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6 weeks | 10 hours per week

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Professional Certificate: Google Project Management

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<strong>Certificate description</strong>: Prepare for a career in the high-growth field of project management. Over 6 courses, learn in-demand skills and get professional training designed by Google to fast-track to a competitively paid job. This program includes over 140 hours of instruction and hundreds of practice-based assessments, which will help you simulate real-world project management scenarios that are critical for success in the workplace. The content is highly interactive and exclusively developed by Google employees with decades of experience in project management. <p><strong>What you will learn</strong>: Creating risk management plans; Understanding process improvement techniques; Managing escalations, team dynamics, and stakeholders; Creating budgets and navigating procurement; Utilising project management software, tools, and templates; Practicing Agile project management, with an emphasis on Scrum. </p><p><strong>Where and how</strong>: The Google Project Management Professional Certificate takes place 100% online at Coursera at your own pace. A suggested pace of 10 hours per week would take approximately 6 months to complete.</p><br><h4>Our Commit</h4><p>Fully funded Coursera subscription for up to 1 year to complete the professional certificate as well as ongoing assistance from mentors.</p>

Prerequisite Knowledge

Must have completed at least one Code(Cayman) program to be eligible for the Commit. No other degree or prior experience required.


Course 1
Foundations of Project Management
Course 2
Project Initiation: Starting a Successful Project
Course 3
Project Planning: Putting It All Together
Course 4
Project Execution: Running the Project
Course 5
Agile Project Management
Course 6
Capstone: Applying Project Management In the Real World
Status: Register
Location: Code(Cayman).TechLab
Course Provider: Offered by Google at Coursera