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Online Offerings: Project Management And Quality

Certified Associate in Project Management, Self-Paced
34 Hours, Non-Credit, 3. 4 CEUs

This course is for undergraduate and graduate learners, new project managers, team members, and individuals who are preparing to sit for their CAPM® certification exam. This course satisfies the 23 hours of project management education requirement that allows eligible candidates to sit for the CAPM exam. The CAPM certification is for individuals new to or with limited experience in the field of project management and who do not meet the requirements for the PMP exam.

The course explores the terminology, tools and techniques that are required to take a project from the initiating process to planning, executing, controlling and closing. In addition to providing you with an overview of key concepts in PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fourth Edition (PMBOK), this course includes exercises intended to build confidence and raise the learners' chances of passing the CAPM Exam.

Course content includes: applying project initiation tools and techniques in order to develop a project charter and stakeholder management strategy; developing a flexible and practical project management plan covering the major project lifecycle processes and phases; explaining project execution's relationship to project planning, the factors that contribute to success, and the tools and techniques used; applying monitoring, control, and closing techniques to measure progress on the project and forecast project completion requirements; performing the sequence of steps a project manager must take to ensure a smooth project close and improvement on future projects and demonstrating exam strategies in preparation for the CAPM certification exam.

Textbook (included with cost of tuition): eBook - The Definitive Guide to Project Management: The fast track to getting the job done on time and on budget, 2/E. Sebastian Nokes, FT Press, 2007.

Certification: CAPM Certification
Certifying Body: Project Management Institute
*Please note that this course does not result in a learner receiving certification, but instead prepares the learner to sit for the certification exam.

Tuition: $699

REGISTER NOW! - Online, phone, fax, mail or in-person

This online course provides you the greatest possible flexibility, with open enrollment dates and up to six months to complete the course.

NOTE: Within 2-3 business days of registration, an e-mail with instructions on how to access this self-paced course will be sent to your HVCC e-mail account.

For more information, call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4827, or e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu.


Project Management Essentials, Self-Paced
34 Hours, Non-Credit, 3.4 CEUs

This course is for individuals in lower-level management and/or those who are new to management with 0-10 years of work experience.

The course provides an overview of the principle areas of project management and introduces you to the advantages and disadvantages of different organizational structures as well as the phases of an effective project management system. You will examine the key skills of a project manager and learn how to develop and apply those skills for project success. You will also gain an understanding of how to create a project schedule, resource plan and budget, as well as how to monitor and evaluate a project to manage time, cost, scope and resources.

Course content includes: describing the roles of Project Managers and their teams; identifying estimating methods; planning key activities related to a project; preparing a project plan; describing the importance of setting up a monitoring and control process and evaluating project performance.

Tuition: $149

REGISTER NOW! - Online, phone, fax, mail or in-person

This online course provides you the greatest possible flexibility, with open enrollment dates and up to six months to complete the course.

NOTE: Within 2-3 business days of registration, an e-mail with instructions on how to access this self-paced course will be sent to your HVCC e-mail account.

For more information, call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4827, or e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu.


Project Management Professional, Self-Paced
54 Hours, Non-Credit, 5.4 CEUs

This course is for project managers, team members, and individuals who are preparing to sit for their PMP certification exam. This course, in conjunction with additional outside reading and studying, satisfies the 35 contact hours for project management education that allows eligible candidates to sit for the PMP exam. Prior to enrolling in this course, you should have an understanding of project management, process management, project management knowledge areas, and process groups, as this course provides a high-level overview of these concepts. The PMP certification is for individuals who have significant experience in leading or directing projects and who meet the minimum three years of project management experience with a bachelor's degree, or minimum five-years of project management experience with a high school diploma or global equivalent.

The course explores the terminology, tools and techniques that are required to take a project from the initiating process to planning, executing, controlling and closing. In addition to providing learners with an overview of key concepts from PMI’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fourth Edition (PMBOK), this course is designed to build confidence and raise the learners' chances of passing the PMP Exam.

Course content includes: identifying the relationships between the Project Management Institute's (PMI) project management framework, five process groups, and nine bodies of knowledge; developing a flexible and practical project management plan covering the major project lifecycle processes and phases; explaining project execution's relationship to integration management, the factors that contribute to success, and the tools and techniques used; administering the processes for closing a project and completing project procurement and performing the preparation techniques, including identifying knowledge gaps, in order to significantly improve your chances of passing the PMP certification exam.

Textbook (included with cost of tuition): eBook - The Definitive Guide to Project Management: The fast track to getting the job done on time and on budget, 2/E. Sebastian Nokes, FT Press, 2007.

Certification: PMP Certification
Certifying Body: Project Management Institute
*Please note that this course does not result in a learner receiving certification, but instead prepares the learner to sit for the certification exam.

Tuition: $1,195

REGISTER NOW! - Online, phone, fax, mail or in-person

This online course provides you the greatest possible flexibility, with open enrollment dates and up to six months to complete the course.

NOTE: Within 2-3 business days of registration, an e-mail with instructions on how to access this self-paced course will be sent to your HVCC e-mail account.

For more information, call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4827, or e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu.


Six Sigma Black Belt, Self-Paced
69 Hours, Non-Credit, 6.9 CEUs

This course is for individuals who are familiar with Six Sigma Black Belt principles and are seeking to obtain a Black Belt Certification. Learners are expected to have a basic knowledge and understanding of Six Sigma processes, as well as statistics, project management, process management, project management knowledge areas, process groups, and Lean Six Sigma. Although it is not required that learners hold a certificate in Six Sigma Green Belt prior to taking this course, those learners with a Six Sigma Green Belt certification may benefit from their prior knowledge and understanding of overlapping concepts in both exams.

This course provides an overview of the key concepts for the Six Sigma Black Belt Certification exam. It explores process and team management, operational metrics, and key tools and techniques to achieve process excellence.

Course content includes: applying the Lean Six Sigma (LSS) model to create breakthroughs in profitability and growth in a business situation; designing effective teams to execute projects using the tools and techniques of Lean Six Sigma; implementing a sustainable process breakthrough using the Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control (DMAIC) methodology; analyzing a business process using different types of tools and techniques relevant to the Lean Six Sigma methodology and determining how to sustain process breakthrough improvements in the control phase of the Lean Six Sigma initiative during the process owner handover.

Textbook (included with cost of tuition): eBook - Six Sigma: Basic Tools and Techniques (NetEffect). Donna C. Summers, University of Dayton, Prentice Hall, 2007.

Certification: Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
Certifying Body: American Society for Quality
*Please note that this course does not result in a learner receiving certification, but instead prepares the learner to sit for the certification exam.

Tuition: $1,495

REGISTER NOW! - Online, phone, fax, mail or in-person

This online course provides you the greatest possible flexibility, with open enrollment dates and up to six months to complete the course.

NOTE: Within 2-3 business days of registration, an e-mail with instructions on how to access this self-paced course will be sent to your HVCC e-mail account.

For more information, call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4827, or e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu.


Six Sigma Green Belt, Self-Paced
69 Hours, Non-Credit, 6.9 CEUs

This course is for individuals who are familiar with Six Sigma Green Belt principles and are seeking to obtain a Green Belt Certification. Learners are expected to have a basic understanding and knowledge of Six Sigma processes, as well as statistics, project management, process management, project management knowledge areas, process groups, and Lean Six Sigma.

The course provides an overview of the key concepts for the Six Sigma Green Belt Certification test. It explores processes and team management, operational metrics, and key tools and techniques to achieve process excellence.

Course content includes: justifying the value of Six Sigma metrics; applying the design for Six Sigma (DFSS) process; applying the Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control (DMAIC) process to a potential project; analyzing the effects of statistical process control (SPC) on performance; applying design of experiments (DOE) to a potential project.

Textbook (included with cost of tuition): eBook- Six Sigma: Basic Tools and Techniques (NetEffect). Donna C. Summers, University of Dayton, Prentice Hall, 2007.

Certification: Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Certifying Body: American Society for Quality
*Please note that this course does not result in a learner receiving certification, but instead prepares the learner to sit for the certification exam.

Tuition: $695

REGISTER NOW! - Online, phone, fax, mail or in-person

This online course provides you the greatest possible flexibility, with open enrollment dates and up to six months to complete the course.

NOTE: Within 2-3 business days of registration, an e-mail with instructions on how to access this self-paced course will be sent to your HVCC e-mail account.

For more information, call (518) 629-4235 or 629-4827, or e-mail workforce@hvcc.edu.