Project Management

This skills training programme is accredited by the Services SETA at NQF 4 for 22 credits.

Advanced Project Management Training

(4 day course) which covers;

o Financial Management;

o Pricing and Costing;

o Business /Project Plans Development

o Change Management

Project Management Training - Learning Outcomes:

Upon completing this skills program, the delegate should be able to apply the following general and cross-cutting areas of learning, as well as specific areas of learning will be addressed:

The principals, methods and techniques of recognized best practice in project and quality management

· Gathering and analyzing information and planning a project to deliver an integrated Project Management Plan

· Communication Skills: both verbal and written Presentation of information

· Time Management; the ability to estimate resources and durations to create a Network Diagram and draw up the Project Schedule or Gantt chart.

· Cost Management: the ability to estimate costs and create a project budget and then control costs to measure performance using Key Performance Indicators such as SVI and CPI

· Projects and system thinking and implementation

· General understanding of how an organization is structured and operates, so as to enhance communication amongst stakeholders.

· Verification and cross-checking techniques

· Monitoring and evaluation practices, including how to obtain and give feedback

· How approval processes work and why they are needed

· Documentation practices, including version control

· Problem solving, using various techniques

· Professional responsibility and respect for ethics, society and others

· Dealing with change management

This course is aligned to the following registered NQF Unit Standards:

Unit Standard No

Unit Standard Title

NQF Level



Explain fundamentals of project management




Develop a simple schedule to facilitate effective

project execution




Contribute to project initiation, scope definition and

scope change control



Project Management Training Assessments and Assignments:

The Project Management Advance Skills Training Programme comprises of the following 13 sections of study:

Section 1: An overview of the nature of projects and project management.

Section 2: The project management context: the project management lifecycle

Section 3: The project management processes

Section 4: Project Integration Management

Section 5: Scope Management and the Work Breakdown Structure

Section 6: Time Management

Section 7: Cost Management

Section 8: Quality Management

Section 9: Human Resources Management

Section 10: Communication Management

Section 11: Risk Management

Section 12: Procurement Management

Section 13: Change Management

Includes all teas and lunches, and parking.

Contact Details

Contact Person: 

Nounouche Salick
Course Details

Unit Standard: 

120372; 120384; 120373

NQF Level: 

Level 4



Course Delivery Method: 

In Class In Class

Presented Presented Courses

In House In-House

On Demand On Demand

Course Duration: 

4 Days


R4600.00 (Vat Excluded)

Course fee Includes: 

Materials, Facilitation, Lunches/ Teas & Coffees, Porfolio Build, Certificate of Achievement, SETA Credit Bearing