This Trainee-centered course includes the following training methodologies:-
- Talking presentation Slides (PPT with audio)
- Simulation & Animation
- Case Studies
- Gamification (learning through games)
- Quizzes, Pre-test & Post-test
After completing the course, the employee will:-
Apply and gain a comprehensive knowledge on project management skills Have an overview of key project management concept discussing key concepts, terminology and role The project triangle The definition of the "project" The five-core PM-Initiating the project Creating a project charter and tying it to the business case Gathering and documenting requirements Setting customer, sponsor, and team member expectations Identifying the work Creating the work breakdown structure (WBS) based on the charter and product requirements Assigning ownership to tasks-estimating the work Discussing industry best practices for creating realistic estimates Scheduling the work Creating precedence (network logic) diagrams to show task dependencies Producing Gantt charts to graph project timelines Determining the critical path and calculating float Creating the budget Estimating and tracking personnel and (out of pocket) expenses Apply project management skills and initiating the project Discuss the origins of project management, PM techniques, PM associations and body of knowledge and the PMBOK 9 knowledge areas Recognize PMI certification requirements, project life cycle phases and their management Carryout project quality management, project risk management, project management skills and toolkit and planning tools & techniques Organize and administer tools and techniques as well as apply leadership tools and control tools and techniques Illustrate project work breakdown structure, task duration – pert method, forward and backward calculations, project network and project plan Apply bicycle puncture repair and tyre change planning as well as discuss schedules, committed cash flow and resource requirements Perform projected cash flow and baseline plan, organize and administer your project and review tender/contract clause coverage Carryout scope management, fill up scope change control form, identify some major causes of project failure or poor results and apply project risk management
Project management has evolved from a management philosophy restricted to a few functional areas and regarded as something nice to have to an enterprise project management system affecting every functional unit of the company. More and more companies are now regarding project management as being mandatory for the survival of the firm. Almost all of today’s executives are in agreement that the solution to the majority of corporate problems involves obtaining better control and use of existing corporate resources, looking internally rather than externally for the solution.
As part of the attempt to achieve an internal solution, executives are taking a hard look at the ways corporate activities are managed. Project management is one of the techniques under consideration. The project management approach is relatively modern. It is characterized by methods of restructuring management and adapting special management techniques, with the purpose of obtaining better control and use of existing resources.
Project management is a simple, logical and easy to use management style and has been recognized as the most appropriate form of management for the new generation of managers.
As the use of projects becomes more pervasive, so more managers are entering the field of project management. Their success will be helped by their ability to develop a fully integrated information and control system to plan, instruct, monitor and control large amounts of data, quickly and accurately to facilitate the problem-solving and decision-making process.
Successful project management is about getting the job done on time, within budget and to the client’s required specifications. This course will systematically cover the main activities performed by a project manager from inception to completion as well as the techniques required during the project life cycle to achieve these objectives.
The course will outline the latest planning and control techniques used by industry, commerce, sport and domestic projects, and particularly those used by the project planning software and referred to in the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) project management body of knowledge (PMBOK), and the Association of Project Manager’s (APM) body of knowledge (bok).
This E-Learning course is designed to take you step-to-step through the latest planning and control techniques, particularly those used by the Project Management Software and the Project Management Body of Knowledge (both APM’s bok and PMI’s PMBOK). The course is in line with the PMI knowledge requirements and with the relevant experience will enable the participant to apply to the PMI for acceptance to their examination for the PMI-PMP registration .(Details of the full PMI requirements are available on the PMI web-page, www.pmi.org ).
The course is carefully developed to reflect the best practices that also match the training requirements of distinguished professional organizations such as the Project Management Institute (PMI) and FIDIC. The Professional Development Units/Hours (PDUs) or Continuing Education Units (CEUs) awarded to our participants are recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and by the International Association for Continuing Education & Training (IACET-USA).