A 2-Day Hands-On Workshop

Designing Projects with Users in Mind is a two-day workshop to develop the skills necessary to empower project managers to place end-users at the center of project design.  This workshop will provide practical examples and hands-on exercises to allow project managers to solicit, analyze and apply end-user feedback in a collaborative design process.

Learning Objectives & Topics Covered in this Workshop:

  • Identify end users in government programs
  • Identify end users in government programs
  • Model techniques to solicit feedback from end users
  • Analyze end user feedback to identify trends
  • Design projects collaboratively
  • Understand how to employ prototypes to refine project design
  • Translate project design into effective requirements

Audience: This workshop is designed for experienced leaders/managers in the GS11-13 range or their equivalents.

Toolkits: Each participant will receive a Student Handbook and access to an Online Toolkit, containing tools such as checklists, tips, techniques, and numerous other tools to help you use your new skills immediately.

Additional Information
CPE Credits: 13.0
CEU Credits: 1.1
Suggested Program Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
NASBA Program Level: Basic
NASBA Field of Study: Personal Development
Delivery Method: Group Live – Classroom