PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS PROLP-AC Project Leadership

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
BUSA-1044Business Analyst - IntroRPL
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Gain the skills needed to be a successful Business Analyst in today's workplace. Improve your abilities in oral and written communication, research techniques, business process improvement, problem-solving, supervision and team-building, and understanding of organizational structures.

BUSA-1050Business Requirements Gathering
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Gain the skills to develop and document effective business requirements in the workplace. Enhance your ability to interview clients, improve business processes, problem-solve, work as part of a team, and lead effective meetings.

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COMP-1191Outlook & OneNote 2016
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Learn how to use Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft OneNote as powerful tools to get and stay organized. Whether you are trying to manage your personal life, or setting up a professional office, this course will teach you what you need to know about these two essential Microsoft Products. The first part of this class will show you how to use Outlook to its full potential to organize E-mail, Calendars, Contacts, Tasks and more. The second part of the class will walk you through the fine details of Microsoft’s ingenious, multi-user, information gathering tool called One Note, and show you how it can help you to organize your information like a pro.

Students who are interested in challenging the Microsoft Office Outlook or OneNote Certification will find that this class prepares you to meet all of the skills measured.

COMP-1236Microsoft Project 2016
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Take an in-depth look at Microsoft Project 2016 for entering, updating, and reporting on project activities, time and people. This course will provide you with a detailed look at tracking, baseline and variance, what-if scenarios, Gantt chart formatting, task linking and organizing, time-tracking, variance, customization, and tracking of project financials. You will explore new concepts such as peak units and task inactivation. 

 
A study of the ‘Scheduler’ is included.

PDEV-9000PMP® Exam Preparation
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Prepare to write the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) certification examinations. This course will guide you through the knowledge areas, processes, practices, tools and techniques required to successfully pass the examination. You will take practice exams to learn the exam writing techniques. You will work in mentored study teams.


PMP® and CAPM® are a registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute.

PROJ-1005Organizational Change Management
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Study the theory behind, and practical application of, essential change management tools and techniques. Learn to employ strategies to assist you in recognizing, diagnosing, planning, implementing and sustaining organizational change.

Examine current change management issues facing organizations, executives, project teams and work groups, along with strategies to solve them.

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PROJ-1044Agile Project Management
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Learn how to utilize Agile knowledge, skills, tools and techniques as a Project Manager for software development projects. You will become familiar with the different Agile methodologies, tools and techniques, and create Agile release, iteration, and/or daily plans. You will learn how to manage customer expectations, collaborate, and consistently ensure products are providing business value. Learn how to monitor team performance, problem detection and resolution, conduct lessons learned, and perform continuous improvements for subsequent iterations.

PROJ-2008Program and Portfolio Management
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Develop a deeper theoretical understanding, working level competencies and knowledge in program and portfolio management. The course will balance theoretical and practical concepts practices through lectures, demonstrations, class discussions, exercises and assignments.

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PROL-1001Leadership and Corporate Accountability
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In this course, you will learn the corporate, financial, legal, social, professional, environmental, customer, operational and project responsibility and accountability of a project manager. Apply competencies and resources to build confidence, trust and loyalty in an organization and enhance a positive, ethical and professional corporate culture. As a leader, learn to align goals and objectives to support the success of the organization. You will learn strategies that create and maintain a positive and sustainable project climate.

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PROL-2000Project Management Methodologies
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You will be able to describe the generally recognized project management methodologies, such as Prince II and Lean (Agile). In this course, you will learn how to apply descriptive and prescriptive methodologies to meet project requirements. Strategies for adapting methodologies to a changing environment will be explored.

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PROL-2001Project Managing in the Workplace
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In the workplace, project managers and leaders have an ethical and legal responsibility to the people they manage. In this course, you will learn the skills necessary for working within a diverse workplace and providing leadership to create an environment of trust and confidence. You will learn strategies to work with human resource professionals within an organizational culture, values and practices.

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PROL-2002Capstone ProjectRPL
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Apply your skills as a manager of Project Management Portfolios, program and projects in the workplace. Use your leadership skills to apply PM practices within the framework of organizational skills and strategic plans to align projects that support and sustain organizational success while adapting methodologies to changing project and organizational requirements. Students are required to attend the college to present their final project.

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