Project Management - 24 & 25 May

Overview

The Project Management course aims to introduce Project Managers, Potential Project Managers, Schedulers and Planners to the skills and competencies required to successfully manage projects in their organisations.

  

Content

Fundamentals of the project management cycle

  • What is a project?
  • Definitions
  • The difference between projects and processes
  • The role of the project manager
  • Project phases

   
Managing project goals and task outlines

  • Developing scope
  • Project constraints
  • Project priorities
  • Conducting a stakeholder analysis
  • Project communication planning
  • Initial project scope processes
  • Project charter and project goals

  
Determining project status

  • The project and your organisation
  • Project Formative Phase: Detailed Scope planning

  
Selecting, motivating and managing the project team

  • Understanding project team members
  • Team selection
  • Team management

Managing delegation, controlling and tracking the project

  • Project monitoring
  • Control systems
  • Project change controls

  
Managing clients and stakeholders

  • The project communication plan

    
Managing project schedules and budgets

  • Project resources
  • Assigning resources
  • Budget allocation, monitoring and management
  • Budget reporting – it’s not just the final figure
  • Contingency plans
      

Project close, evaluation and review

  • Closing the project
  • The devil is in the detail
  • Assessment of project outcomes and lessons learned

 

Learning outcomes

By the end of this program participants will

  • Have a deeper understanding of the complexities of communication;
  • Understand the project cycle
  • Develop scope
  • Delegate tasks within the project charter
  • Effectively plan a project
  • Effectively monitor a project and change controls
  • Develop a communication plan
  • Understand budget allocation and contingency planning
  • Understand the importance of closing the project

  

Prerequisite

This program requires no previous experience or training

  

Course duration

2 days

  

Further development

Stakeholder Engagement

Risk Management

Certificate IV in Project Management Practice

  

 

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Course Information

  
Inclusions:

  • Interactive, practical and hands on learning
  • Small groups for maximum impact
  • Take home resource workbook
  • Post course Coach Line
  • Post course follow up
  • Certificate of Attendance for participants
  • Morning & afternoon refreshments
  • Delicious cafe lunch


Enjoy Perth's best CBD training venue:

Cloisters Level 1, 863 Hay Street
Perth CBD

Real People, Real Conversations, Real Results  

   

 

Customised Solutions
  

We understand one size does not always fit all. Our team of qualified trainers can create a customised solution tailored to your specific needs.

We are happy to offer closed group sessions or additional dates as you require.

To discuss customisation training, simply call 08 9218 9059 or email admin@ati-mirage.com.au
 

 
 

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