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LOWELL - Those interested in learning more about the latest tools and trends in business should consider attending this month's free Project Management Seminar at UMass Lowell.
The workshop, which will detail how to become a project management professional (PMP), is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. in UMass Lowell's corporate training center, Room 223, Southwick Hall on University Avenue. It is sponsored by the University's Division of Continuing Studies.
This free seminar will feature two cutting-edge demonstrations on Total Project Control and Microsoft® Project by instructors Stephen Devaux, PMP and Peter J. Bouffard, PMP. These project management instructors will demonstrate the latest tools and business trends that highly successful companies are employing to get the job done faster, better and smarter. Attendees can learn new ways to streamline operations and enhance their organization's bottom line. The instructors will also provide a brief overview of their courses and UMass Lowell's new Project Management Training Program.
Space is limited. Participants can register by logging onto http://continuinged.uml.edu/projmgmt or calling 978-934-2261.
UMass Lowell's team of professional advisors also will be available to answer questions and provide career guidance, as Continuing Studies will be running an open house from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Attendees can explore the many options for earning college credit, professional certificates or specialized degrees to advance their careers. Fall classes start Sept. 7.