Course Outline

  • Introduction to project management.
  • Defining  the forms of organizations
  • Project initiation :
    • Defining project selection criteria,
    • Defining project selection  methods,
    • Develop project charter, and
    • Develop preliminary project charter;
  • Project planning:
    • Defining Scope planning,  definition,  statement,
    • Create WBS,
    • Defining HR planning,
    • Defining communication planning,
    • Defining time planning,
    • Activity definition and sequencing,
    • Activity recourse estimating,
    • Schedule development,
    • Defining the critical path methods,
    • Defining cost estimating, budgeting and cost baseline,
    • Defining project risk;
  • Project executing:
    • Direct and manage project execution,
    • Manage HR executing “Acquire and Develop project team”,
    • Manage Communication executing “Information distribution”,
  • Monitor and control a project by:
    • Monitor and control project work,
    • Establishing performance measurement and reports,
    • Verification of  the project scope,
    • Managing project team,
    • Managing stakeholders, and
    • Managing change control “change control system”,
    • Controlling Scope change, and
    • Risk monitor and control;
  • Closing the project :
    • Administrative closure procedure,
    • Analyzing the project, and
    • Producing a final product, service, result and report.

Requirements

This workshop is designed especially for supervisors and managers who are responsible for mid-to-long term projects, and wish to gain a better understanding of project management principles, tools, and techniques. Participants should have a good command of written and spoken English.

  21 Hours
 

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