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Project Management Course
How do you manage, co-ordinate and control several activities to achieve a satisfactory outcome?
Then our TIPS for Good Project Management Course is for you!
Project management is the discipline of planning, organising and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of the vision or aim, through specific project goals and objectives. The ability to manage a project successfully is an important part of any business. Being able to break projects down into manageable tasks will help make the management easier and will increase your chances of success.
In this course you will learn how to scope and define a project, and key terms and techniques such as project authorisation and project implementation. You will get the tools, techniques and skills to plan, implement, monitor and control projects from the outset through to a satisfactory conclusion. This includes both the technical aspect of project management and also effective team working, problem solving and communication skills.
The specific knowledge and skills included in this course in support of the above aims are:
- Scope and define a project.
- Recognise the life cycle of a project.
- Identify the authorities, responsibilities & accountabilities.
- Define the project & create a Statement of Requirements.
- How to break projects down into manageable tasks.
- Project authorization
- Project implementation
- Schedule tasks using ‘Gantt’ & ‘PERT’ charts.
- Use milestones & interdependencies to monitor project progress.
- Initiate risk management techniques for successful project outcomes.
- Use graphical methods to monitor project progress and costs.
- Create effective team working to ensure positive project results.
- Manage time successfully and stay on course to meet project deadlines.
- Communicate effectively at all levels to achieve a successful project conclusion.
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