The key to a stable and successful project is related to the varied skill set and diverse competencies utilized by an effective project manager. Learning to navigate through a project and to establish a connection with both functional and operational teams to ensure delivered are met on time and within budget is crucial. This two-part course provides an overview of the In-building ecosystem as it applies to program and project management. With the ever-changing landscape of technologies, systems, equipment, and network integration, it is vital for project managers to understand the challenges and complexities that are unique to the deployment of indoor DAS and Small Cell systems.
Students will explore the governing bodies and organizations involved in the development and implementation of In-building projects, while focusing on the phases, responsibilities, events, and sequences of deploying in-building systems. Completion of this course results in certification that demonstrates an understanding of in-building program management, equipment, activities, roles, responsibilities, and sequence of milestones.
What You'll Learn
In-Building Project Management: Course Outline