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Project Management for Practitioners

Project Management for Practitioners (Delhi, India)

The Project Management for Practitioners Program, offered jointly by the BRIDGE School of Management and Northwestern University School of Professional Studies, helps organizations create a pool of trained project managers and enhance business results by offering its high potential employees real-world learning of project management while they continue working. The program helps senior managers to optimize the performance of their organization and project managers to become a valuable resource to the organization with enhanced productivity.

Note: this 3-day workshop is held in India. To learn more about our Chicago-based Project Management Programs, please click here.

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About Project Management for Practitioners

Project Management for Practitioners Program Audience

This program is intended for working professionals, who are either going to be part of large projects or are already managing projects within their organizations, seeking to gain professional project management skills. Team leaders or senior managers can nominate their high potential employees required to manage projects within their functions or at the organizational level.

Northwestern University School of Professional Studies has been reviewed and approved as a provider of project management training by the Project Management Institute (PMI), and has been approved by PMI to issue professional development units (PDUs) for all of our project management core courses and electives. This course is eligible for 24 PDUs.

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The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Project Management for Practitioners Program Goals

Upon successful completion of the program, managers will be able to:

  • Establish the structure and plan for a successful project.
  • Assemble, motivate, and lead the project team.
  • Ensure the project scope delivers the expected business value and desired outcome.
  • Implement proper mechanisms to prevent, minimize, and respond to risks.
  • Develop and use various mechanisms to communicate project information.
  • Manage project completion as per the agreed-upon quality standards.
  • Ensure the project is completed per the approved budget.
  • Make sure approved project schedules are met.
  • Communicate the value of project management.

Project Management for Practitioners Program Structure

3-Day Workshop

Day 1
  • Program Introduction
  • Critical Skills for Project Managers
  • Scoping and Initiating the Project
  • Stakeholder Management
Day 2
  • Preparing the Project Schedule
  • Estimating Project Costs
  • Addressing the Risks & Issues
  • Defining Roles & Responsibilities
  • Establishing Project Communications      
Day 3
  • Assessing Status & Progress
  • Managing Scope & Changes
  • Program Conclusion

Project Management for Practitioners Program Courses

Explore all the Project Management for Practitioners Program Courses for detail on the program's offerings.

Project Management for Practitioners Tuition and Financial Aid

Complete details about tuition and finacial aid can be found on the Project Management for Practitioners Tuition and Financial Aid page.

Project Management for Practitioners Contact Us

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Project Management for Practitioners Educational Partner

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Northwestern University School of Professional Studies is proud to partner with the Bridge School of Management. The Bridge School of Management addresses India’s "education-employment mismatch" by equipping working professionals with skills and practical knowledge of real business value for a global workplace.

Learning Center Locations in Delhi

Gurgaon Center
1st Floor, Tower B
Infinity Towers, DLF Cyber City
Gurgaon - 122001

Noida Center
B-1, Sector 2,Near Sec 15 Metro Station
Noida - 201301

Project Management for Practitioners Course List

Core Courses:Course Detail
Project Management for Practitioners <> PR_PM_IN 401-0

Designed for project team members, part-time project managers and professionals, this 3 day course provides a detailed examination of the fundamental processes of project management and meets the 23 contact hour training requirements for PMIĀ®'s Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPMĀ®) exam. Using lectures, case studies, discussions and individual and group exercises, participants will learn how to apply the 5-Process Groups of Project Management to projects which are; initiating, planning, execution, monitor/control, and closeout. This will include an emphasis on determining how to meet customer/client needs, communication and negotiation.


There is no available section.
Project Management for Managers <> PR_PM_IN 404-0

This course introduces best practices in project management, covering the full project life cycle with a focus on globally accepted standards. It reviews traditional methods, including: integration, portfolio and stakeholder management, chartering, scope definition, estimating, the Delphi method and project evaluation and review technique, precedence diagramming and the critical path method, scheduling, risk analysis and management, resource loading and leveling, Gantt charts, earned value analysis and performance indices of project cost/schedule control systems criteria. It shows how the project management maturity model, team development, and principles of negotiation apply to organizations of various types: hierarchical and matrix organizations, international teams, and virtual teams. Using methods and models from this course, predictive analytics managers should experience greater project definition and structure and be able to execute projects more effectively.


There is no available section.
Project Management for Managers PR_PM_IN 404-DL

This course introduces best practices in project management, covering the full project life cycle with a focus on globally accepted standards. It reviews traditional methods, including: integration, portfolio and stakeholder management, chartering, scope definition, estimating, the Delphi method and project evaluation and review technique, precedence diagramming and the critical path method, scheduling, risk analysis and management, resource loading and leveling, Gantt charts, earned value analysis and performance indices of project cost/schedule control systems criteria. It shows how the project management maturity model, team development, and principles of negotiation apply to organizations of various types: hierarchical and matrix organizations, international teams, and virtual teams. Using methods and models from this course, predictive analytics managers should experience greater project definition and structure and be able to execute projects more effectively.


There is no available section.
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