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Course Duration

16 hours

Type of course

Short Courses

Campus where course is offered

ITE College West

Managing projects can be challenging in the face of tight timelines, limited resources and a multitude of risks. Through this course, learn how to use tools and techniques to deliver projects successfully.

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What you'll learn

1) Project Management Fundamentals:

- Understand the project management life cycle and criteria for a successful project.

2) Initiating a Project:

- Acquire an overview concept of project planning.

- Write up the project objectives, scope, and benefits. 

- Identify high-level risks and constraints.

3) Planning the Project: 

- Create a work breakdown structure and develop the project schedule and budget.

- Identify the critical path and work with buffers.

- Identify and manage risks.

- Structure of the project team and assign responsibilities.

4) Project Execution and Control:

- Measure the project schedule and budget adherence against the developed project plan.

- Perform quality control on project deliverables.

- Manage changes in the project.

5) Manage Project Stakeholders: 

- Identify project stakeholders and manage their expectations.

- Develop a structured plan to communicate effectively across different stakeholders.

6) Project Closure:

- Prepare handover documents to customers.

- Review the project performance against the planned baseline and document lessons learned. 


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Target audiences

  • Aspiring project managers: Individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in project management. This course provides them with the foundational knowledge and skills required for project management roles.
  • Entry-level project managers: Those who have recently been appointed as project managers or are new to the profession can use a this course to gain a solid understanding of project management principles, methodologies, and best practices.
  • Team members or functional managers: Professionals who are part of project teams or manage functional areas within organizations may take this course to better understand the project management process and their roles within project teams.

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