There are 7 courses (110.5 hrs total) in the LCC PM Training Certificate. Upon successful completion of the 7 courses, the student will receive a LCC Project Management Training Certificate. Cohorts begin in spring and fall terms, and the 7-class certificate can be completed in about 6 months. Students can take each class one at a time, or can enroll in the LCC PM Certificate Cohort and save 17%: $1899. Please read descriptions of individualized classes for details on class content. Call 541.463.6107 with inquiries.
Our courses may be taken individually based on interest or budget, or bundled for savings in our LCC Project Management Training Certificate Bundle.
32 class sessions
110.50 hours total
Virtual Classroom format
By enrolling in the Certificate Bundle, you will save 17%, compared with paying for each course individually. The cost for the LCC Project Management Noncredit Certificate Bundle is $1899.
Upon successful completion of the 7 courses, you will receive a LCC Project Management Noncredit Training Certificate. Cohorts begin in spring and fall terms, and the 7-class certificate is completed in about 6 months.
Courses in this certificate are all held virtually. This means you will log in at the same time each week, and interact with other students and the instructor via a live, web-based feed. You will need a stable internet connection, a microphone, and speakers or headphones/headset. Click the links below to learn more about using Adobe Connect for Virtual Classes, from one of our PM Instructors, Jim O’Donnell.
How do I enter and use the Virtual Classroom?
How do I set up for my first class?
Refunds and partial refunds are not available after the drop date. (Sunday following the first course session).
Please call Coordinator Bliss Newton at 541.463.6107 with questions about this programming.
Individual Course Descriptions
Note: To enroll in an individual class, return to the Project Management listings and search for the course title.
- Foundations of Project Management
Topics covered include the product and project life cycles, including initiation, planning, executing, controlling, and closing. Subject areas addressed include the project charter, creating a WBS, Network Diagramming, finalizing the project plan, scope management, stakeholder identification, cost management, scheduling and schedule management, and change control. Approaches Project Management from the standpoint of managing a single, stand-alone project that is small to medium in size. Virtual Classroom where students log in at the same time each week, and interact with other students and the instructor via a live, web-based feed.
- Project Requirements and Procurements
This course introduces attendees to the key concepts, methodologies and best practices of collecting and managing project requirements. Additionally, the project activities associated with procurement are also covered: procurement planning, contract selection, source selection, procurement documents and procurement execution and control. Key topics addressed include the process for collecting and analyzing requirements, defining scope through effective WBS practices, procurement planning, execution and contract control.
- Project Risk Management
This course addresses the various approaches, philosophies and techniques for effective management of project risk and complexity. Key topics: processes and techniques for risk planning, risk identification, analysis, response planning and control. Additional topics covered include the definition, identification and categorization of complexity, historical approaches to complex projects, a framework for managing projects in various complexity regimes, managing project sponsorship, stakeholder analysis and communication.
- Project Cost Management
Effective project cost control allows for more effective utilization of these resources and also establishes accountability and justification of project financial needs. This course covers the basics of project estimating, budgeting, financial justification and cost control for projects. Key topics: the processes and techniques for cost management planning, estimating, budgeting and control, and earned value management.
- Project Management Leadership
This interactive 3-day course addresses the people side of project management-jumping far beyond the basics of project management. You will focus on the human dimension in a project management environment and be able to distinguish between project management and project leadership. Project leadership involves the understanding and alignment to organizational strategy and vision. This course will discuss the strategic planning process at both the organizational and project level.
- Project Quality Control
This course introduces attendees to the key concepts, methodologies and best practices of project management quality and control. Key topics covered include quality planning, quality control, quality assurance, performance control, establishing project metrics, change control and configuration management. It approaches project management from the standpoint of managing a single, standalone project that is small to medium in size.
- Project Management Capstone
Prerequisites: All 6 of the above Project Management courses. Finish your LCC Project Management Training Certificate by engaging in a real-time simulated project, often working with other students, and guided by a seasoned project management professional. From project origination to completion, you'll have the opportunity to apply all of the skills and techniques you've learned throughout the program, including leadership, risk and cost management, quality control, and more.