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  • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 5 - Project Change Control and Closure

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    In the Project Change Control and Closure course, you'll learn how to manage changes to projects through a formal change control process, and pick up guidance on properly closing a project - or a phase of a project.

    Project managers and project team members develop subject matter expertise because of project development. This expertise, in turn, helps to drive necessary changes in project activities. One activity a seasoned project manager always plans for is change. In Project Change Control and Closure, you'll learn how to manage changes to project through a formal change control process. You'll also pick up guidance on properly closing a project or a phase of a project. The course incorporates the procedures and processes of the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), specifically the Perform Integrated Change Control and the Close Project or Phase processes. (Intermediate – 1.5 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Manage changes through a formal change control process.
    • Explain how to properly close a project or a phase of a project.
    • Describe the procedures and processes of the Perform Integrated Change Control and the Close Project or Phase processes.

  • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 4 - Execution, Monitoring and Controlling

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    In this course, you will learn about two significant processes that are part of the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK): the Direct and Manage Project Execution and the Monitor and Control Project work processes.

    In the Execution, Monitoring and Controlling course, you will learn about two significant processes that are part of the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK): the Direct and Manage Project Execution and the Monitor and Control Project work processes. Activities related to these processes represent the bulk of a project manager's duties during a project. Upon the completion of this course, you'll more fully understand the intricacies of leading a project team through project activity execution, monitoring and control. (Intermediate – 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Define the activities related to the Direct and Manage Project Work and the Monitor and Control Project work processes. 
    • More fully understand the intricacies of leading a project team through project activity execution, monitoring, and control. 
    • Describe what is involved in leading a project team through project activity execution, monitoring, and control.

  • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 3 - Project Management Process Groups

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    In this course you will learn that while project processes provide the way a project can produce a successful project, there are other key elements: knowledge, experience, expertise, and ability to lead a team.

    Project management has helped deliver some of mankind's biggest achievements. And while project management permits effective delivery of products and services, there are plenty of examples where projects have missed their mark and delivered less than stellar results. The reason for this is process. For a project to be managed successfully, the project manager and team must adhere to processes that will drive the project through its life cycle in a way that will meet specifications and the expectations of the project's sponsor. In Project Management Process Groups, you will see that, while project processes provide the way a project can produce a successful project, there are other key elements: knowledge, experience, expertise, and ability to lead a team – all of which the project manager must be able to deliver in conjunction with project processes. (Intermediate – 1.5 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Describe the processes contained within each process group.
    • Explain the processes which the project manager and team must follow to drive the project through its life cycle in a way that will meet specifications and the expectations of the project’s sponsor.
    • Clarify the key elements necessary to lead a team: knowledge, experience, expertise, and ability.

  • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 2 - Managing Projects Within Organizations

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    In this course, you'll see how the concepts of project management have been applied throughout history and develop skills and understand fundamental concepts that will enable you to deliver projects with greater levels of proficiency and optimization.

    During this training course, you'll see how the concepts of project management have been applied throughout history -- from the building of the pyramids of Egypt and the moon landing to the smaller-scale projects handled by businesses every day. This course will you develop skills and understand fundamental concepts that will enable them to deliver projects with greater levels of proficiency and optimization. (Intermediate – 1.5 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Understand fundamental concepts regarding the delivery of projects. 
    • Earn hours that contribute to the educational requirements set forth by the Project Management Institute for both CAPM and PMP certification examinations.
    • Apply various project management techniques.

  • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 1 - Project Management Overview

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    During this course you will discover the basics of project management by studying the history and development of project management and learn how manufacturing, world events, and education shaped today's life cycle processes.

    Discover the basics of what the project management profession is all about. Begin by studying the history and development of project management, as you observe how manufacturing, world events, and education shaped today's lifecycle processes. You'll spend time learning about the individuals and programs that established project practices and principles. You will also concentrate on the elements that define a project. Overall, you'll begin to understand how project management contributes to the development of products, goods and services. (Intermediate – 1.25 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Define “Project.”
    • Explain the anatomy of a project, the project management lifecycle, and PMI.
    • Identify key characteristics of the Project Management Institute and their Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).

  • PMI-PMP Examination Preparation Package: PMBOK Guide 6th Edition

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    This exclusive training package will prepare you for the PMP® certification examination based on the PMBOK Guide 6th edition. Upon completion of this package, you will have the required amount of contact hours to sit for the PMP® Certification Examination (35 hours), and have the knowledge required to successfully pass the PMP® Certification Examination.

    The Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is one of the industry's most respected and in-demand certifications. The growing need for project managers has called for many companies across industries to require the PMP® certification for employment. This exclusive training bundle will prepare you for the PMP® certification examination based on the PMBOK Guide 6th edition. (Intermediate – 41.5 hours).
     
    Upon completion of this package you will have the required amount of contact hours to sit for the PMP® Certification Examination (35 hours), and have the knowledge required to successfully pass the PMP® Certification Examination. After the completion of this package, you will obtain 37.5 PDUs.

    Courses included in the PMI-PMP Examination Preparation Package include:
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 1 – Project Management Overview - RVLS-2856a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 2 – Managing Projects within Organizations - RVLS-2857a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 3 – Project Management Process Groups - RVLS-2858a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 4 – Execution, Monitoring and Controlling - RVLS-2860a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 5 – Project Change Control and Closure - RVLS-2861a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 6 – Initiation Basics, Developing a Project Charter and Project Management Plan - RVLS-2862a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 7 – Collecting Requirements and Defining Scope - RVLS-2863a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 8 – Monitor and Control Project Scope - RVLS-2864a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 9 – Defining and Sequencing Project Activities - RVLS-2865a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 10 – Developing and Controlling the Project Schedule - RVLS-2867a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 11 – Estimating Activity Resources and Duration - RVLS-2868a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 12 – Controlling Costs RVLS-2869a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 13 – Estimating and Budgeting Project Costs - RVLS-2859a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 14 – Project Quality Planning - RVLS-2870a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 15 – Quality Assurance and Cost Control - RVLS-2871a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 16 – Managing Projects for Human Resources - RVLS-2873a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 17 – Planning Projects for Human Resources - RVLS-2874a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 18 – Processes for Managing Project Communications - RVLS-2875a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 19 – Stakeholders and the Communication Management Plan - RVLS-2876a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 20 – Identifying Project Risks - RVLS-2877a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 21 – Performing Risk Analysis - RVLS-2878a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 22 – Risk Management Planning - RVLS-2879a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 23 – Risk Response, Monitor and Control - RVLS-2880a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 24 – Managing Procurement During Your Project - RVLS-2881a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 25 – Planning Procurement for Your Project - RVLS-2882a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 26 – Stakeholder Identification and Planning - RVLS-2883a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 27 – Project Stakeholder Engagement and Communication - RVLS-2884a
    • PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: Test Me – Project Management Professional (PMP)® - RVLS-2887

  • LEED v4: Building Design and Construction

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    This one-hour course specifically covers the LEED for Building Design and Construction, known commonly as LEED BD+C.

    Are you aware that Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED Version 4 is now officially adopted by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC)? The goal of sustainable development is to create healthy environments through environmentally responsible planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance. The heart of the sustainable building movement is the USGBC LEED Green Building Rating System for buildings. This course specifically covers the LEED for Building Design and Construction, known commonly as LEED BD+C. This course discusses the background of the LEED BD+C credit rating system and covers recent changes to the system, including the addition of new market sectors, simplified LEED credit submittal requirements, step-by-step reference guide materials with videos and tutorials, and a more intuitive technology platform. Other recent changes include the focus on outcomes to aid in building management, as well as the addition of new impact categories. (Fundamental – 1 hour).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Discuss the origins of the LEED Building Design and Construction within the USGBC LEED Green Building rating system for buildings.
    • Discuss the differences among the credit rating systems in LEED version 4.0.
    • Recognize the importance of meeting the prerequisites to the categories of LEED BD+C.
    • Identify criteria to best reach LEED BD+C credit rating goals.
    • Explain the intent and requirements of LEED BD+C credit categories.
    • Describe strategies for achieving exemplary performance where applicable.

  • Introduction to ASHRAE 189.1-2011: Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings

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    This three-hour, introductory course will introduce participants to the ASHRAE 189.1-2011 standard.

    This three-hour, introductory course will introduce participants to the ASHRAE 189.1-2011 standard. The stated intent for the creation of this standard is to specify and provide minimum requirements for the location, design, construction, and operation and maintenance (O&M) of high-performance green buildings. This course will cover the fundamental requirements of the standard; explain how these requirements are met; outline challenges presented by the various components of this standard; and present the relationship of the 189.1 standard with other current standards (e.g., ASHRAE 55, ASHRAE 62.1, ASHREA 90.1) and criterion (e.g., LEED). (Fundamental – 3 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, participants will understand the following:
    • List standards for site design, location, and vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
    • Name means of water efficiency.
    • Summarize how energy efficiency for the welfare of the public can be utilized.
    • Describe how sustainable and low VOC materials can be utilized to maintain the health of the public.
    • Explain why indoor environmental quality is key to maintaining the welfare of the public.

  • Green Design: Introduction to Indoor Environmental Air Quality (Based on LEED v4)

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    This two-hour course is intended to address human contribution to climate change that is related to energy use in buildings.

    There is consensus among most scientists that the climate of the earth is changing in the direction of higher temperatures and that some of the change is anthropomorphic (caused by human activity). This course is intended to address that portion of the human contribution to climate change that is related to energy use in buildings. Upon completion of the course, you should be able to understand the ways buildings use energy and how buildings can be designed for high energy performance. You should be aware of activities and plans for improving building designs in the future. You will gain an understanding of the requirements of the Energy and Atmosphere category of LEED v4 Building Design and Construction (BD+C). (Fundamental – 2 hours)

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • Explain the relationship between building energy use and the larger issues of climate change and environmental degradation.
    • Recognize the positions and activities of governmental and professional organizations in this subject area.
    • Discuss sustainability ratings for buildings and understand in detail the requirements of one of those systems, USGBC’s LEED ® Rating System.
    • Recall the current sources of energy for buildings and their environmental effects.
    • Describe in some detail how buildings use energy, the variables affecting how they perform for energy efficiency, and how energy can be produced by buildings.
    • Restate how digital models are used in high performance building design and how commissioning and maintenance affect actual results.
    • Discuss how to implement the LEED v4 BD+C Energy and Atmosphere credits and integrate them into project design.

  • The WELL Building Standard

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    This interactive three-hour online course introduces the WELL Building Standard and discusses unique "features" (known as “credits” in LEED) to certify projects and gain the credential.

    How well does your building fit your tenants? Do your employees need a place to walk or work out? This interactive online course introduces the WELL Building Standard and discusses unique "features" (known as “credits” in LEED) to certify projects and gain the credential. We will discuss the application of the WELL standard to a hypothetical case study, conducting a feature-by-feature analysis and comparing the building before and after the standard is applied. (Fundamental – 3 hours).

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    • List the rules of the WELL Building Standard™ (version1) and how to apply them across the three project types: new and existing buildings, new and existing interiors, and core and shell.
    • Define Biophilia, its importance within the building environment, its impacts on human health, and how the MIND section in the WELL Building Standard™ (version1) promotes Biophilia indoors (Feature 88: Biophilia I-Qualitative) and outdoors (Feature 100: Biophilia II-Quantitative).
    • Describe how the FITNESS section of the WELL Building Standard™ (version1) promotes active furnishings within the workplace by illustrating Feature 71: Active Furnishings in a before and after scenario showing a schematic office layout.
    • Describe how the WELL Building Standard™ (version1) effects workplace kitchen and cafeteria design to promote a healthy food culture through illustrating examples from the Nourishment section, including Feature 45: Food Advertising, Feature 46: Safe Food Preparation Materials, Feature 47: Serving Sizes, Feature 50 Food Storage, and Feature 52: Mindful Eating.