Project Management for Learning Professionals Certificate

Preconference Certificate Program

Project Management for Learning Professionals Certificate
May 15-16, 2020, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day

About This Certificate Program
It’s normal to begin with good intentions, but once a new talent development project is underway the initiative can take on a life of its own. In this workshop, developed in partnership with Russell Martin & Associates, you will learn to better manage critical management phases so you can deliver learning and performance solutions that meet your organization’s goals.

This project management training course provides a simplified method, repeatable yet flexible, along with concrete steps to improve your project management skills. You’ll take with you a comprehensive approach to planning, tracking, resourcing, and managing learning projects.

Why You Should Attend

  • Build a project plan including schedules, resource allocations, and budgets.
  • Create criteria for monitoring and reporting progress, including control point identification charts, project costing charts, and milestone charts.
  • Identify and manage project risks, while also determining and anticipating changes that occur during project execution

Who Should Attend
This workshop is designed for learning and performance professionals who are involved in one or more of the following areas:

  • Accurately estimating project duration
  • Planning, tracking, and monitoring multiple WLP projects
  • Communicating project status to stakeholders
  • Managing resources and reporting progress
  • Managing external suppliers

Facilitator
Nadine Martin

Registration
ATD Member: US $1,395
Nonmember: US $1,595

Register Today
Learn how you can be more effective in planning, organizing, and controlling your projects.
“In my preconference Certificate I made connections with people I could go out to dinner with to discuss our hopes and plans for the conference, as well as the challenges we faced in our roles back at home. I was able to pick these same faces out of the crowd during sessions and keynotes, making the conference feel friendlier and granting me the confidence to engage with other attendees whom I did not know.”
- Crystal Downey, Senior Talent Systems and Learning Specialist