The Project Quality, Risk and Time Management short course presents you with a unique training experience in applying a further three of the ten Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) areas – namely, Quality management, Risk Management and Time Management – directly to the construction and built environments. The course specifically aims to provide you with extensive knowledge of and the requisite skills in project control and time management, project reporting, project construction and proper close-out to ensure quality standards and minimised risks are met.
Professionals who would like to build on their knowledge of project management or pursue it as a potential career path are invited to attend the Certified Associate in Project Management Preparation (CAPM®) short course. The course prepares and assists you to become CAPM® certified. This certification is an asset that will distinguish you in the job market and enhance your credibility and effectiveness working on or with project teams. Project management is a rapidly growing profession. With the CAPM®, you’ll be on the fast track to many new and exciting career opportunities.
The Online Course: Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam Preparation assists you in improving your knowledge of project management in preparation for the PMP examination. Unlike other certifications that focus on a particular geography or domain, the international PMP certification can lead to project management work in virtually any industry using various methodologies and/or in any possible location. The PMP helps you understand the global language of project management and enables you to better connect with the global project management community.
The Project Management Principles, Practices and Scheduling online short course provides you with the practical know-how to plan projects. During the course, you will gain insights on initiating the project, identifying stakeholders (as well as their roles and responsibilities), planning the project lifecycle, developing a scope statement and managing scope changes, identifying work packages and developing a project plan.
The Principles and Practices of Project Management short course provide you with the practical know-how to schedule and authorise projects, allocating resources and setting up cost and time estimations.
The short course in the Introduction to Multidisciplinary Concepts in Railway Engineering is ideal for a professional from any engineering discipline who already has reasonable (or intention to gain) experience in the railway operations environment. During this course, you will not only be introduced to the multidisciplinary aspects and concepts of railway engineering, but you will also be equipped with unparalleled knowledge of the basic principles of and general background to the field with a specific focus on how railway transport systems operate.
The short course in Project Management Principles and Practices with Microsoft Project provides you with the skills to design, implement and manage basic project plans by means of proven project management software.
During the course, you will be able to use Microsoft Project as a tool to manage projects in your specific working environment and understand the role of the project support office to successfully complete your projects. Among other topics, you will also gain exposure to project lifecycles and phases, as well as initiating and defining projects.
The short course in Construction Contracts introduces you to the law of contracts and, more specifically, the various types of construction contracts used in the current South African construction and built environments.
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