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An old saying about project work among experienced project managers is “the first 90% of a project is the easiest, the second 90% is the hardest”. Getting organized and managing your time are skills that may benefit anyone at work or at home. These skills are normally acquired as we find out what does and does not work at the expense of numerous challenges or failures. Learn time tested approaches to prioritizing your work and managing your time, free up more time in your day and accomplish more...doing it on your time.

1 session

Start date: 04/01/17

End date: 04/01/17

Weekly - Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (4/1/2017-4/1/2017)

Tuition: $79.00

Materials Fee: $20.00

Room :  Community Education Room 7



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Poor requirements definition in conjunction with a lack of adequate change management and control procedures to requirements is a primary contributor to challenged and failed projects. This workshop will provide you with the knowledge, tools and techniques required to minimize or avoid requirements related problems. Industry standard templates will be provided to complete workshop exercises. In this workshop you’ll learn how to: • Develop and document complete project requirements. • Implement and manage a change and configuration management approach. • Use the WBS to link deliverables, scope, requirements, work, and risks. • Describe benefits of requirements gathering. • Apply techniques to prioritize requirements.

1 session

Start date: 04/08/17

End date: 04/08/17

Weekly - Sat 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (4/8/2017-4/8/2017)

Tuition: $99.00

Materials Fee: $20.00

Room :  Classroom Building Room 101



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Educators, community and faith-based organizations, non-profits, healthcare professionals and starving artists can use grants! Many corporations and foundations offer mini-grants of $1000-$10,000to meet immediate needs and the applications can be completed in just a few hours! Get links to appropriate available opportunities along with sample grant proposals and find out how to make your application a winner by indentifying needs, estimating budgets and more. You can leave the class and write a grant the same afternoon. Plus, writing mini-grants prepares you to learn to write larger, more long-term grants.

1 session

Start date: 04/15/17

End date: 04/15/17

Weekly - Sat 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM (4/15/2017-4/15/2017)

Tuition: $45.00

Materials Fee: $20.00

Room :  Community Education Room 1



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