The Project Management Institute (PMI) has introduced a new training series to provide project managers with the ability get the hands-on experience to participate and solve real-world problems through a simulated project.
The Project Simulation: Alaskan Recovery Series simulated e-learning module enables project managers to improve their application of PMI’s knowledge and standards while enhancing the practical skills they need to be successful in today’s technology-driven business environment. It’s designed for project managers who oversee multiple projects or single large projects and have supervisory responsibilities for a project team. The series teaches learners, regardless of industry, how to successfully apply knowledge from “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge—Fourth Edition” as they manage a team through problem-solving scenarios related to project integration, scope, time, cost, quality, HR, communications, risk and procurement.
Once users have completed a course, they receive a detailed evaluation that measures their success and provides areas for improvement.
More info: www.pmi.org