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  • Are you a practicing project manager or business analyst with no formal training?
  • Do you want to enhance your skill and advance your career?
  • Are you an individual ready to become a Project Management Professional (PMP) or Business Analyst?
  • Do you need PDUs?
  • Does your corporation want to sponsor an on-site PMP Exam Prep course?

As a Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institute, PSI Solutions can fulfill all of your training needs. Our training mission is to provide all project managers and organizations with cost- and time-efficient training hours to increase knowledge and improve job performance immediately!

In addition to the courses mentioned below, PSI can also provide other courses from Corporate Education Group (CEG) catalogue, with notice, or create custom in-house training programs to meet individual company requirements.

The following provides a brief description of the public training courses being provided.  For more detailed information, please click the link:

  • MDP169b – PMP Fast Track Training – This course is also for project managers who want to improve their daily practice by adopting the bestpractices that are contained in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge(PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition.
  • MDP407 - Principles & Techniques of Project Management – This 3-day course provides an overview of project management concepts and principles using lecture and discussions.    An integrated case study will provide students with a first-hand opportunity to practice the theories and concepts discussed in the classroom throughout the course. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge. (PMBOK® Guide)
  • MDP273 - Project Risk Management- Project managers are critically examining their approach to managing risk. To remain competitive, project managers cannot afford to set up contingencies or control measures for every conceivable risk. Rather, they must determine proportionate expenditure to managing risk. This course introduces learners to widely accepted risk assessment, management, and control practices using tools and techniques. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®)
  • PSIS604 – Managing Project Schedule using Microsoft Project 2010 (Bundled Level 1 & 2) – This course is designed for a person who has an understanding of project management concepts, who is responsible for creating and modifying project plans, and who needs Microsoft Project 2010 to manage and customize those plans through the implementation stage of a project.
  • MDP118 – Developing Project Management Office (PMO) – To complete in the current challenging economic environment, successful organizations are embracing project management as part of their overall strategy to achieve business results. Learn how a properly organized and managed Project Management Office can help your organization to achieve business success.
  • MDP201 – Implementing Information Security & Achieving ISO 27001:2005 Certification – This 3 day intensive course is a highly customized workshop including practical exercises where participants will be required to apply their learned knowledge on the real life scenarios at their respective organizations. As the Lead Trainer of the course, our ISO 27001 Lead Consultant will provide on the spot consulting for the participants organizations along with detailed understanding of the ISO 27001 standard.
  • MDP274a – Project Procurement Management – This course is designed for project managers who will have procurement responsibilities and for those who will interact with designated procurement professionals. The objective of Project Procurement Management is to prepare the project manager and project management team to effectively manage the procurement and contracting aspects of a project.
  • MDP268a – Project Human Resource Management – Effective project managers must possess strong skills in organizational planning; team building, and staff management. Participants are provided with the tools to help them face the challenges of managing matrix teams and the added complexity of managing a virtual team
  • PSIF01-PM-Fundamental Project Management fundamentals – This 1-day course provides overview of how project management fundamental is applied to successfully managing a project that requires effective planning and adherence to the industry’s best practices in every step of the process.
  • MDP269a – Project Time Management – Understanding a project’s schedule requirements and the time-phasing of project tasks is the backbone of effective project management. This course, compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide, Fourth Edition), focuses on the importance of developing an accurate, enforceable project schedule. Participants will be guided through project-schedule development theory and implementation by means of lectures, discussions, and a case study.
  • MDP451a – Project Framework and Integration Management – This course will introduce you to project management concepts and essential techniques that can make you more proficient at delivering your projects on time and within budget. Based on a framework which encompasses the entire body of knowledge in the project management field, this course will familiarize you with the language and methodology commonly used by professional publications, associations, and your peers in the project management profession. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
  • MDP272a – Project Communications Management – Managing project communications is one of the most important duties of a project manager. Project managers must communicate with project owners, team members, and other stakeholders, whether they are internal or external to the organization. Effective communication can only occur when project mangers identify all the people or organizations impacted by the project. Knowing the potential impact or support each stakeholder could generate allows project managers to create effective strategies that can be critical to project success.
  • MDP270a – Project Cost Management – The first step in successfully managing a project’s costs is to have a project budget that realistically reflects the costs for executing the project. This course gives project managers the tools they need to develop reliable cost estimates by assessing necessary project resources, applying one or more cost estimating methods, adjusting the estimates based on resource availability and project risk, and evaluating the quality of cost estimates prepared by others. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®).
  • MDP271a – Project Quality Management – This course focuses on both the management of product quality and the management of the process quality for creating project deliverables. It provides exposure to the tools, techniques, and metrics used to ensure that sufficient product and process quality is achieved. It includes exercises which allow attendees to learn how to plan quality into a project and determine key metrics to manage project and process quality. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s®) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®).
  • MDP189a – Project Scope Management – This course will provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to gather requirements, accurately define project scope, create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) that details all work components, and learn the elements involved in verifying and controlling scope. Project success is directly influenced by capturing and managing project and product requirements that meet stakeholder needs and expectations. Defining Scope is one of the most important phases in any project and involves developing the scope statement. The scope statement provides a common understanding among stakeholders and enables the project team to perform detailed project planning including the criteria to determine if the project is successful. This course is 100% compliant with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s® ) current Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
  • PSIF02 – Introduction to Project Portfolio Management – Your ability to become a Project Portfolio Management (PPM) practitioner to demonstrate best practices in project management on the job is becoming the standard to compete in today’s fast-paced and highly technical workplace. In this course, you will understand PPM.