The ability to manage and complete a project is a skill which will equip any professional seeking to be more involved in organisational projects, either on an ad hoc or permanent basis. A Project Manager needs to be able to complete a project within a specified time, using allocated resources within required parameters to meet either the client’s or an organisation’s expectations. This practical programme which has been designed along internationally accepted standards, includes aspects such as Gantt charts specifically used for planning and control of projects, as well as the work breakdown structure (WBS).
Course Duration: 20 weeks on Saturday mornings.
Cash Fee: R9990 (Fees on terms are also available)
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- Are involved in the planning, executing and completion of projects;
- Are members of a project management team, e.g. assistants, secretaries and administrators;
- Want to move from being a member to being the leader of the team;
- Want to update their current knowledge with project management specific skills and techniques;
- Want to formalise their knowledge and skills by means of a certificate.
College Campus is an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE). The Project Management short learning programme (SLP) diploma is certified by The IIE and endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Business Management (CIBM). Project Management South Africa (PMSA), a project management professional body, has certified The IIE as a registered training provider Employers in both the private and public sectors value the skills obtained from students who have studied Project Management at College Campus.
Learning Unit 1: Introduction to project management
Learning Unit 2: History of project management
Learning Unit 3: Project life-cycle
Learning Unit 4: Feasibility study
Learning Unit 5: Project selection
Learning Unit 6: Project estimating
Learning Unit 7: Planning and control cycle
Learning Unit 8: Scope management
Learning Unit 9: Work breakdown structure
Learning Unit 10: Critical path method
Learning Unit 11: Gantt charts
Learning Unit 12: Procurement schedule
Learning Unit 13: Resource planning
Learning Unit 14: Project accounts
Learning Unit 15: Project control
Learning Unit 16: Earned value
Learning Unit 17: Quality management