Applied Tools and Techniques in Project Management

Applied Tools and Techniques in Project Management is a full-day seminar for experienced project managers or project team members. In this seminar, participants will explore the phases of project management, with a focus on scheduling techniques and strategies for managing resources. 

The course offers value to both experienced project managers who are looking to refresh and augment their skillset and new PM’s who want access to practical tools that can be applied immediately.

Note: This course was previously named Project Management Level II. Project managers or project team members with 0 to 2 years of experience should begin with Introduction to Project Management.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the complex and multi-faceted role of the project manager
  • Identify the components of a scope statement
  • Develop a work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Identify project resources and cost estimates
  • Describe scheduling methods and calculate a critical path
  • Compare actual and estimated costs
  • Identify how to recover a “crashed” project 

What Attendees Are Saying

“A good balance between theory and practical approach.”

“I’ve learned a lot of Project Management tools.

“This was very well presented. There was a lot of information, but was delivered in understandable chunks.”

“Great content!”


Jeff Cullen, MBA, P.Eng., PMP

Mr. Cullen is a co-founder of BaseCamp4 Inc, an Edmonton based management consulting and strategy firm established in 2013. Prior to completing an MBA at the University of Alberta, Mr. Cullen worked in the fields of project management and consulting engineering for more than 12 years.

A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Mr. Cullen re-focused his professional activities in the year 2002 towards management consulting services. He has since completed more than 160 projects including strategic planning, marketing evaluation, needs assessment, project management, group facilitation, focus groups and review and evaluation of business plans.

A skilled public speaker, Mr. Cullen has presented several workshops and has been an instructor at the JR Shaw School of Business teaching Organizational Behaviour, Project Management, Business Strategy, Critical Thinking and Marketing Research.