Project Management


  • Introduction to Project Management

In a competitive business environment, companies need to develop products and services that can help them grow. Whether your product is a proprietary tool that speeds production or a service offered to clients, its development must account for several factors including the resources available to develop it and the need of those who will use it. Project management has emerged as a crucial factor, if done poorly, can impede the success of an organization. Roughly, 96% of all projects fail, 63% of the cause is poorly implemented project management processes and methodology. Don’t let this happen to you. Join this two-hour webinar discussion on the Project Management. All participation will be from the comfort of your office or your home.


  • Project Management Professional Certification Boot Camp Series

Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an in-demand skill set. More and more the federal government is requiring "certified project managers". That is why the Maryland PTAP is hosting this PMP Certification Boot camp. This multiple week series takes the acceleration out of bootcamp, giving the attendees time to absorb and fully prepare for the certification exam. This Project Management PMP Certification Boot camp illustrates the use of the new 5th edition PMBOK Guide. The Bootcamp's classroom training coupled with, exercises, sample PMP exam questions and mock PMP practice exams will enhance your PMP skills and get you ready for the actual PMP test through Clark Training Solution’s PMP certification training process.


  • Project Management: Managing Risk Part 1

Risk management is the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risk (defined in ISO 31000 as the effects of uncertainty on objectives, whether positive or negative) followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities. This class will teach students the evolution of risk management and risk identification and control.  This class is designed with interactive exercises that will help ensure student’s success.  Earn 4 PDUs. 

Participants Learn:

  • Risk Models
  • Risk Identification
  • To Assess Risk
  • The Probability-Impact Table
  • Differentiate between traditional and contemporary risk management


  • Project Management: Managing Risk Part 2

Participants Learn:

  • Risk Strategy
  • Risk Classification
  • Risk Register
  • Types of risks, such as economical risks, business risks, and risks unique to an organization
  • Create and implement a strategic risk management plan