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Course Catalog

Systemation has a wide selection of different workshops. Available in customizable on-site classes and professionally run public workshops, we have the curriculum that is right for you.

Below you will find our most popular workshop listings. You may also download an outline in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Want more information? Give us a call at 800.747.9783.

 

Project Management Training Courses

Practitioner Level Project Management Training Courses

Fast Start® In Project Management
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
24 PDUs (PMI ID SYS1000)

Participants learn state-of-the-art techniques for developing comprehensive project plans, getting management buy-in, and estimating and scheduling project tasks with accuracy and sophistication. They build work breakdown structures and skillfully apply limited resources to their project plans. In addition, they rehearse dynamic modeling to handle surprise variables.
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Estimating and Risk Management
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS5000)

Estimating and risk management are two of the more difficult areas for project managers to master. Participants learn to estimate projects using a variety of top down and bottom up methods. These techniques will be invaluable in estimating projects for yearly budget cycles and for establishing initial project time and cost baselines. In addition, this workshop provides best practice methods of identifying, analyzing, and response planning to risks.
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Making Projects Work
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS3000)

This workshop examines how to serve as a successful bridge between a project team, customers, and sponsors. Participants learn techniques for making difficult requests and influencing people outside their scope of power. They also learn how to use a negotiating and contracting model to guarantee common understanding of a project as well as ownership of a final deal.
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Maximizing Project Success Through People
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS4500)

Our most effective tool for achieving project success is our relationships. And since we are the common thread in all of our relationships, it makes sense that the process of improving our skills should begin with us. Through understanding “how we are with others” and “how we are with ourselves”, we can manage any project to a successful outcome.
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Advanced Level Project Management Training Courses

Advanced Project Management
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
24 PDUs (PMI ID SYS7000)

Time. Cost. Scope. Participants learn to keep these three dimensions in harmony across multiple projects amidst unexpected events. They practice shifting resources among projects. They also perform earned-value calculations–a sophisticated way to pinpoint whether projects will end on time or behind schedule. They also analyze project results to identify areas for improvement and opportunities to redefine “best practice.”
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Managing Project Crisis
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS4082)

This workshop is designed to help project managers become better team leaders by honing their skills in the key areas of communication, motivation, expectation setting and problem resolution. Participants emerge from this two-day workshop equipped with immediately usable skills that empower them to lead teams towards desired project outcomes and organizational goals.
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Program and Portfolio Management
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS7130)

Program Management and Portfolio Management represent two approaches that can significantly enhance productivity in modern business. Both contribute to efficiently using limited resources to accomplish organizational goals. Participants will gain an understanding of both of these approaches along with exposure to many of the tools and techniques necessary to successfully execute these concepts.
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Project Management Simulation
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
24 PDUs (PMI ID SYS6100)

Project managers work in teams to shepherd a 30-week project to completion via a computer simulation. Each team faces real-life decision variables such as budget cuts, expanding scope, a competitor’s surprise product launch, a team member who becomes ill, and changes in a project sponsor. As participants take risks in handling each surprise, they receive instant feedback and have the opportunity to make adjustments.
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Other Project Management Training Courses

Change Management for Projects
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS7160)

This highly interactive workshop is designed to give the participant a solid foundation in the concepts, tools, and techniques of effective change management. While introductory in nature, this course is extremely comprehensive covering why change management is important, the key concepts and the “how to’s” associated with leading change management practices.
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Getting Project Results Through Contract Resources
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS4091)

This workshop walks participants through all phases of the procurement process, giving them the skills needed to effectively contract outside resources while avoiding the potential traps and pitfalls along the way. It also covers information concerning organizational planning and staff acquisition that is critical to obtaining the right people.
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PMP® Exam Preparation
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9001)

This workshop focuses on key concepts in each of the processes and knowledge areas. It also covers the recently added professional responsibility sections. Participants answer sample exam questions and recognize the critical components involved in preparing to take the certification exam. The final workshop exercise involves creating a project plan for preparing for and passing the PMP® Certification exam.
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Program Management
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS7131)

A program is an efficient and optimal way for managing multiple interrelated projects that support overall organizational objectives and obtaining the benefits not available from managing the projects individually. Participants will gain an understanding of program management, including exposure to the best practices, tools, and techniques necessary to successfully execute this concept.
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Project Management Executive Overview
1 days Traditional | 8 hours Virtual
4 PDUs (PMI ID SYS0500)

Company executives walk away from this informative course with the necessary skills and knowledge to handle important issues throughout the project management process, including strengthening project managers’ competencies, stimulating productivity, improving employee interaction and sustaining expertise.
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Project Management for Information Systems
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
24 PDUs (PMI ID SYS2000)

Introductory in nature yet very comprehensive, this highly interactive workshop is designed to give participants a solid foundation in the concepts, tools and techniques of formal project management. Students not only acquire technique-based proficiencies, but also explore and practice essential people skills and teamwork.
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Project Management for Team Members
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9090)

This two-day workshop provides participants with a thorough working knowledge of project management, so they can better understand their roles and responsibilities. The workshop enhances the ability of team members to assist the project manager in the planning and executing of projects.
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Project Management Overview
1 days Traditional | 8 hours Virtual
7 PDUs (PMI ID SYS0600)

This one-day course teaches students the significance of effective project management, how their role can impact future results; best practice tools, techniques; which areas can benefit from professional principles; and what it takes to build and be part of a world-class project management team.
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Virtual Teams
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS7150)

Project managers must find ways to help their teams work together effectively – especially in today’s highly-dispersed work environments. This workshop instructs virtual teams how to optimize performance through greater team dynamics, align business and project goals with key performance metrics, measure results and build solid and lasting foundations of trust.
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Business Analysis Training Courses

Practitioner Level Business Analysis Training Courses

Fast Start® in Business Analysis
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
24 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9011) | 24 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-001)

In this workshop, analysts identify and document symptoms of broken business processes. They map customers’ needs through skillful interviews and observation, unearthing the “unspoken” requirements that can undermine a project if ignored. They document these needs in detail and rehearse how to present requirements – and recommended business process changes – to management.
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Survival Skills for Analysts
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9020) | 14 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-003)

This course teaches analysts what types of communication and analysis project managers need and when. Participants also learn techniques for facilitating effective meetings with technical people or customers; accurately appraising group dynamics; and listening for concerns germane to project success.
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Mastering the Requirements Process
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
21 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9100) | 24 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-002)

Participants learn how to ask the right questions, capture stakeholder requests, model existing systems and write quality statements of requirements. By the end of this course, they have a good command of the basic concepts that greatly enhance their ability to achieve project success.
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Advanced Level Business Analysis Training Courses

Advanced Business Analysis
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
21 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9150) | 24 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-004)

This workshop is specifically designed for business analysts and project managers looking to improve the way they plan, manage, analyze and document requirements for complex software systems. Students learn to leverage the Unified Modeling Language and Information Engineering to improve requirements analysis, enhance quality and reduce project time and cost.
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Bringing Business Solutions to Life
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9080) | 16 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-005)

This workshop focuses on several key themes of the implementation process, including how Business Analysts can: effectively participate in the implementation process, ensure requirements have been implemented completely, and leverage late-phase project tools and techniques to make project implementations more successful.
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Business Analysis Simulation
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9350) | 16 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-006)

Analysts participate in a “reenactment” of an emergency scenario. After receiving a briefing, they interview key players to learn about a breakdown in a critical business process. They define the requirements for fixing the problem and propose the best course of action. Participants hone their skills and speed to prepare for unexpected, untimely, real-life surprises.
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Other Business Analysis Training Courses

Business Analysis for Non Business Analysts
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9410) | 16 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-010)

Understanding business process, pain points, and opportunities for improvement is everyone’s job, even if your title isn’t  “business analyst”. Being able to create efficiencies, reduce costs, and effectively communicate are professional skills that can be used in any position. This course will help participants sharpen their ability to think critically, look at the big picture as well as drill down into the details. 
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Business Analysis Overview
1 days Traditional | 8 hours Virtual
7 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9300) | 8 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-011)

A one-day workshop that aims to provide a realistic and interactive overview of what business analysis is, and what a business analyst does in the framework of defining system solutions. This workshop will use a case study approach to allow participants to perform a current state analysis to identify the “as is” situation, interview users to elicit requirements about the “future state”, and write requirements for the solution.
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CBAP® Exam Preparation
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
16 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9430) | 16 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-014)

This workshop is designed to assist the participant in applying for the CBAP® certification and learn best practices for preparing and passing the exam. It focuses attention on key concepts throughout the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK)® version 2.0 for the greatest preparation efficiency and effectiveness.
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Estimating for Business Analysts
1 days Traditional | 8 hours Virtual
7 PDUs (PMI ID SYS9420) | 8 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-012)

This one-day, hands on workshop teaches planning and estimating techniques to business analysts. Participants learn to properly identify project deliverables, determine the key activities needed to produce those deliverables, and then derive the level of effort and duration for each activity.
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Agile Development Training Courses

Agile Development Training Courses

Fast Start® In Agile Development
3 days Traditional | 24 hours Virtual
21 PDUs (PMI ID SYS0100) | 24 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-101)

This course is specifically designed to provide participants with a solid understanding of what agile is, and some of the best practices surrounding an agile project. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the key agile principles and why they are important.
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Going Agile
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS0120) | 16 CDUs (IIBA ID E47917-103)

With illuminating exercises that simulate an actual agile project, Going Agile teaches participants everything they need to know to make a successful transition to agile. Instructors begin with a brief overview of agile, and then delve deeply into best-practice techniques, agile project lifecycles, requirements building, team dynamics and much more.
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Projects Training Courses

Got Projects?
2 days Traditional | 16 hours Virtual
14 PDUs (PMI ID SYS0200)

Individuals managing smaller, shorter-term projects often wear multiple hats and have other job duties on top of their project responsibilities. This highly interactive workshop equips such jugglers to deliver great project results more efficiently and with less stress. Participants gain a solid understanding of the 4 phases in every project (planning, specifying, building, and implementing) and the 4 project disciplines (project management, business analysis, product development, and change management).
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