– Do not learn by reading. Write and learn!
– Do not learn by listening. Speak and learn!
– Do not learn by getting. Create and learn!
– Do not learn by watching. Act and learn!
Extend your Project Management knowledge by performing a REAL project, real EXPEDITION.
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Most training use classroom format with “paper-based” simulated project cases. This approach does not allow participants to feel all aspects of being involved in a simulated project. Our training format brings you an innovative way of getting knowledge and improving your skills with the REAL project. You will face all difficulties which the project manages faces in his work. Moreover, our trainer will teach you HOW to deal with these difficulties.
- Use of mountain expedition as a project.
- Ability to act as project manager facing risks and other project life-cycle difficulties.
- Mixing classroom workshops and outdoor practice.
- Post-training consulting support for 60 days.
- Participants will receive their Personal Profile Analysis.
- Those who prepare for PMP and want to structure their knowledge about PMBOK.
- Project managers. No matter what experience.
- Project administrators.
- Employees of PMO.
- Project Team Members
- Expedition Leaders
- Expedition Organizers
- Project initiation
- Team building
- Project planning
- Risk management
- Procurement management
- Definition of budget
- Project performing
- Lessons learning
- Kickoff Meeting.
- Create a Project Charter.
- Assign Roles and responsibilities.
- Pass DISC testing.
- Analyze results.
- Assign roles based on the PPA profile.
- Create a communication field.
- Planning of the expedition preparation.
- Risk Management session
- Create a risk register.
- Analyze risks.
- Complete risk response actions.
- Procurement planning.
- Create an expedition procurement plan.
- Update project schedule with works related to procurement.
- Prepare Expedition.
- Organize logistics to the climbing start point.
- Get the necessary equipment and ammunition.
- Prepare detailed “Expedition Roadmap”.
- Go/No-Go Decision.
- Lessons learned
The knowledge and skills
- Improve project management skills.
- Tune-up and receive knowledge about management project using PMBOK methodology.
- Determinate and improve leadership skills.
- Increase practice experience in using PM tools.
- Plan and perform a real project.
- Skills to manage a project team.