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    Project Risk Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Risk Management Planning(PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Identifying Project Risks (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Performing Risk Analysis (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Risk Response and Control (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Communications Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Plan and Manage Project Communications (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Control Project Communications (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Human Resource Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Planning Project Human Resources (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Managing Project Human Resources (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Quality Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Plan Quality Management (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Quality Assurance and Quality Control (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Cost Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Planning Project Costs (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Controlling Project Costs (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Time Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Defining and Sequencing Project Activities (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)) +Estimating Activity Resources and Durations (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Developing and Controlling the Project Schedule (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Scope Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Project Requirements and Defining Scope (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)+Creating the Work Breakdown Structure (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Monitoring and Controlling Project Scope (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Integration Management (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Integrated Initiation and Planning (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Direct, Monitor, and Control Project Work (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Controlling Changes and Closing a Project (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Management Essentials – (PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition-aligned)

    +Managing Projects within Organizations (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Project Management Overview (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition) +Project Management Process Groups (PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)
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    Project Management for Non-Project Managers

    +Project Management Fundamentals +Transitioning into a Project Management Role +Initiating and Planning a Project +Managing a Project +Troubleshooting and Closing the Project +Project Management for Non-project Managers Simulation +Handling a Change Request +Mitigating Risks When Improving Processes +Ethics and Risks: Why they Matter for Project Success +Managing Projects with No Direct Authority +Supporting Project Managers +Ensuring Management Buy-in on a Project +Managing Conflict in Project Teams +Managing Scope on a Project +Weighing the Costs of Project Change +Managing Vendor Relationships +Anticipating and Solving Problems as a Project Champion +Addressing Stakeholder Conflicts +Portfolios, Programs, and Projects: What's the Difference? +Controlling Project Cost +Project Management Essentials
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    Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced Project

    +Advanced Customizing with Project 2010 +Advanced Tools for Managing Multiple Projects with Project 2010 +Advanced Resource Management with Project 2010 +Advanced Scheduling Management with Project 2010 +Advanced Reporting and Management Tools in Project 2010
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    Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Project

    +Introduction to Project Management using Project 2010 +Introduction to Project 2010 +Initializing a Project with Project 2010 +Defining Project Properties in Project 2010 +Building a Schedule with Project 2010 +Creating Resources in Project 2010 +Managing Resource Assignments with Project 2010 +Monitoring Schedule Performance with Project 2010 +Communicating Project Information with Project 2010
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    Online & Classroom PMP Exam Training in Dubai is a product of 3FOLD, we offers Project Management Professional (PMP) courses in Dubai & Online , training and seminars to prepare students for various international certifications in Dubai & Qatar. we helped more than 12,000 students worldwide in their international certification needs. PMP is the highest form of certification for project management professionals and engineers. It is given by the Project Management Institute USA and highly valued all over the globe. We appreciate your interest to enhance your professional qualification with PMP and would be glad to assist you with the same. Kindly check the link for course objectives and outline Top 5 reasons for earning a PMI Certification. Flexibility ü PMI certifications are not based on one specific methodology, so they’re flexible and adaptable. You can easily transfer them between industries, market segments and geographic locations. Further more details visit us
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    Project Management for Business

    From goal planning to troubleshooting to learning strategies to keep projects on track, on budget, and on time, TrainingToday's new Project Management for Business library is your go-to source for essential project management training.
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    Run More Effective Meetings

    Facilitate productive and purposeful meetings; Plan more effective meetings; Develop more powerful meeting agendas; Conduct more effective teleconferences & virtual meetings; Manage personalities more effectively; Have the correct and necessary people attend your meeting; Increase the overall attendance of your meetings; Enhance your reputation as a powerful meeting leader; Politely and assertively enforce meeting management rules and guidelines; Accomplish more results in your meetings; Run more effective meetings
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    Interpersonal Skills for Teams

    Establish work teams that get along and get the job done…Work more effectively with different types of people & personalities…Develop interpersonal skills that generate harmony and allow people to work together…Improve cooperation & morale between people and teams…Reduce frustration and antagonism…Increase individual, team and department productivity and effectiveness…Reduce conflict through proactive communication actions…Resolve conflict through improved interpersonal problem solving techniques…Increase morale and build more productive teams…Deal with negative or aggressive behaviors more successfully…Handle emotions more appropriately with interpersonal skills for teams training…Increase the cooperation and collaboration of individuals, teams and departments…Improve the lines of communication and the flow of information…Apply the most effective skills to be a valuable team contributor
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    Successful Project Management Skills

    Plan, manage and control projects more successfully - Increase project cooperation and communication - Coordinate the tasks more effectively - Enhance the spirit of teamwork among project team members - Reduce new product development cycle - Deliver projects consistently on time and within budget - Reduce the time required to plan and manage projects - Provide management, clients or customers with the project information quickly - Define up-front project scope and deliverables even when your client/customer isn't sure what they really want - More clearly identify work requirements - Develop more accurate and realistic time and performance estimates - Schedule projects more accurately – Spot & mitigate problems more quickly - Enhance people skills to effectively motivate and communicate with your team – Develop risk analyses & contingency plans – Create project post postmortems and lessons learned
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    Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving Power ToolsSM

    Program based on definition by National Council for Excellence in Critical Thinking. OBJECTIVES o Solve problems, make effective decisions o Prioritize decisions for effectiveness, efficiency o Make better decisions with limited data o Minimize poor decisions; neutralize stress OUTLINE What are Critical Thinking, Creative Problem Solving? o Define principle o Strengths, Challenges o Meet business challenges Use art, science of critical thinking o Role of values, facts o Challenge knowledge, beliefs, facts, assumptions o Methods to explore alternatives, stimulate thinking Creative critical-thinking; o Use Clarity methodology; proven results o Develop solution options, plan o Make decision with confidence, test decisions Develop action plan to improve critical thinking. IMPLEMENTATION o Interactive o Customized workshops on your issues o Web-based follow-up to answer questions, share experiences
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    Managing Very Small Projects: Applying Project Management to Software Maintenance

    The Challenge IT shops often spend 50 - 80% of their time on application maintenance. This work usually consists of large numbers of change requests (defect repairs and enhancements) that take from hours to a few weeks to complete. Can standard Project Management practice be applied effectively to this work? For other Project Management courses please visit
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    Software projects present their own unique set of characteristics and concerns, including development costs, speed of completion, quality and reliability. Mastering best practices estimation and risk management techniques is critical if one expects to deliver projects on time and within budget. This workshop not only helps students become more proficient at estimating the parameters of a project’s time, cost and performance, but demonstrates the most effective methods of identifying and quantifying risks as well. PDUs = 16. For other Project Management courses please visit