BICSI-PM102: Applied Telecommunications Project Management
Understanding Project Management from Bid to Completion
Proper project management is the foundation of any successful project. This course provides learners with the tools and templates to successfully manage an ICT project throughout the entire project lifecycle.
This course is designed to provide ICT professionals an opportunity to build on their existing project management skills while also exploring the steps and thought processes behind the basic principles and information necessary for managing a successful telecommunications project. A successful ICT project manager requires knowledge of project management and knowledge of the telecommunications process (e.g., codes, standards, installation methods, telecommunications design).
This five-day course provides a hands-on approach to managing real-world ICT design and installation projects and covers key steps required during the project initiation, implementation, execution and closing phases.
The PM102 course will address the following areas:
- Designing a Project Charter
- Creating a Project Safety Plan
- Templates for Managing Project Risk
- Project scheduling
- Project Stakeholder Identification
- Cost management – EVM development
- Develop a Procurement plan
- Change management Tools
- Conduct Lessons Learned
- ICT Project Documentation
- Build Network Diagrams
- Leadership and Team Management
Who Should Attend?
- Candidates preparing to take the RTPM exam
- Individuals seeking a career in ICT project management
- Installers seeking advancement to lead technicians
- Data center professionals managing ICT projects
- Architects/engineers who manage ICT projects
What’s In It For Me?
You will not only learn how to manage projects from start to finish, you will be better prepared to apply these management concepts and skills in real-world situations.
Required / Encouraged materials needed for class
Telecommunications Project Management Manual (TPMM), 1st edition.
Recommended: Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone device.