Project Communications Management MGMT 9054

Micro-credential
Online

Our Project Communications Management course explores a key responsibility of the project manager, which is to communicate and manage stakeholders’ expectations throughout the life cycle of the project. Effective communication is needed to ensure continued stakeholder support and to ensure that stakeholder needs are met. Learn how to create and implement communications management plans, identify your audience and provide the right information to various stakeholders at the right time. and get tips and tricks to effectively communicate with an audience using different channels/media. This communications management course explores communications management best practices for both traditional projects and agile projects and builds on the best practices for integration management as described in the PMBOK Guide.

Passing this course earns you a record of achievement and 20 Project Management Institute (PMI) contact hours or professional development units (PDU). It also earns you a micro-credential, which is provided to you as a digital badge that can be posted to social media platforms (such as LinkedIn).

Note(s)

Course Delivery Method:

This is an online course delivered via the Three O Project Solutions learning management system (LMS). This online course is device and operating system independent, so you are free to access the course with any device, anytime and anywhere via the Internet. All you need is to connect to the LMS website to start the course. You will receive your course details from Three O Project Solutions approximately three days after the course start date.

Hours and Fees

Hours

20

Fee

$286, includes a non-refundable materials fee of $115 [online access]

Course Sections

CRN:
F17828
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
CRN:
F17829
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
CRN:
F17830
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
CRN:
F17831
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
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