IT Management School
We will share our experience and reveal the secrets of successful IT project management
We won’t exaggerate if say that project manager - is a key figure of the development process. The project manager is in charge of the project planning, time, money and resources allocation as well as risks evaluation and, of course, team management.
An IT project manager is a relatively new profession and we constantly feel a lack of professionals. Therefore, we’ve decided to share our own experience and open the IT Management School. The School starts its work on 11 April, 2017.
Our co-founder Rodion Salnik and the project manager Anton Kushnir will be teaching the student and revealing the secrets of how to become a successful IT project manager.
Our course is will be interesting for:
senior university students who want to become IT project managers;
IT project managers who are just beginning their career;
IT specialists who want to develop in IT management sphere.
For becoming our student you must:
have the upper-intermediate level of English;
possess common knowledge in IT sphere;
pass an interview.
While studying you will learn about:
the peculiarities of manager’s work in IT sphere;
the main approaches to the creation of technical documentation and prototyping;
the procedure of managing the development process and the dev team;
the sales fundamentals in IT sphere and the process of communication with clients;
- the IT startups, the main trends and methodologies.
What will you get?
Theoretical and practical knowledge in IT project management;
Under the direction of the experienced managers from Brocoders team as well as from our special guests, you will go through all the development stages of an IT product: from getting an idea to a product launch;
An opportunity to have an internship in Brocoders company.
The course will last for 2 months. The classes will be conducted every Tuesday and Friday.
All the education process will be in English.
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