Juggling Multiple Projects

  • Project Management
  • Course Code: 96011

Taking on more projects doesn’t make your work a bit tougher – it makes it a lot tougher!

This advanced, hands-on course provides tools and strategies for managing multiple projects. Schedule multiple projects so minor delays do not cause a domino effect. Increase your capacity for managing multiple projects. Advance to a PM methodology suited to handling multiple projects.

Do you need a different date or location? We offer Courses On Request.

How You Will Benefit

  • Schedule shared resources so that delays in one project do not cause a domino effect on the others
  • Increase personal capacity for managing multiple projects — by reducing the overhead required in managing each one
  • Apply specific techniques that will help increase corporate capacity for projects
  • Identify key resources and avoid turning them into a bottleneck, while actually increasing their capacity
  • Communicate with confidence the approach necessary to move forward and apply the methodologies learned
  • Handle problems that often interfere with our ability to manage multiple projects
  • Articulate the changes which must take place in order to achieve these results within an actual project environment
  • Gain hands on practice adjusting to a new project management methodology suited to managing multiple projects.
  • Manage the increased workload of additional projects more effectively by using the learned tools and techniques
  • Recognize the methods and benefits of using a shared resource pool.
  • Participants learn new techniques for dealing with multiple projects and gain the confidence to apply them on the job.
  • Increased capacity for managing multiple projects — by reducing the overhead required to manage each independently


Who Should Attend

Project Managers, Resource Managers, Project schedulers or anyone involved in decisions to implement an ’enterprise project management (EPM)’ software tool.  

This is not a fundamentals course. Prior to taking this course, participants should have 

  • Hands-on project management experience 
  • Completed Project Management Essentials: Part 1 (or its equivalent)
  • Some exposure/use of project management software such as Microsoft Project (an asset but not required)


13 Reviews 4 Star

Course Reviews

  • Past Participant, SICK Ltd. Sep 13, 2019

  • Past Participant, Parmalat Canada Ltd. Sep 13, 2019

  • Past Participant, Parmalat Canada Ltd. Sep 13, 2019

    She is a very good group discussion presenter and I only suggest to give more self experience of project management. The second date, I suggest to let group exercise about different type of buffer with real case projects. Write a charter, build the risk table or plan a schedule in MS project or Excel. If you don't have any project management experience this course is excellent. If you do have very good experience, you will have a reminder of good practices.

  • Past Participant, Parmalat Canada Ltd. Sep 12, 2019

    The course is interesting, altough I would have preferred spending a little less time during the first day (introduction) to spend on current project situations. Use more real example of how the methodology is used in real life. Very competent

  • Paul Jedynak, SICK Ltd. Sep 11, 2019

    Very good use of examples and exercises to reinforce the course material. Presentation of the course was engaging, and I have benefited from taking this course. Made good use of examples, asked if things were clear, offered explanations, asked questions to test understanding, provided helpful tips and tools. There is always new things to learn or to try, there is always room for improvement. The CMC training experience was very helpful in adding tips and tools to my toolbox.

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