• Dec 3, 2024 - Dec 3, 2024
  • 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saline County Sheriff's Office

Project management can be used to improve planning and effectiveness. This course provides an overview of the project management lifecycle and the role of a project manager, situated in the context of law enforcement.

All projects require leaders who understand more than just their goals. They also require an understanding of factors that are most likely to derail them. Over the duration of this course,  you will learn how to become more strategic as a project leader by learning the tools and frameworks to help you effectively navigate these complexities and drive successful outcomes for your organization.

Participants will specifically learn the elements of a project, including articulation of project goals, project scoping, and risk analysis. Approaches for identifying and engaging others in your department, monitoring project progress, and effectively managing a team throughout a project are also covered. As a culmination of the course, students create a full project plan.

This class is designed for sworn law enforcement, and corrections employees.