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Project Management

Proven Techniques to Become an Effective Project Manager

This certificate program is designed to strengthen your skills as well as provide the fundamental skills you need to do your job. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Current challenges in project management
  • Planning and managing projects
  • Schedule, resource, and cost management
  • Team building and communications
  • Risk management
  • Negotiation and influence
  • Change management
  • Life cycle management
Certificate Program Requirements

To successfully complete the certificate program, learners must complete 48 Core units and 8 Elective units; courses included in this program are noted below:

Course Title
Format
PM Certificate Program Units
Clinical Vendor Oversight: Vendor Life Cycle Management  for Quality and Performance
Face-to-face
8 Elective Units
Change Management, Issues Management, Escalation Management
Online
1 Core Unit
Clinical Project Management
Face-to-face
8 Elective Units
Conflict Management
Online
1 Core Unit
Electronic Submissions: The Next Era of Electronic Submissions
Face-to-face
8 Elective Units
Essentials of Project Management
Face-to-face
8 Core Units
Negotiation and Influence
Online
1 Core Units
New Drug Product Development and Life Cycle Management
Face-to-face       
8 Core Units
Overview of Drug Development in Japan
Online
8 Elective Units
Planning and Managing Your Project
Online
2 Core Units
Preparing a Clinical Trial Budget
Online
1 Elect Unit
Project Risk Management
Face-to-face
8 Core Units
Project Risk Management: Dealing with the Certainty of Uncertainty
Online
1 Core Unit
Regulatory Affairs: The IND, NDA and Postmarketing
Face-to-face 8 Elective Units
Team Building and Development
Online
1 Core Unit
Team Work and Dynamics
Online
1 Core Unit
The Leadership Experience
Face-to-face
8 Elective Units
* additional meetings and webinars are available to meet the elective unit requirements and will be noted in the upcoming schedule list below

Certificate Program Requirements

Elective Curriculum (Must successfully complete 8 Project Management Certificate Program (PMCP) units)
Course NameCE HoursProgram Units
Emerging Technologies to Rare Disorder Drug Development: Promises and Pitfalls
02/25/2014- 02/28/2015
Location: Online
None Available1.00
Emerging Technologies to Rare Disorder Drug Development: Promises and Pitfalls
02/25/2014- 02/28/2015
Location: Online
None Available1.00
Introductory Principles and Application of Risk Management within Clinical Operations
04/17/2014- 04/16/2015
Location: Online
None Available1.00
Designed for Success: Utilizing Protocol Quality by Design (QbD) to Plan Clinical Studies
05/01/2014- 04/30/2015
Location: Online
None Available1.00
Big Data: Impact of Health Care Reform on Collaborations and Strategies
05/19/2014- 11/18/2014
Location: Online
None Available1.00
Preparing a Clinical Trial Budget
06/03/2014- 06/02/2015
Location: Online
None Available1.00
EDM and ERS 2014
09/22/2014- 09/24/2014
Location: Washington, DC, United States
IACET 15.758.00
The Role of the Clinical Data Manager
10/08/2014- 10/08/2014
Location: Online
IACET 1.501.00
Adaptive Design in Clinical Trials: When and How to Apply
10/21/2014- 10/22/2014
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
IACET 13.008.00
DIA’s Annual Canadian Meeting
-
Location:
ACPE 9.00, IACET 10.758.00
Electronic Submissions: The Next Era of Electronic Submissions
11/09/2014- 11/09/2014
Location: Bethesda, MD, United States
IACET 6.508.00
Regulatory Affairs: The IND, NDA, and Postmarketing
11/10/2014- 11/13/2014
Location: Bethesda, MD, United States
IACET 29.008.00
The Leadership Experience
11/10/2014- 11/12/2014
Location: Bethesda, MD, United States
IACET 22.25, PMI 22.258.00
The Basics of Clinical Data Management From Start to End
12/03/2014- 12/03/2014
Location: Washington, DC, United States
IACET 7.004.00