TETICS
School of IT Managers
We teach smart people to work with other smart people.
Since 2010.
The PROJECT course program includes the basic logical modules of project management:
project development; content; time and risk management; project closure; integration of project management into business management processes. We included agile methodologies and the mechanics of scaling project management to the organization level. Deep immersion in the mechanisms of starting a project, project development, analysis, and risk prevention to put everything in its place in the project management. As befits a good manager.
PROJECT course





Main features of the format
Training sessions once per month: 3 days, 5 hours each (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
18 training days as close as possible to the format of business trainings in a live format (3 days * 5 sessions plus additional 2 months course)

Ability to flexibly schedule workloads, vacations, combine with work

Online with teachers: feedback during immersion in the material

Program materials in the record in your personal account for re-study
Integrated format: seminars, individual practice and group work within one study session
Adaptation: the program complexity is regulated by tasks and cases and depends on the group. The group is selected for a student individually during admission

Individual support from a School curator
Group work during the study sessions
School Facilitator to moderate and lead the group discussion to maximize the effect of group collaboration
You can choose English or Russian as your language for study and group interaction

With English as a course language, you get 120 hours of language practice (listening, developing terminology, group discussions)
Possibility to immerse to a "double depth": you can take a 5-hour session in Russian and on the same day attend and work out a module in English
Alex Orlov and Vyacheslav Pankratov (founders of the Tetics School of IT Managers) Author's Studios
Speeches by TOP managers of leading companies and industry experts
Transparent point system: points are awarded for participation in seminars and group discussions, for submitting essays, and for participation in additional group lessons
A Certificate is issued upon reaching a certain number of points without a final exam
Possibility to obtain a Diploma within a year after the end of the course
PROJECT course program
Methodology. Terminology. Launch of the project. Teambuilding.
How to distinguish a project from a non-project in practice? It happens that the management sets a task and calls it a project. But not always it happens to be a project. At this point, we set an important definition that gives us an opportunity to decide whether to apply or not project management in each specific case.
Also, we are discussing the criteria for success. How a successful project manager differs from an unsuccessful one. Is it possible to evaluate this criterion and to do it objectively? What is project management for a Manager? What actions do you take when using a classic approach and when using methodologies?
Also, we are answering the question - What should be done to have the team as an organism and to finish the project with a full complement and with burning eyes? What to do to prevent a key employee from falling off in the middle of a project? How to disband a team after closing the project and be sure that it will gather back at the beginning of the next one?

The Charter
What is a Project Charter? Why do we need it? Why is the Charter the main document of the Project? Who, how, and when forms it? How long does it take? And how is the Charter applied in the project?

What do we learn:

  • Project Management and Methodologies
  • Approaches and Life Cycles
  • What a Project is
  • History of Project Management
  • PMI Principles
  • Roles
  • Organizational Structures
  • Project Coordinator
  • The Charter
  • Teambuilding
Stakeholders. Project Scopes. Motivation.
Stakeholders, who are they?
How to define your project`s Stakeholders? How to interact with them during the project? What to pay attention to when working with stakeholders?

Content Management System. Why do we need it in a project? What steps should you take to understand what's going on in your project? What techniques can be used to collect and document the requirements? What to do with them next?
What a Project Concept is? How to form it? What to include in it? What are the Work Breakdown Structure rules? What mistakes should be foreseen and avoided? Who compiles the Work Breakdown Structure? At what moment does it happen? And what is the algorithm of compiling the Work Breakdown Structure?

Also, we are discussing how to interact with the team at the start of the project, in the middle of it, and at the end of the project? How to motivate the team?

What do we learn:

  • Project Stakeholders
  • Content Management System
  • WBS - Work Breakdown Structure
  • Project Concept
  • Motivation Theories
Timing and Quality
The algorithm for determining the duration of work.
Network Diagram, how to generate it from an already created WBS.
How to assign resources to a project? How does an allocation of resources affect the duration of work?

Timing Estimation techniques:
  • Analogous Estimating
  • Parametric Estimating
  • 3-point Estimating.

Questions to answer in the module:
  • What are the next steps after the network diagram and the duration of work?
  • How to create a schedule, and how to link it to a calendar? What can it affect?
  • What is the critical path method?
What do we learn:
  • Timing and Quality
  • Quality Management
Progress and Cost
How can a manager track the progress and the cost of a project?
What actions should be taken if the manager finds out that the project is deviating from the schedule and resizes the budget? What technique can you use?

EVA (Earned Value Analysis) (bonus):
Based on the analysis of a specific case, we consider how the indicators are calculated.
The narrow issues of the EVA.

What do we learn:
  • Project Cost Management
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Schedule Compression
  • EVA (bonus)
Risk Management. Procurement. Closing the project.
Risks
How to manage project risks? How not to make big mistakes and how to get everything into account?

A set of Steps:
Risk identification.
  • What a risk is? How to identify risks correctly? What techniques should be used? Risk List. What size should the risk list be? How to narrow the list?
  • Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis. What is the difference? How to apply each technique?
  • The planning and response. Insuring against Risks. What are Plan A and Plan B in dealing with risks?
Procurement
What is the process of procurement management? What to do if there is a need to purchase anything for a project - an external license or an outsourced staff team? Algorithm for the Procurement. Three main types of contracts. What difficulties to expect? How to simplify the process?

Closing the project
How to close a project in two steps? What is needed for it? In what order are these steps taken? How to dissolve the team? How to document the lessons learned during the project? How to evaluate the success of a project upon completion?
How can you make your work easier for the future?

What do we learn:
  • Risk Management Algorithm
  • Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Procurement
  • PMP preparation
  • Closing a Project
Two-month add-on module dedicated to SCRUM and KANBAN

2-month Additional Module (optional)

 SCRUM and KANBAN. Terminology. Work with Content. Metrics, Events, Scaling

(optional)


Where to start? What to do? General information, basic introduction.

Approaches. Life Cycles. How does it work? Differences and similarities between different approaches. Which one covers your needs?

The Module format
  1. 8 weeks Theory + Practice
  2. 8 practical lessons (1 hour per week)
  3. 6-7 people per group + School facilitator
  4. Mixer chat for practicing. An opportunity to practice at a convenient time with like-minded people.

What do we learn:
  • Agile. Terminology and way of thinking
  • “Vision” concept
  • Answer the “What To Do” question in Scrum and Kanban
  • Scrum metrics
  • Kanban metrics
  • Scrum events
  • Kanban events
  • Project Management Office
  • Scaling the approaches: PMI, LeSS, SAFe
  • A combination of approaches: PMI, Scrum, Kanban
What stages our future students should pass
1
Payment
2
Introductory assignment
3
Interview

4
Group enrollment
Why such an admission process?
Our students study in groups. The interest of each participant is the involvement and dynamics of the group.
The interest in the program of each participant depends on how well the group is matched. Groups are matched according to the complexity of the tasks they will work on.

Our main training format is based on solving cases that a manager faces in his practice, with further discussion in a group.

To form groups according to the level of experience and to check the readiness of each student to study in our format, we propose to complete an introductory assignment after the payment for the course.
We propose to solve the case, describe the main steps for the solution, fill out a questionnaire, and go through an online interview with the School teachers.

The final admission decision is made by the School after the interview. In case of an unsuccessful interview, the full amount paid for the course is refunded to the student.

By the results of an interview, a student also gets School recommendations on the priority of modules in the program and the Author's Studio to take part in.

PROJECT course start
— February 12
We've put together the perfect class schedule that allows you to attend study sessions and not miss main holidays.

Study and relax - there is time for everything :)
TEAM COURSE TRAINING SESSION
PROJECT COURSE TRAINING SESSION
STUDIO
PERSONAL ACCOUNT

Theory - Individual Work - Group Work - Decision Review with a Coach

START - February 5.


The course program includes 5 modules, the duration of each module is 1 month. And 2-Month Add-on Module on negotiations (June 09.2021 - September 03.2021). The module begins with a 3-day (Friday-Saturday-Sunday) online study session: 5 hours from 4 PM to 9 PM GMT+3, with coffee breaks.


First and second days program: 2 hours workshop and 2-2.5 hours mixed practice (individual preparation and group discussion with School facilitator assistance). The study session contains theory and practice.

The third-day program:

Workshop with Top Managers and Guest Speakers (1-1.5 hours)

+ Author`s Studios: Career Studio by Vyacheslav Pankratov and The Studio of Adaptive Management by Alexander Orlov.


For each activity, during the study session, the points are assigned. Points are required to obtain a Сertificate. To get the module counted, a student sends an essay with a description of the experience gained. The time for the essay accomplishment is three weeks after the session. To receive a Certificate, you need to take part in five training sessions, write and submit an essay on each module before the next training session.


ADDITIONAL PRACTICE



If there are no questions on the module left after the training session, or if a particular module is not of a priority at the moment, a student can close a module with an essay and return to study in a month for the next module.

 Students can receive additional practice in additional group practice classes. In such a case, the student informs the School curator of his/her plans. The School assists students with additional weekly group classes between sessions. We provide each group with additional cases and the assistance of the School facilitator for such classes. 

Theory - Individual Work - Group Work - Decision Review with a Coach

START - February 12.


The course program includes 5 modules, the duration of each module is 1 month. And 2-Month Add-on Module on SCRUM and KANBAN (June 16.2021 - September 10.2021). The module begins with a 3-day (Friday-Saturday-Sunday) online study session: 5 hours from 4 PM to 9 PM GMT+3, with coffee breaks.


First and second days program: 2 hours workshop and 2-2.5 hours mixed practice (individual preparation and group discussion with School facilitator assistance). The study session contains theory and practice.



The third day is a day of Workshop with Top Managers and Guest Speakers (1-1.5 hours).

For each activity, during the study session, the points are assigned. Points are required to obtain a Сertificate. To get the module counted, a student sends an essay with a description of the experience gained. The time for the essay accomplishment is three weeks after the session. To receive a Certificate, you need to take part in five training sessions, write and submit an essay on each module before the next training session.



ADDITIONAL PRACTICE

If there are no questions on the module left after the training session, or if a particular module is not of a priority at the moment, a student can close a module with an essay and return to study in a month for the next module.

 Students can receive additional practice in additional group practice classes. In such a case, the student informs the School curator of his/her plans. The School assists students with additional weekly group classes between sessions. We provide each group with additional cases and the assistance of the School facilitator for such classes.

Author's studio by Alex Orlov or Vyacheslav Pankratov. Set of author's seminars

Lead`s career. Studio A by Vyacheslav Pankratov.


Adaptive Management. Studio B by Alex Orlov.


Can I get both? :) Of course, you can. Students can attend in live the studio recommended after the interview. While materials of both studios will be available in the personal account.

All your course at hand.

With admission to The TETICS course, you get access to your personal account.

Everything for your comfortable and productive learning in one place:


  • all organizational information about the course;
  • bulletin board;
  • webinars;
  • lectures;
  • tasks and cases;
  • additional materials.

Access to the personal account and all materials for 3 years after graduating the course.

Team course start — February 5
Can I study two courses at the same time?
Yes, you can!
Days of classes never cross
Курс «Команда» — старт 5 февраля
Можно ли учиться на двух курсах одновременно?
Можно!
Дни сессионных занятий не пересекаются.

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Special offer!
If you have graduated previous streams in The School of Managers, you can return the cost of training using its full amount for
a personal discount in TETICS PRO!
Please note that discounts are not cumulative.

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Saturday and Sunday: day off
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