Course participant reviews for Project Management for Learning Professionals Certificate

Average rating 4.7

Based on 6 reviews

Christine Roe
(5)
I would recommend this course because it's relevant and easy to follow. You can implement what you learn from the start of the course! My favorite takeaway from the program was understanding the importance of a scope diagram and project charter.
Jennifer Quan. LMS Administrator, Willamette Dental Group
(5)
The entire program was amazing, but I appreciated the fact that we were able to choose a project of our own and create a project plan around it. The fact that we had professionals there to answer our questions was great. This program gave quick but thorough instruction on project management for trainers - enough information to get individuals st...
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Susanna Burger. Bilingual Training Specialist, Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc.
(5)
The instructor was great - she knew how to relate everyone's project dilemmas to what we were learning, and some "to-dos" to help alleviate those dilemmas. My favorite takeaway was the importance of the scope diagram in the project plan.
Mary Rempe, Implementation Manager. T-Mobile USA
(5)
This certificate program presented a systematic process for managing a project from start to finish. The process took us step by step and was very helpful. It was such a diverse class with many different industries represented. We learned so much from each other and our facilitator did an EXCELLENT job keeping discussions going! I have my workbo...
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Kris Schulz, Training Project Manager, TDS Telecom
(4)
I would recommend this for any one in the learning profession who implements and plans projects. I selected atd because it seemed to best fit my needs. Unlike other Project Management courses, which focus more directly on the process and, but not how things integrate with training, this class was immediately relevant to my work as a trainer ...
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Helene Bryant, Learning Planner
(4)
My favorite takeaways from this program were the advice that a project is not a task, it is a series of tasks; you must learn from other learning professionals; and how to properly structure a project. This program helps you step back and reflect on how you work.

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