives. Learn the differences between traditional and agile project management methodologies, and study their pros and cons and their applications. Learn fundamental project management competencies through a practical, hands-on approach that uses case studies and class exercises.
This course is offered by George Brown College Continuing Education in partnership with Three O Project Solutions Inc.
This course has been accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and provides 16 PMI professional development units (PDU). The PDU for this course are awarded by ThreeO Project Solutions. For more information about the PMP certification, visit the PMI website.
Course Delivery Method:
This is normally an in-class course but will be offered temporarily online via Blackboard Learn/Collaborate while college buildings are closed.
Refer to the basic technology requirements for Blackboard online courses.
You will have the most success in this course if you already have experience with IT projects before you start this course.
Disclaimer: The PMP certification is awarded by the PMI. The information provided here does not represent the extent of the requirements for the PMP certification. The requirements are set by the PMI, not George Brown College, so you must follow the process listed on the PMI website and meet the requirements applicable to you to achieve the PMP certification. PMI policies are subject to change without notice, and George Brown College is not responsible for any information errors or inaccuracies that result from a change in PMI policy.