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Project Management Certificate Program - 2021

October 1, 2020 | 12:00AM | Wisconsin SBDC at UW - Green Bay, Wood Hall, Room 202, Green Bay

Topic: Managing a Business

The UW-Green Bay Project Management Certificate Program is an innovative and collaborative education opportunity that provides participants with a targeted and unique learning opportunity. The program is self-guided so participants can complete the learning activities according to their own schedules. There are no classroom sessions. To get started, participants work one-on-one with the program instructor (Renee Adair, owner of Successful Projects, LLC.) to select specific learning activities that are in-line with their professional goals as well as their learning style. Each participant's program is 100 percent custom designed to fill the individual skill gaps and designed to work for his or her planned future career needs. Why choose the UW-Green Bay Project Management Certificate Program? .One-on-one coaching with program instructor .Customized course design based on each participant's professional needs and skills gaps .Convenient and self-guided so the program easily fits into a participant's schedule .Participants will gain practical hands-on experience managing a real-world project from his or her respective organizations .High quality content based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) .Earn professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute (PMI) .Earn 5.6 continuing education credits (CEUs) from the University of Wisconsin-Extension .Fulfill the 35 hours of project management training required for Project Management Professional (PMP) exam eligibility


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Fee: $2000.00



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