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Course number HC577S
Length 3 days
Delivery method* Instructor-led training (ILT)
Onsite dedicated training (OST)
Price USD $1,450
CAD $1,595
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Course overview

This 3-day course will provide the fundamental methodologies, concepts, processes, and techniques to successfully manage a project. You apply project management concepts and processes to real-life projects allowing you to generate immediate results that are usable in your current business situation or to a case study that you select from several available. You acquire hands-on experience in applying new concepts in a project team environment.


  • Some Project Management experience would be helpful but is not required. Project team experience is extremely desirable


This course is intended for people who manage or expect to manage projects as part of their primary work and are at a beginning level of proficiency. It is especially well-suited as a beginning course for individuals seeking project management certification

Course objectives

Gain the skills and knowledge you need to:

  • Develop credible and reliable project plans
  • Manage the interaction of scope, schedule, and resources throughout the project lifecycle
  • Identify and implement components of HPs project management framework (Work breakdown, estimation, dependency identification and management, dependency management)
  • Provide techniques for tracking, assessing, and communicating project progress
  • Understand, apply, and communicate project management common vocabulary, framework, and processes for projects of varying size and duration

Next steps

AAdvanced Project Management topics leading to recognition for your knowledge and skill by passing the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification through the Project Management Institute (PMI),

Benefits to you

  • Project management is a core skill and competency for HP, with 3500 experienced and qualified project mangers throughout the world in 160 countries. HP brings this experience and competency into the classroom of our project management classes
  • HP's world-class project management methodology combines industry best practices with HPs experience to help keep everything on track. In additional to general project management principles, we will provide you with examples how HP successfully implements its projects
  • Learn how to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations from a project by separating identified requirements (needs) from unidentified requirements (expectations)
  • Clearly distinguish scope, time, cost and quality of a project

Course outline

Define And Organize The Project

  • Initiate the Project
    • Initiate the Project Organization
    • Prepare the Preliminary Objective
    • Validate the Preliminary Objective
  • Define Scope Specifications
    • Identify Scope Requirements
    • Validate Scope Requirements
    • Formalize Scope Requirements
  • Define the Project Framework

Plan The Project

  • Develop the Work Breakdown Structure
    • Prepare and Review
    • Identify and Organize the Work
    • Document the Structure
  • Develop Preliminary Schedule
    • Determine Logical Dependencies
    • Prepare Estimates
    • Analyze the Network
  • Manage Project Constraints
    • Assess Resource Requrements
    • Review POS constraints
    • Explore Trade-off and Document Alternative Plans
  • Manage Project Risk
    • Identify Project Risk
    • Assess Risk
    • Create Risk Management Plans
  • Finalize the Project Plan
    • Review the Plan
    • Validate the Plan
    • Set the Project Basline

Manage Project Progress

  • Determine Project Progress
    • Collect Status Data
    • Determine Variance from Plan
    • Analyse Variance Impact
  • Plan and Take Adaptive Action
    • Plan Adaptive Action Strategies
    • Implement Adaptive Actions
    • Evaluate and Folow-up, as Required
  • Report Project Status Prepare Reports
    • Prepare Reports
    • Communicate Informally
    • Archive Project Information
  • Conduct Project Reviews
    • Schedule Reviews
    • Review the Project
    • Make Project Adjustments
  • Close Out the Project
    • Perform Transition/Shutdown Activities
    • Conduct a Project Retrospective
    • Reward, Recognize and Celebrate

HC577S - C.00