Project Management

Project Management: Preparing for the PMI PMP® Examination

Take a deeper dive into the PMBOK® Guide to prepare for the PMP® Examination. Get help preparing for the exam, while learning how to apply the concepts being taught. This course provides resources to help you before, during and after class is over. This course fulfills the required education hours established by PMI. 

5 day
interactive course

After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Describe the Project Management Framework
  • Describe the Project Management Lifecycle and Organizational Structures
  • Identify Project Management Process Groups, Knowledge Areas, and Processes
  • Conduct Project Integration Management
  • Conduct Project Scope Management
  • Conduct Project Time Management
  • Conduct Project Cost Management
  • Conduct Project Quality Management
  • Conduct Project Human Resource Management
  • Conduct Project Communications Management
  • Conduct Project Risk Management
  • Conduct Project Procurement Management
  • Abide by the Requirements for Professional and Social Responsibility

This course comes with post-course online content to assist participants with studying for the PMP® Certification examination.

Who should attend?

New or experienced project managers interested in expanding their skills and individuals preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential from PMI®.

Where is it taught?

This course can be delivered at CAI's training facility in Newark, Delaware or onsite at a client location.


Project Management: The Essentials

The 2-day Project Management Fundamentals workshop will give participants an overview of the entire project management process, as well as key project management tools that they can use every day. Working with project planning documents, such as needs assessments, risk management plan, and a communication plan will provide benefits throughout your organization.

2 day
interactive course

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Define projects, project management, and project managers
  • Identify the five process groups and ten knowledge areas as defined by PMI
  • Describe the triple constraint
  • Perform a project needs assessment and write goals, requirements, and deliverables
  • Create key project documents
  • Build a project schedule by estimating time, costs, and resources
  • Understand and use the work breakdown structure
  • Create project planning documents, such as a schedule, risk management plan, and communication plan
  • Use planning tools, including the Gantt chart, network diagram, and RACI chart
  • Establish and use baselines
  • Monitor and maintain the project
  • Perform basic management tasks, including leading status meetings and ensuring all documents are complete at the end of the project

Who should attend?

New or potential project managers

Where is it taught?

This course can be delivered at CAI's training facility in Newark, Delaware or onsite at a client location.


Agile Courses

Regardless of your role (Project Manager, Business Analysts, Project Team Member, Executive, etc.) we can help you get up to speed on what it means to deliver agile projects whether you’re using Scrum, Kanban, or something else as your methodology! Our Agile courses are role-based and focus on what is important at every level.

1-5 day
interactive course

This two-day course explains the rationale for adopting Agile practices within organizations, based on a review of the evolution of project management and product development techniques. We focus on Lean and related practices as precursors to Scrum and Agile, and focus on principles and good practices for Agile adoption and transformation in complex enterprises.

After completing this course, students will

  • Understand why Agile and Scrum are used
  • Understand the appropriate field of use for Agile techniques
  • Understand the differences between traditional project management and Agile product development
  • Understand some of the most common Agile estimation and sizing techniques
  • Understand the key activities, roles, and rules of the road for the Scrum framework

This course begins preparing participants toward achieving basic ScrumMaster certification, though additional reading and learning is also typically required depending on the certifying organization chosen. This course will also provide you with a CAI Course Completion Certificate.

Who should attend?

Individuals new to Agile and Scrum; individuals on new agile teams (including all roles related to software development, integration, testing, etc.), potential ScrumMasters, potential Product Owners, or managers who are interested in learning about new ways to work

Where is it taught?

This course can be delivered at CAI's training facility in Newark, Delaware or onsite at a client location.