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  • Title: c2 - c2 Training - IT Technical & Project Management Training
    Descriptive info: .. c2.. Connect on:.. Home.. Course Centre.. Project Management.. Professional Project Management.. Project Management Essentials.. Managing Project Requirements.. Scheduling & Cost Control Project Managers.. Project Leadership, Management & Communication.. Risk Management for Project Managers.. Negotiation Skills for Project Managers.. Managing Remote Project Teams.. Project Quality Management.. Project Procurement Management.. Earned Value Management.. Professional Project Management - Best Practice.. Professional Project Management - Exam Preparation.. PRINCE2 Foundation & Practitioner.. PRINCE2 Overview.. Agile Project Management Courses.. Agile Project Management.. Using Scrum in organistations.. Certified ScrumMaster.. Java.. Core Java Programming.. Advanced Java Programming.. Java Programming & XML.. Java Networking.. Java Virtual Machine (JVM).. Java & Java EE Open Source Testing Tools.. Java Enterprise Edition (EE).. Enterprise Java with Hibernate and Spring.. Developing Java Web Applications.. C/C++ Programming.. C Programming Techniques.. C++ Programming Fundamentals.. C++ for C Programmers.. Advanced C++ Programming.. C++ & STL Design Patterns.. Object Oriented C++ for Real-time Applications.. Unix/Linux.. Linux System Fundamentals.. Linux System Administration.. Windows Server Courses.. Windows Server 2008 - Server Administration.. Configuring Windows Server  ...   Intermediate.. Microsoft Access - Advanced.. Microsoft Excel - Introduction.. Microsoft Excel - Intermediate.. Microsoft Excel - Advanced.. Microsoft Excel - Dashboards.. Microsoft Excel - Macros.. Microsoft Excel - Expert.. Microsoft PowerPoint - Introduction.. Microsoft PowerPoint - Intermediate.. Microsoft PowerPoint - Advanced.. Microsoft Outlook - Introduction.. Microsoft Outlook - To Manage Your Time Efficiently.. Microsoft Project - Introduction.. Microsoft Project - Advanced.. Microsoft Publisher - Introduction.. Microsoft Visio - Introduction.. Testimonials.. About.. Contact.. c2 - performance through learning.. c2 is a learning services company focused on enhancing the value that our clients get from all aspects of their learning investment.. We focus on providing learner centric solutions that achieve two objectives - an engaging learning experience with real and measurable impacts on business performance.. c2 now boasts among its customer base, several of the largest companies in the software development, hardware manufacturing, pharmaceutical and telecommunications sectors.. These same organisations along with Ireland's foremost business development agency, Enterprise Ireland, and Cork City Enterprise Board are now key supporters of c2..

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  • Title: Course Centre for c2 training courses - c2
    Descriptive info: C/C++.. Windows Server.. XML.. Analysis Design.. Microsoft Office.. Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE).. NET.. Database.. Web Services.. Mobile..

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  • Title: Project Management Training Courses - c2
    Descriptive info: Scheduling Cost Control for Project Managers.. Project Leadership, Management Communication.. PRINCE2 Foundation Practitioner.. Project Management - Exam Preparation.. PMP Exam Preparation Course..

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  • Title: Professional Project Management - c2
    Descriptive info: Course Description.. This project management course is based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (.. PMBOK Guide.. ) to managing projects.. (PMI is the author and owner of the PMBOK Guide titled A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ).. The guiding principles of the PMBOK are as follows: Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Quality Management; Project Human Resource Management; Project Communications Management; Project Risk Management; Project Procurement Management.. One of the mandatory requirements set out by the PMI is that, in order to take a PMP examination a candidate must first satisfactorily complete 35 Professional Development Units (PDU s).. This course will cover 22 PDU s.. Course Duration.. 3 days.. Course Objectives.. On completion of this course delegates will understand the principles of the PMBOK as described above.. Course Content.. Course Introduction.. Administration, Objectives Introductions.. PMI Philosophy.. Basic principles of project management; What is a Project?; What is Project Management?.. PMI Body Of Knowledge.. Understanding project environments; Competencies for project managers.. Project Management Model.. PMI Process Groups; Processes Knowledge Areas.. Initiating Projects.. Understanding the business reasons for projects and how they are initiated in an orderly manner.. Planning Projects.. Identifying and defining  ...   very practical, with a large amount of the time spent working on a case study project; every aspect.. is reviewed, discussed and related back to the delegates own working environments.. Appendices.. PMI Certification, Professional Responsibility.. Who should attend?.. Project Managers who wish to progress to PMP status as outlined by the PMI.. Pre-requisites.. None.. Further information.. This course gives delegates a solid grounding of the principles of Project Management as outlined in the.. Should candidates wish to take the PMP examinations then they should consider completing our PMP Exam.. Preparation Course, as this will significantly improve the likelihood of passing the examinations on the first attempt.. Note that the pre-requisites to be invited to take the PMP examination, a candidate must have either.. (a) a Bachelor Degree or equivalent, along with 4500 hours of project management exposure within the last 3 years and must have completed 35 PDU s (training) with an authorised instructor or.. (b) 7500 hours of project management exposure within the last 5 years and must have completed 35 PDU s (training) with an authorised instructor.. Please note that these are.. not.. pre-requisites for attending the course itself but should be considered should delegates wish to apply for the optional PMP examinations..

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  • Title: Project Management Essentials - c2
    Descriptive info: This is an introductory Project Management training course covering the essential skills required for effective Project Management.. This course is based on the principles as outlined in the Project Management Body of Knowledge.. Guide (.. (PMI is the author and owner of the.. titled A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ).. 2 days.. On completion of this course delegates will develop the skills needed to manage projects more effectively.. Delegates will be able to apply a structured framework to the  ...   the delegates own working.. environments.. This is an introductory course targeted at those who need to use Project Management in the workplace.. The course aims to ensure that delegates will maximise their effectiveness in the management of everyday projects.. If delegates wish to pursue the avenue of PMP accreditation after completion of this course, then this course counts for 13 Professional Development Units (PDU s).. The PMI requires that 35 PDU s are completed before candidates are eligible to take the PMP examinations..

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  • Title: Managing Remote Project Teams - c2
    Descriptive info: This course enables the project team to understand the principles practice of effective requirements management from concept to project closure.. This includes the selection of tools techniques, evaluations to verify requirements, thus avoiding embarrassing costly rework.. This task aspect of requirements management is supported by the.. essential job of managing the varied relationships within the stakeholder group.. Workshops case study provide the opportunity for delegates to practice the learnings.. This course will help you learn how to:.. Engage, then develop and gain agreement about requirements to meet the business objectives.. Use requirements management throughout the project life cycle.. Utilise customer relationship tools techniques as a part of requirements management.. Implement an approach to change management process to assure scope control, thus avoiding scope creep.. Administration, Objectives, Overview of PMI and current course.. The  ...   non-functional requirements; Requirements definition tools techniques.. Evaluation Approval.. Selection of tools techniques; Requirement/prototype review; Risk assessment from the business technical viewpoints; Using acceptance criteria to validate the outcomes; Reviews baselining.. Change Management.. Utilising configuration management change control within the requirements process; Managing scope creep; Managing stakeholder perceptions relating to changes in requirements.. Workshops Case Study.. Workshops and a case study provide delegates with the opportunity to practice some of the theory that they have.. learned on the course.. Project Managers that want to learn more about managing project requirements and who recognise that Requirements Management is a key factor that impacts on project success.. Further Information.. For delegates who wish to apply for or maintain accreditations offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI ) this course gives 13 Professional Development Units (PDU s)..

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  • Title: Scheduling & Cost Control Project Managers - c2
    Descriptive info: Project Management - Scheduling Cost Control.. This training course is based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (.. This is a global standard of best practice which covers most aspects of managing a project.. However, this particular course focuses on the detail of planning and controlling the project.. On completion of this course delegates will have clear practical approaches to producing effective project plans, and to using those plans to steer the project through to a successful conclusion.. Using effective tools the project manager.. will be able to produce comprehensive schedules, with meaningful estimates and sensible resource assignments.. The project manager will then be able to use the plans to control both the time and costs of the project.. Administration, Objectives; the project lifecycle, and the planning cycle; inputs to the planning process; the TCQ triangle.. Establishing the Task List.. A reminder of work breakdown structures and their uses; definition  ...   Chart; creating baselines; cost curves.. Project Control.. Measuring progress; variances; managing issues and requests for change; reporting and presenting progress.. information.. Specific techniques for controlling cost, and forecasting potential outcomes.. Project Closure.. Scope verification; administrative closeout; filing; archiving; dealing with outstanding issues.. Exercises.. There are a series of exercises on this course, to illustrate the main learning points.. These exercises are based on one.. case-study scenario, which progresses through all of the project lifecycle, enabling delegates to apply all of the techniques at the appropriate times.. This course is designed for project managers who must bring about a successful outcome in an uncertain and changing business and technical environment.. This course is designed to focus only on the detailed scheduling and cost control aspects of managing projects.. Attendees will be issued with a detailed certificate valid for 22 PDU s (Professional Development Units) required to achieve PMI (Project Management Institute ) certification..

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  • Title: Project Leadership, Management & Communication - c2
    Descriptive info: This 3-day course is based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (.. This is a global standard of best practise which covers most aspects of managing a project.. However, this particular course focuses on aspects of project management which are related to the human resources, however temporary or.. part-time.. On completion of this course delegates will have clear practical approaches to getting the best out of their project team.. Entrenched views of what makes people contribute to a project will be identified, discussed and challenged, and delegates will be encouraged to share their views and attitudes with each other.. Administration, Objectives; differences between leadership and management.. Project Team Building.. A classic study of what turns a group of individuals into a team, and some practical ways of bringing this about; the Tuckman cycle.. Effective Delegation.. The whole raison d etre of a project team is to accomplish more work than the project manager can deliver him/her self.. Some safe ways of achieving this are considered.. Motivation.. It is the responsibility of the project manager to get the best  ...   become fully effective.. Managing Conflict on Project Teams.. Proactive and reactive strategies for avoiding and managing conflict in the project team are highlighted.. Team Strengths.. A well-respected way of identifying and measuring the behaviours and attitudes that people bring to the team situation is examined.. Understanding Communications.. Several theories of interpersonal communications are discussed, and their applicability to project teams is established.. Approaches to negotiation in a project environment are identified.. Project Manager as Agent of Change.. The project manager must be able to develop strategic and tactical plans for implementing change.. There are several exercises on this course, to illustrate the main learning points.. These exercises are undertaken.. in a non-personal manner.. This course is designed for project managers who are tasked with building a temporary project team from resources that do not report to the project manager in any line management capacity.. This course focuses only on the people aspects of managing projects.. Attendees will be issued with a detailed certificate valid for 22 PDUs (Professional Development Units) required to achieve PMI (Project Management Institute ) certification..

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  • Title: Risk Management for Project Managers - c2
    Descriptive info: - A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ).. However, this particular course focuses on managing the risks in a project, from the very conception of the idea through to project delivery and.. closure.. On completion of this course delegates will have clear practical approaches to identifying, classifying and managing risks on their projects.. Using effective tools the project manager will be able to identify and manage risk from Project.. Initiation through Planning, Execution, Control and on to Project Closure.. Administration,  ...   risks to the project as a whole; formal risk approaches; financial considerations; risk transfer.. Risk Management during Planning.. Risk workshops; qualitative analysis and response planning; quantitative analysis; decision-trees; evaluation software; prevention, avoidance, acceptance.. Documentation.. Risk register; ownership; communication and reporting.. Risk Management during Execution.. Monitoring the risk register; triggers; activating the contingency plans; work-arounds.. Risk Reporting.. Keeping key players informed.. Preserving the risk management knowledge, and communicating it forward to future projects.. Professional Development Units) required to achieve PMI (Project Management Institute ) certification..

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  • Title: Risk Management for Project Managers - c2
    Descriptive info: This course is based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (.. This.. is a global standard of best practice which covers most aspects of managing a project.. However, this particular course focuses on the opportunities for improving the project manager s ability to negotiate.. Project managers negotiate continuously, but usually on an informal and unplanned basis.. They must reach agreement with suppliers for input to the project, with customers concerning what the project will deliver, and with project team members over their availability and input to the project.. Improving the project manager s ability to conduct both formal and informal negotiations will contribute significantly towards a successful project.. On completion of this practical course delegates will have a clearer understanding of their own personal strengths in negotiation, practical strategies for planning and conducting successful negotiations, and a series of guidelines for integrating these  ...   issues; areas of conflict.. Strategies.. Establishing interests, options, criteria; bridging, reframing, educating.. Best Alternative To Negotiated Agreement.. Definition; need to negotiate; strengthening the need.. Negotiating within the Project Team.. Determining roles; identifying interests; defining the process.. Managing Conflict.. Dealing with conflict in a negotiation; personal strengths; conflict escalation.. Negotiating Between Teams.. Establishing an approach; identifying interests; analyse your own situation.. There is role-play on this course, to illustrate the main learning points.. Delegates will be expected to participate in several negotiation exercises, in order to practise some of the techniques discussed on the course.. This course is designed for all project managers who achieve project success through other people.. This course is designed to focus only on the negotiation skills required for project managers.. Attendees will be issued with a detailed certificate valid for 13 PDUs (Professional Development Units) required to achieve PMI certification..

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  • Title: Managing Remote Project Teams - c2
    Descriptive info: Many organisations are required to operate globally, and many projects employ teams of skilled people recruited from a range of locations.. This situation, whilst helping to ensure that the most appropriate people are assigned to a project team, can bring practical problems for the project manager.. This situation can be further complicated if the team members come from a variety of cultural backgrounds, and still further if the relationship between project manager and team members is defined by a commercial contract.. This course focuses on the aspects of project management which are made more difficult when the project team is remote from the project manager.. The course is based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (.. PMBOK.. Guide.. This is a global standard of best practise which covers most aspects of managing a.. project.. On completion of this course delegates will have clear practical strategies for running a project with a remote team, ranging from the techniques of project planning, execution and control through the people skills of dealing with.. cultural differences to an awareness of some of the commercial contract aspects of project management.. Administration Objectives.. The Challenges of Remote Teams.. An overview of the potential effects of  ...   describes a simple approach to improving the process whereby new team members will get up to.. speed.. Remote Team Issues during Project Execution.. Making sure that all members of the project team are fully mobilised and engaged in the project.. Delegation is a key tool in the process of team management.. A practical approach is described.. Remote Team Issues during Project Control.. Approaches to getting facts with which to manage the project.. Managing Projects Across Cultural.. Boundaries.. Identifying and dealing with some classic problems of communicating across cultural boundaries.. Strategies for avoiding and dealing with conflict in the project team.. Project Team Leadership.. A well-known approach to creating a healthy relationship between the project manager and the team members.. Project Managers who are undertaking projects where some or all of the project team is remote from the manager.. Remote in this context may refer to geographical remoteness, organisation distance (e.. g.. in a supplier or partner.. organisation) or simply culturally different.. This course is designed to focus only on those areas of the typical project lifecycle that can be severely affected by project team dispersion.. Delegates shoud have experience of working on projects or should be in a Project Management role..

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