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PBS: Introduction to Project Planning is a Course

PBS: Introduction to Project Planning

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Course Dates:

Ongoing

Duration:

Self Paced

Commitment:

1h30m - 2h

Audience:

Public Media Staff

Course Type:

Open Entry/Open Exit

Credential:

Certificate upon Completion

Course Overview

Master the art of project planning with our comprehensive course. Whether you're a seasoned project manager or just starting, this course provides participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to lead and execute projects successfully within their organizations, ensuring alignment with the unique demands and workflows of public media. Dive in and elevate your project management skills today!

What You'll Gain

  • An in-depth understanding of project fundamentals, including how to define a project and the roles within a project team.
  • Skills to effectively initiate, plan, execute, monitor, and control projects, with a focus on the unique needs of public media.
  • Essential communication tools and practices to ensure effective team coordination and stakeholder engagement.

Target Audience: Public Media Staff

Course is offered by Public Broadcasting Service

Meet Your Instructor

Diana Epstein

Diana Epstein

Director of Station Program Management, PBS

Diana Epstein serves as the Director of Station Program Management as part of the Station Services division at PBS. Her extensive background spans 15 years in the field of project management, underscored by her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Diana's career includes project management positions at AARP and The Washington Post before her tenure at PBS.

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