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Project Management for Learning Professionals Certificate

Be more effective in planning, organizing, and controlling your projects.

Plan, organize, and control your workplace learning and performance projects. Monitor the costs these projects incur, while you establish a project scope, create schedules, manage resources, and celebrate accomplishments.

Face-to-Face
Face-to-Face
Live Online
Live Online
Credits: CEU 1.4 MORE
Level: Intermediate
Role(s): HR/OD Professional More
Language(s): English

Pricing

$1,395
Member
$1,595
Non-member
Course Info

It’s normal to begin with good intentions, but once a new talent development project is underway the initiative can take on a life of its own. In this workshop, developed in partnership with Russell Martin & Associates, you will learn to better manage critical management phases so you can deliver learning and performance solutions that meet your organization’s goals.

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It’s normal to begin with good intentions, but once a new talent development project is underway the initiative can take on a life of its own. In this workshop, developed in partnership with Russell Martin & Associates, you will learn to better manage critical management phases so you can deliver learning and performance solutions that meet your organization’s goals.

This project management training course provides a simplified method, repeatable yet flexible, along with concrete steps to improve your project management skills. You’ll take with you a comprehensive approach to planning, tracking, resourcing, and managing learning projects.

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?

  • Build a project plan including schedules, resource allocations, and budgets.
  • Create criteria for monitoring and reporting progress, including control point identification charts, project costing charts, and milestone charts.
  • Identify and manage project risks, while also determining and anticipating changes that occur during project execution.

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What You Will Learn
  • Differentiate between project management and project work.
  • Define the roles of the project manager, project sponsor, and other key individuals on a project.
  • Create a project charter.
  • Build a project plan including schedules, resource allocations, and budgets.
  • Create activity networks (PERT, Gantt, and CPM) and other tools for communicating project scope and activities.
  • Create criteria for monitoring and reporting progress, including control point identification charts, project costing charts, and milestone charts.
  • Identify and manage project risks.
  • Determine and anticipate changes that occur during project execution.
  • Develop a detailed work plan to accurately determine the project completion date.
  • Accurately estimate project activities.
  • Manage external vendors more effectively.
  • Discover the power of the review process to improve future performance.
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COURSE TOPICS
Topic 1 - Getting Started With Design

HPI Overview
ADDIE Overview
How HPI and ADDIE Work Together

Topic 2 - Analysis and Training Needs Assessment

Needs Assessment Process Overview
Organizational Analysis
Performance Analysis
Performer Analysis
Data Collection Techniques
Evaluation Planning
Needs Assessment Report

Topic 3 - Design

How People Learn
The Psychological Processes of Learning
Gagne’s 9 Events of Learning
Bloom’s Domains and Taxonomy of Learning
Writing Learning Objectives
Instructional Methods and Media
Course and Lesson Outlines (ROPES)
Assembling a Design Document

Topic 4 - Development

What to Develop, Why, and for Whom
Developing Materials for the Classroom
Developing Materials for the Facilitator
Developing Materials for the Learner
Developing Assessment Materials

Topic 5 - Implementation

Coordinating Program Support and Administration
Preparing Facilitators
Running a Pilot and Making Revisions
Course Follow-Up

Topic 6 - Evaluation

Evaluation: Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels
ROI (Level 5) Evaluation

Topic 7 - Appendix

Instructional Design Models
Performance Analysis: Key Tasks and Competencies Slide Example
Nominal Group Technique Focus Group
Priority Matrix Technique
Affinity Sort Technique
Gagne’s 9 Instructional Events
What Must Be Done
Learning Styles: Going, Going, Almost Gone
Blended Learning That Works (TD at Work)
Sample Design Documents
Effective Job Aids
Why Aesthetics Matter
Crash Course in Visual Design of Your Learning Presentation
The Art of Test Creation
Glossary of Terms
ATD Competency Model
The Basics of ISD Revisited
Reliable Utility Case Study

Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed for learning and performance professionals who are involved in one or more of the following areas:

  • accurately estimating project duration
  • planning, tracking, and monitoring multiple WLP projects
  • communicating project status to stakeholders
  • managing resources and reporting progress
  • managing external suppliers.
Level: Intermediate
Roles: HR/OD Professional, Instructional Designer, Manager, Trainer
Language: English
What Our Participants Are Saying
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Helene Bryant

"My favorite takeaways from this program were the advice that a project is not a task, it is a series of tasks; you must learn from other learning professionals; and how to properly structure a project. This program helps you step back and reflect on how you work."

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Jennifer Quan

"The entire program was amazing, but I appreciated the fact that we were able to choose a project of our own and create a project plan around it. This program gave quick, but thorough, instruction on project management for trainers—enough information to get individuals started on the right path of project management, but not enough to overwhelm."

Shauna_Herman
Shauna Herman

"I enjoyed this program because I work in a training role and wanted a project management program that aligned with the needs of training development. The tools and program materials are excellent resources. The facilitator was very engaging and gave us some real nuggets of wisdom to apply on the job."

Dates & Locations
  • May 30-Jul 11, 2019
    Live Online
  • Jun 17-18, 2019
    Dallas, TX
  • Jul 17-Aug 21, 2019
    Live Online
  • Aug 01-02, 2019
    Washington, DC
  • Aug 20-Sep 24, 2019
    Live Online
  • Sep 09-10, 2019
    New York, NY
  • Oct 03-Nov 07, 2019
    Live Online
  • Nov 06-Dec 18, 2019
    Live Online
  • Nov 21-22, 2019
    Seattle (Kirkland), WA
  • Dec 12-13, 2019
    Orlando, FL
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ATTENDANCE

Face-to-Face Courses
Participation in all originally scheduled days of the program is mandatory in order to receive the certificate of completion and CEUs. Participants who miss more than two hours of the entire program will not be eligible to receive the certificate. Participants who fulfill the attendance requirement will receive a certificate at the end of the program.

Online Courses
Participation in all online sessions at their currently scheduled day and time is mandatory to receive a completion certificate and any applicable credits.

ATD requires active participation through the program to receive credit for the class. Active participation includes, but is not limited to, participating in virtual classroom activities, discussions, breakout sessions, and intersession work. Please note that using a tablet or mobile device severely limits your ability to fully and actively participate.

For programs with five or more sessions, one missed live session can be made up by listening to the session recording in full. Participants who miss more than one live session will not be eligible to receive the certificate. For programs with four or fewer sessions, attendance at all live sessions is required to receive a certificate. If you meet the eligibility requirements, a certificate will be issued to you through the ATD Learning Portal at the end of the program. All sessions will be recorded and available for participants to review throughout the program for your reference.

CREDITS

14.0 learning hours

1.4 CEUs awarded

Up to 14.0 APTD Recertification Points through the ATD Certification Institute.

Up to 14.0 CPLP Recertification Points through the ATD Certification Institute.

This program has been approved for 14.0 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

This program is valid for 14.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrm.org/certification.

ATD LEARNING PORTAL

Enrolled in a program? Sign in to the ATD Learning Portal with your ATD account credentials two weeks before the first day of class to:

  • Engage with your facilitator and peers.
  • Access pre-work assignments.
  • View any technical requirements.
  • Review logistical information.

TRANSFERS/CANCELLATIONS

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