Project Management Course Schedule

The following courses are offered from July through December 2021. The course catalog is available under "related files" below.

Please note

We will review data for certification completion on December 10, 2021. Courses need to be completed before that date to be counted for fall 2021 certifications.

To enroll in courses

Go to the GTA training and education webpage and follow the instructions. If you are new to the program, you will need to request an account for the Learning Academy. The Application Guide below will help you with the registration process. If you already have an account, you can access the Learning Academy and enroll in classes. The Quick User Guide can assist you with enrolling in courses.

If you have questions about available courses or the new learning management tool, please contact the GTA Training and Education team at g[email protected].

Participants are required to complete each course by taking the course exam, where offered, and receiving a grade of 70 percent to get credit for the course and receive a class certificate of completion.

Virtual Instructor-led Training (VIT) is conducted via a Teams meeting link sent to participants as an Outlook invitation.

On-demand courses (OD) are available. Once you enroll in the class you will have seven days to complete the course. You will be allowed one retake of the exam if needed. Additional on-demand courses will be added into the catalog throughout the year.

Virtual instructor-led courses  
Course name 2021 Dates
Program management: Delivering business results August 3 - 4
Scheduling with MS Project*: Planning, scheduling, and control August 24 - 26
Portfolio management: Delivering strategic objectives September 21 - 22
Scheduling with MS Project*: Planning, scheduling, and control October 19 - 21

*Indicates a prerequisite

On-demand courses

  • Project management foundations
  • Managing project requirements
  • Project planning, scheduling, and control
  • Leadership for project managers
  • Governance for project management
  • Procurement practices for PM
  • Building project relationships
  • Identifying and managing risk
  • Recovering failing projects
  • Managing organizational change
  • Successful project meetings
  • Building and managing an effective PMO