Aligned to SAQA’s Unit Standard 120372, NQF level 4, Credits 5
Many projects are cancelled before they are completed.
Many are completed late and cost well over their original estimates.
And, of the rare few which are completed, on-time and within budget, many do not meet the needs of the project stakeholders.
It is essential that effective project managers develop the organisational and interpersonal skills needed to manage a project from the strategic stage through to completion.
Training course objectives for Project Management
To understand the nature of a project
To adapt to the differing nature and to utilize application of project management
Understanding of types of structures involved within a project environment
The application of organisation structures
Understanding and applying roles and responsibilities of Project Sponsors, Project Managers, Project Members and stakeholders
An in depth understanding of all major processes and activities within project management
To be competent to start operating in a project environment by understanding the terminology used in a Project Management environment.
To be able to interpret and explain the fundamental concepts of project management
Create and sustain focused and motivated teams
Solve problems, identify solutions and apply corrective action steps
Effective communication, working successfully with the project team
How to successfully complete the project by risk management and control procedures.