Intro to Project Management Techniques

$697.00

Feb 18th 2021

20 positions available

 

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Workshop Description

Planning and managing tasks in a project-oriented way has been more successful at work and at home. Whether you are planning for an offsite meeting, installation of a new production plant, or even your holiday trip, you are working on a project.

This course will introduce you to the essential techniques to managing projects in a pragmatic and simplistic way, so you can feel comfortable managing activities in an efficient and effective way.

This course is ideal for people new to the profession or needs a refresher in best practices of Project Management.

Delivery:

Face-to-face, Perth Metro Area

Duration:

1 day / 9AM – 5PM

Content:

Introduction to Project Management

Planning and Scheduling

Gantt Chart

WBS and PBS

Critical Path Method

Risk and Issues Management

Stakeholder Management

Monitor and Control of projects

Who is this course for:

Anyone who is required to manage projects in their daily work

Aspiring project managers, associate project managers, project team members

Anyone who wants to build knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to manage projects successfully

 

Who is this course not for:

People who just want to take some time out for a fun one-day workshop and not participate

Experienced and accredited project managers, who know it all and have seen it all

 

What you will learn:

Understand what makes up a project including objectives and requirements

Understand planning techniques

Steps to build a schedule using Work-Breakdown Structure and Product Breakdown Structures

Understand and analyse critical path methods to optimise schedules

How to visualise schedules using Gantt charts and milestones

Understand baselines and monitoring of project progress

Difference between Risks and Issues Management

 

Learning Outcomes:

Manage the scope, cost, timing and quality of projects

Identify project goals, constraints, deliverables, performance criteria and controls

Manage stakeholders and expectations

Scheduling techniques

How to monitor and control project progress