A 3-day intensive project management workshop that gives a comprehensive overview of the main features, tools, and techniques of project management. This course is aligned to SAQA US 120385 - Apply a range of project management tools and techniques and builds on US 120372 - Explain the fundamentals of project management. Delegates will work on case studies and apply the knowledge to their own work environment. Delegates will complete formative assessments in class and prepare a summative assessment in the form of a Portfolio of Evidence, which will be formally assessed and submitted to MICT Seta to be endorsed for these unit standards. There is an additional charge for this service which is included in your course fee.
|UNIT STANDARD TITLE||Apply a range of project management tools and techniques|
Knowledge assumed to be in place below. A baseline assessment will be done in class or online to test that this knowledge is in place. If not, we recommend that a delegate come on our Project Management Fundamentals course to acquire the knowledge. Any person who has project management experience should have this knowledge.
|UNIT STANDARD TITLE||Explain the fundamentals of project management|
|Delivery Method||Duration||Price (excl. VAT)|
|Fulltime||3 Days||R 8,847.00|
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Anyone who needs an accredited, NQF aligned and credit bearing short-course on project management that is practical and relevant and trained by an expert.
Ideal for someone new to project management or on a project team who does not have a formal project management qualification, but who needs a grasp of the terminology and methodology of project management in order to effectively participate in a project team. This is a great base course for someone embarking on a career as a project manager or who would like to find out if project management is the path for them.
It is also an excellent refresher course.
Any work experience is beneficial. No direct project management experience necessary, although it is beneficial to have been involved in project work.
One must have the knowledge component of the Leading Training Project Management Fundamentals Course in place or have attended the Fundamentals course if you are completely new to project management. If you are not able to attend this course, please request a pre-reading pack to cover this knowledge component.
Please note that this course requires computer skills and delegates need to have access to a computer / laptop to complete the course. Access to a stable internet connection is essential for webinar attendees. Classroom based delegates can hire a laptop if needed. MS Word and MS Excel will be used in class and access to a Learner Mangement System will be given - Moodle, to access exercises and resources.
What is a Project?
Project Management Basics
Approaches to Project Management
Traditional or Waterfall Project Management
PMBOK 6 Guide
Principles of Project management based on PRINCE2
Agile Project Management
Choosing the Best Approach
Organizational Breakdown Structure
Roles and Responsibility
Role of the Project Manager
The Project Life Cycle
The Project Processes
Phases or Stages of a Project
Goals and Objectives
Statement of Scope
Goals and Objectives
Cost and Schedule Estimates
List of Stakeholders
Assumptions and Agreements
The Communication Plan
Communication in Projects
Risks Management Strategies
Planning Tools and Techniques
Work Breakdown Structure
Critical Path Analysis
The Network Diagram
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|Start Date||End Date||Branch||Status|
|Mon 31 May 2021||Wed 2 Jun 2021||Woodmead||Scheduled|
|Mon 26 Jul 2021||Wed 28 Jul 2021||Woodmead||Provisional|
|Mon 20 Sep 2021||Wed 22 Sep 2021||Woodmead||Provisional|
|Mon 15 Nov 2021||Wed 17 Nov 2021||Woodmead||Provisional|