One-Day Course Teaches How to Manage a Project

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<strong>Burlington, Mass. </strong><br />Putting together a successful project from start to finish takes time, effort and, of course, a lot of brainpower. The International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM) is sponsoring a one-day course to take both the beginner and the experienced project manager to the next level. The course focuses on the skills, tools and techniques that project managers and their teams should know to effectively define, plan and manage projects. <br /><br />This course will cover everything from project planning and how to assemble a project team to cost-benefit analysis, risk assessment and the use of project management software. Taught by a renowned expert in the HRMS disciplines, the class will be a mix of lecture, class interaction and class assignments.<br /><br />The seminar will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 12 at the Executive Plaza South, in Rockville, Md. The featured speaker is Barbara Von Bergen, an independent consultant experienced in all aspects of human resource systems.<br /><br />The registration fee for the full-day session is $595 for members and $750 for nonmembers. Registration covers all course materials, as well as breakfast and lunch.<br />

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