Project Management, rather than a way of thinking, communicating and behaving, is actually an integral part of how we approach all aspects of our work today. Understanding what it takes to keep a project on track and successful is all the more important in today’s workplace. The corporate world contains an increasing number of business initiatives being planned and executed as projects. It is therefore essential that organisations are set up and equipped with the skills, tools, work practices, processes and mind sets that are necessary for a project to be clearly defined, realistically planned and effectively managed.
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Short Course Information
Short Course in Managing Projects with MS Project
This programme will provide the delegates with the knowledge and skills to plan and manage projects using Microsoft Project 2010. It is intended for both novice and experienced Project Managers and projects support personnel who need to apply the discipline of project management using Microsoft Project Professional or Standard 2010.
Short Course in Project Management
Today’s corporate world contains an increasing number of business initiatives being planned and executed as projects. In this workshop, delegates will understand the necessary tools, best practice techniques and control mechanisms when managing projects. They will explore the phases of a project life cycle and how to establish an effective project management team.
Short Course in Project Risk Management
Project Risk Management is a set of management techniques aimed at ensuring that actual and planned project outcomes coincide, or better. As such, project risk management is practiced by the great majority of project planners, project managers and their staff. Risk management is embedded in nearly every facet of planning and implementing a project.