Introduction: Many projects are managed and performed in an inconsistent ad-hoc fashion. Having awareness and understanding of standard generally accepted project management practices enables managers to establish consistent structured techniques that promote successful project performance. A focus is placed on understanding project management concepts and how they support this structured approach to performing work. The entire course content is compliant with the ANSI standard “Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, fifth edition, (PMBOK®)” of the Project Management Institute (PMI®).
Objective: Delegates are introduced to the fundamentals of Project Management. The objective is to provide delegates with an understanding of how the project management approach supports a team to focus on achieving the required results. It is intended that insights gained from this course will enable learners to understand generally accepted project management practices and be able to determine where they need to pursue deeper knowledge in order to become more effective in performing project work.
Audience: This course is intended for individuals who currently work on projects or are occasionally assigned to work as project team members in any business work areas. Anybody who is currently in a project management role or aspires to this position and has not received formal training will also benefit from this course as they will be introduced to ANSI standard worldwide project management practices from the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®).
Duration: 2 days
Format: Workshop format that supports presentations of project techniques with discussions and a case study that runs through the two days. This case study enables everybody to participate in a practical exercise that will reinforce core project management techniques to launch, plan, report, monitor and complete a project
Benefits: This course promotes an awareness of project management and how certain core practices may be applied to projects in all application areas. Delegates will gain insights into project governance, planning, execution and control.
This 2-day seminar exposes delegates to the most current generally accepted practices of project management. This enables learners to:
- Appreciate the fundamentals of project management including the ability to initiate, plan and execute basic controls for a project
- Understand each of the project plans
- Develop a project charter and effectively gather project requirements
- Engage effectively with stakeholders through communication planning
- Identify risks and reflect on strategies that may be applied to proactively reduce the impact of risks to a project
- Report effectively on project progress and recognize the need for change and how to address changes consistently
Course Content: The following topics will be covered
□ Topic 1: – Nature of projects – definitions, characteristics, constraints
□ Topic 2: – Understanding the role of project governance and structure
□ Topic 3: – Project initiation
□ Topic 4: – Planning- task definition, scheduling and budgeting
□ Topic 5: – Understanding the integrated project plan (risk , communications)
□ Topic 6: – Controlling project progress (quality)
□ Topic 7: – Managing project close-out
Michael Lane brings a combination of practical hands-on experience and academic reflection to the subject of project management. This puts him in a strong position to assess your management structures in order to identify and apply potential improvements.
In order to bridge his academic contributions and experience with practical industrial engagement, Mike also delivered over 100 executive training workshops to many organizations in the public and private sector. An array of multi-day executive training courses have been delivered in Ireland, UK, Sweden, UAE and Oman. These have included exam-based courses (PMP, Fetac) as well as training in the application of general project management practices.
PhD – lean and agile project management (Univ. of Limerick)
MSc – project management using globally distributed teams (Univ. of Limerick)
Dip – foundation diploma in training and education (Nat’l Univ. of Galway)
MMII Grad. Dip. – degree equivalent (Marketing Institute of Ireland)
BSc – Computer systems (business) (University of Limerick)
PMP – Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute
This is a 2-Day Programme and spaces are limited.
Member Fee €340
Non Member Fee €380
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