*** This event has been SOLD OUT *** We are currently validating registrations and in prior classes we have had registration cancellations to the class. If you are interested in placing your name on a waiting list please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If openings in this class do occur we will contact people on our waiting list to fill the slots.
Dates: Tuesday, November 16th @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm & Wednesday, November 17th @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
... IMPORTANT ... PLEASE only register for this class if you are able to attend the sessions on BOTH class days.
This class is being provided in accord with the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County. Registration is limited to the staff members of non-profit organizations providing human services in Western New York. We reserve the right to cancel any registrations from people who are not working staff members for organizations meeting this criteria or if the organizations are not affiliated with the United Way or do not meet our target criteria.
Class size is limited. Once the class limit is reached the registration links will be disabled.
You will receive a meeting invitation and conference link approximately 1 week before the course begins.
Questions or clarifications: Please email: email@example.com
In many non-profit organizations, people who are not professional project managers are called to manage projects. This session is intended to introduce attendees to the principles of project management, along with tools, techniques and templates that can be used to more effectively work on a project. By applying these principles and using these tools the project team has a greater probability of delivering successful outcomes. The training session will use a combination of instructor presentation and hands-on exercises to introduce the concepts and reinforce the learning.