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  • Project Management Fundamentals
  • Project Management Intermediate
  • Project Management Advanced

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
November        
12 Nov - 14 Nov Midrand 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book
19 Nov - 21 Nov Pretoria 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book
December        
03 Dec - 05 Dec Midrand 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book
10 Dec - 12 Dec Pretoria 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
       
12 Nov - 14 Nov Midrand 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book
03 Dec - 05 Dec Midrand 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book
       
19 Nov - 21 Nov Pretoria 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book
10 Dec - 12 Dec Pretoria 0830 - 1600    R7900 Book

Project Management Fundamentals

Course Description

Project Management Fundamentals teaches students basic project-management techniques, including managing time and costs. Students will identify the features and attributes of a project, the steps and variables of the project management process, the effects of environmental, socio-economic and organizational structure issues, and the responsibilities of a project manager. Course activities also cover defining the project scope, writing a project charter, developing a work breakdown structure, identifying time management components, describing schedule development, using mathematical analysis techniques, and assigning resources. Students will also learn how to estimate resource costs, create a capital budget, control the project costs, and compute a project's estimate at completion (EAC) and variance at completion (VAC). The manual is designed for quick scanning in the classroom and filled with interactive exercises that help ensure student success

 

Target Audience

This course is designed to give you an understanding of project management concepts, creating and modifying project plans.

Project Management Fundamentals

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1. Fundamentals of project management

  • Topic A: Projects
  • Topic B: The project management process

 

2. Characteristics of a project

  • Topic A: The project environment
  • Topic B: The project manager
  • Topic C: The project team

 

3. Project initiation and scope planning

  • Topic A: Project initiation
  • Topic B: Scope planning

 

4. Scope definition, verification, and change control

  • Topic A: Scope definition
  • Topic B: Scope verification
  • Topic C: Scope change control

 

5. Time management

  • Topic A: Activity definition and sequencing
  • Topic B: Activity duration

 

6. Schedule development and control

  • Topic A: Schedule development
  • Topic B: Schedule control

 

7. Resource identification and cost approximating

  • Topic A: Resource identification
  • Topic B: Cost approximating

 

8. Budgeting and cost control

  • Topic A: Cost budgeting
  • Topic B: Cost control

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Project Management level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Project Management level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Project Management Intermediate

Course Description

Project Management Intermediate course builds on the fundamentals taught in Project Management: Basic. In the Intermediate course, students will learn how to implement quality measures, handle project risks, acquire and motivate team members, and communicate effectively. Course activities cover identifying the characteristics and goals of quality management, create a quality management plan, conduct an audit, develop a quality control system, design a risk management plan, follow a qualitative risk analysis process, create a decision tree, and monitor and control project risks. Students will also discuss the characteristics of a good manager, build and maintain a productive team, and use analysis tools and reports to evaluate the performance of a project. The manual is designed for quick scanning in the classroom and filled with interactive exercises that help ensure student success. Comes with a companion CBT program.

 

Target Audience

The typical students of this course will be managers, superivsors, or team leaders who need to learn how to implement quality measures to increase quality within their organization, handle project risks, acquire and motivate team members, and communicate effectively.

Project Management Intermediate

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1. Quality Management

  • Topic A: Fundamentals of quality management
  • Topic B: Quality planning

 

2. Quality Assurance and Control

  • Topic A: Quality assurance
  • Topic B: Quality control

 

3. Risk Identification and Management

  • Topic A: Fundamentals of risk management
  • Topic B: Risk management planning
  • Topic C: Risk identification

 

4. Risk Analysis, Response and Control

  • Topic A: Qualitative analysis
  • Topic B: Quantitative analysis
  • Topic C: Risk response
  • Topic D: Risk monitoring and control

 

5. Organisational Planning

  • Topic A: Project managers
  • Topic B: Organisational planning

 

6. Staff Acquisition and Team Building

  • Topic A: Staff acquisition
  • Topic B: Team building

 

7. Planning and Distribution Information

  • Topic A: Communications planning
  • Topic B: Distrubting information

 

8. Project Performance and Conclusion

  • Topic A: Performance reporting
  • Topic B: Concluding a project

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
October        
29 Oct - 02 Nov Midrand 0830 - 1600    R13500 Book
November        
26 Nov - 30 Nov Pretoria 0830 - 1600    R13500 Book
December        
10 Dec - 14 Dec Midrand 0830 - 1600    R13500 Book


Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
       
29 Oct - 02 Nov Midrand 0830 - 1600    R13500 Book
10 Dec - 14 Dec Midrand 0830 - 1600    R13500 Book
       
26 Nov - 30 Nov Pretoria 0830 - 1600    R13500 Book

Project Management Advanced

Course Description

Project Management Advanced course builds on the skills taught in Project Management: Intermediate. In the Advanced course, students will learn about contracts, procurement, solicitation, integration, and the project management process. Course activities will cover discussing types of contracts, identifying the role of procurement planning, soliciting contractors, evaluation proposals, negotiating contracts, developing a project plan, and implementing a work authorization system. Students will also identify process groups and variables, write closeout reports, and identify different methods of project termination.

 

Target Audience

The typical students of this course will be managers, supervisors, or teamleaders who need to learn about computers, procurement, solicitation and the project management process.

Project Management Advanced

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1. Procurement Planning

  • Topic A: Fundamentals of contracts
  • Topic B: Procurement planning

 

2. Planning, Soliciting, and Selecting

  • Topic A: Solicitation planning
  • Topic B: Selection

 

3. Contract Administration and Closeout

  • Topic A: Contract administration
  • Topic B: Elements of contract administration

 

4. Project Integration and Plan Development

  • Topic A: Integration
  • Topic B: Project planning

 

5. Implementing Plans and Controlling Change

  • Topic A: Implementing the plan
  • Topic B: Controlling change

 

6. The Project Management Process

  • Topic A: The process
  • Topic B: Initiation and planning

 

7. Execution, Control, and Project Closeout

  • Topic A: Project execution
  • Topic B: Controlling a project
  • Topic C: Closing a project