If you would like to advance your career in a project management-oriented role, where project management frameworks are evolving from traditional to Agile and hybrid project management frameworks, and the importance of learning about these skillsets, our Project Management Certificate can help you achieve it.
According to the PMI Talent Gap report of June 2021, there is an increase in the number of jobs requiring project management-oriented skills. There will be a global need for 25 million new project professionals by 2030, which means that 2.3 million project managers and changemakers will be needed to fill project management-oriented roles every year to keep up with the demand.
The Project Management Certificate program is comprised of four courses designed to provide you with the knowledge, project skills, leadership, interpersonal skills and tools to manage projects in a variety of fields such as construction, marketing, information technology, pharmacy and event planning. These courses and experiences will enable you to pursue a career in project management leading to professional certification such as Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and Professional Management Professional (PMP). The program is based on Project Management Institute's (PMI)® latest Guide to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)® and its internationally recognized certification programs.
Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning is a recognized Authorized Training Partner with the Project Management Institute (ATP REP # 1672). PMI® is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. PMI®, PMP®, CAPM®, and PMBOK® are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
this program is great if you just want to upgrade your skills in this area OR
start and build your skills for an entry level position in this area
All Faculty of Applied Sciences Technology Continuous Professional Learning courses in this program are being offered in an online virtual classroom unless otherwise specified (for example lab required components).
Those who successfully complete the program are eligible to receive a certificate of accomplishment from Humber College. If you are not able to complete the entire program, you may be eligible to receive a micro-credential based on successful completion of certain courses. If you are looking for more information, please find our contact information below. One of our staff will respond to you as soon as possible.
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2023/2024 Academic Year
2024/2025 Academic Year
PMPC 800: Project Management Skills Development
PMPC 801: Project Resources: Planning and Scheduling
PMPC 802: Project Cost Management
PMPC 803: Project Management Principles
PMPC 800Project Management Skills Development
Start Date: May 2023
The Project Management Skills Development course will build on learners' interpersonal, organizational, managerial and leadership skills as a project manager. Topics include basic communication for projects, team building, leadership, conflict resolution, change management, managing project interfaces, decision-making and effective negotiating. Primary knowledge areas of The Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ) - Project Human Resources Management, and Project Communication Management will be covered and reinforced with real-life examples, case studies and exercises. Note: It is highly recommended that students take Project Management Principles as one of their first courses. The Project Management Skills Development course is registered with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is eligible for 42 professional development units (PDUs).
PMPC 801Project Resources: Planning and Scheduling
Start Date: May 2023
This course covers relevant automated and manual techniques used in planning, scheduling and monitoring of human and non-human resources required to deliver the project outcomes. The areas of study include: work breakdown; structure development and use; project resources requirements; planning, acquisition, and allocation to develop a network plan; scheduling and schedule calculations and optimization; resource constrained scheduling; resource levelling; and schedule control. The primary knowledge areas of The Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK ) - Scope - Time and Cost Management will be covered and reinforced by real-life case studies and/or laboratory exercises. Note: students taking this course will need to have the following software requirements: MS Project Professional 2007, MS Visio 2007, MS Excel 2007, and MS PowerPoint 2007. It is highly recommended that students take PMPC 803 Project Management Principles prior to enrolling in PMPC 801. This course is registered with Project Management Institute (PMI) and is eligible for 42 professional development units (PDUs).
Project cost management covers the basics of estimating, budgeting, evaluating, controlling and documenting project costs. The key topics covered are the fundamentals of project finance, project estimating techniques, techniques of economic feasibility assessment, the process of analyzing economic outcomes of alternatives and the basics of project financial reporting. Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to understand the significance of cost management in the project environment. Note: It is highly recommended that students take Project Management Principles as one of their first courses. The Construction Cost Value Management course is registered with PMI and is eligible for 42 PDUs.
This course will introduce the principles of professional project management. It is designed to develop a fundamental understanding of project management knowledge, processes, and tools and techniques applicable to all types of projects in various industries. The course content is based on the latest edition of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). All ten knowledge areas will be covered and reinforced with real-life examples, case studies and exercises. This course is registered with Project Management Institute (PMI) and is eligible for 42 professional development units (PDUs).
REFUND INFORMATION - CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
Generally $25 of the fee is non-refundable unless Humber cancels the course. However, some courses have unique refund policies (such as those offered by the Transportation Training Centre). Please be sure you understand the refund policy before you register.
If Humber cancels the course, a full refund will be granted. If you decide to Drop, Transfer or Withdraw from your course, you must
do this by logging into the CPL Learner Portal before the date listed under Important Dates on this webpage. Drop/Transfer/Withdraw deadlines are also posted in the Learner Portal and are noted in your Registration Receipt email.
Note: Leaving an email or phone message to request a Drop, Transfer or Withdrawal is not acceptable and will not be processed.
There are exceptions to this policy for some courses/programs (such as those offered by the Transportation Training Centre where Drop/Transfer/Withdrawal is permitted up to 21 days prior to the course start date only by written email request submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org).
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