• In partnership with the Indiana Department of Education, Indiana CTO Council is pleased to offer training in Project Management tools and techniques. This training can assist CTOs in their work to plan, execute, monitor, and control the many projects that are undertaken each year.

     

    2018 Project Management Training

    New for 2018, a one day Project Management class. 

    • Date: July 17, 2018 
    • Time: 8:00am to 5:00pm with an hour break for lunch on your own
    • Place: Center Grove IT Center, 2789 Trojan Lane, Greenwood, IN

     The cost of the training is as follows:

    • CoSN Members: $50 per person
    • Non-members: $75 per person
    • Check or PO can be sent to:
      • Indiana CTO Council
        c/o Plymouth Community Schools, Attn: Bruce Johnson
        701 Berkley St
        Plymouth, IN 46563
      • Or email to bjohnson@plymouth.k12.in.us 

     

    To register for this opportunity, please complete this form: https://goo.gl/forms/6ueDejKWIaoz2CU13 

     

    Project Management Training Class Description

    by Purdue University Manufacturing Extension Partnership

    Project management, with its many tools, techniques, and activities, can be intimidating and complex. In this workshop, you'll learn the basics of project management and gain a solid foundation upon which to begin to (or continue to) build your project management skills. Topics include the project lifecycle; key tasks and tools for project initiation, planning, execution, and monitoring and controlling; and keys to project success. You'll also have an opportunity to assess your project management skills as well as practice using key project management tools.

     

    Objectives:
    - Define “project management” and describe different approaches to project management.
    - Describe a project life cycle.
    - List key activities/tasks in each phase of the project lifecycle.
    - Describe key tools used at each phase of the project lifecycle.
    - List best practices for managing a project.

     

    Intended audience: engineers, technicians, team leaders, and other personnel who have responsibility for managing projects; no experience in project management is required.