Project Management Certificate Program will take place:
Fall 2020 – Sep 03, 10, 17, 24, 26. and Oct 1, 8, 15, 17, 22
Spring 2021 – Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25 and Mar. 4, 6, 11, 18
All Thursday’s will run from 5:30pm-9pm and all Saturdays will run from 9am-3:30pm.
XLC’s Project Management Certificate Program is built on the content and processes found in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) – Sixth Edition. This highly interactive program develops the essential skills and real-world practices required for project managers to be successful, delivering projects on time, on budget, and according to specifications.
An emphasis is placed on projects being processes with gates or quality check points imbedded within these processes. Not all projects are the same — they range from capital assets projects where the end point is known to IT and development projects where the end point is somewhat vague.
Successfully deliver your projects on time, on budget and according to specifications by:
To successfully complete the Xavier Project Management Certificate program and earn a digital badge, you will apply program learnings by completing homework after each of the 3 modules. The homework will be reviewed by the program facilitator.
Sep 03-Oct 22, 2020 (5:30pm-9pm)
Jan 28-Mar 18, 2021 (5:30pm-9pm)
Click here to download a PDF program brochure including an overview, benefits, facilitator information and other program details.
The Project Management Certificate Program is appropriate for supervisors, managers or team members who are responsible for the successful completion of projects. Participation in this program qualifies for Professional Development Units (PDU’s) for Project Management Professionals (PMP)®. Xavier Leadership Center is a Registered Education Provider for PMI®.
Participants will walk away with these skills:
Cory is the Head of Delivery Services for RoundTower Technology, one of the areas fastest growing companies. Her background includes roles from tactical execution leadership to executive management. She started her tech career as a software developer and moved to consulting roles as a project and program manager for over a decade where she lead large transformational projects for many companies in several industries. From consulting she moved to running the PMO for CBTS and ultimately served as Vice President of Network and Engineering with Cincinnati Bell. She is on the advisory boards of iSPACE, Gateway STEM (Nashville), UC’s College Conservatory of Music, and serves as a mentor to students in Xavier University’s MBA and undergraduate programs. She’s currently in the MBA program at the Xavier’s West Chester campus. She lives in West Chester with her husband Brian and 3 children Drake, Adriane and Jordan.Show More
Jim Sexton has over 40 years of project management and construction and experience. During this time, he has managed over $1 Billion including assignments in project management, field engineering, safety management project controls, and cost engineering.
Jim joined Procter and Gamble in March 1991. He has worked in 4 business units supporting 16 global brands such as Tide, Downy, Dawn, Pampers, Charmin, Bounty and Puffs. During his tenure at Procter & Gamble, he has managed projects in 20 countries.
Jim has taught Capital Management Instructor in 6 countries on 4 continents. Jim has earned the P&G Leadership and Mastery Award, Capital Management in 2011. He was recognized as an Expert Construction Manager the highest level in P&G. Jim has also achieved Advanced Capital Project Manager and Capital Systems Manager certifications.
Prior to joining P&G Jim career included working with engineering, construction and steel companies. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management from the University of Cincinnati, and an MBA degree in Finance from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 2011 he served as the Annual Conference Chairperson for the Construction Users Round Table annual meeting
Jim has chaired Construction Industry Institute Research Team 294 Deploying Best Practices in Unfamiliar Countries. Previously he was a member of Research Team 263 on Globalization. Jim spoke at the Lean Construction Institute Congress in Chicago on the benefits of modularization to owners. He is also a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute. Jim resides in Mason, Ohio with his wife Ann and their daughter Elizabeth. Jim has served as a sports coach, Chairman for Summerfair, a Cincinnati Arts and Craft Fair and remains active in his local parish.