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Project Management in a day

Westown Hotel Opebi Link Road (Behind Sheraton Hotel) Ikeja, Lagos
Start Date:
June 19, 2017
End Date:
June 19, 2017
9:00am to 5:00pm



Course Overview

This intensive project management Master Class provides a professional coverage of all the topics in “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge” (PMBOK® Guide), designed for those who currently work as full-time project managers, or have prior experience of project management methodology.

This project management course encourages the participants to consider how effective Project Managers behave and to adopt these models on their projects.

Who should attend?

This project management course is designed for those who manage projects on a full time basis and whose projects involve the need for more formal approaches to managing, including projects in which there are significant external dependencies to be controlled. It is also suitable for those aspiring to project management roles or desiring the knowledge.

Course Breakdown


Project Management course format
Case study
Review some basic Project Management concepts

Project Selection

Selection of projects
Business cases
Project approvals

Integration Management

Overall Project Plan
Integrated change control
Executing the plan
Work allocation
Project closure
A brief review of tools which can be used to assist in running projects
Scheduling, risk, change and issue management and new developments

Scope Management

Gathering project requirements
Defining and verifying scope
Using Work Breakdown Structures (WBS)
Controlling changes to scope

Time Management

Defining and sequencing project activities (using the WBS and network diagrams)
Estimating effort
Three point estimates
Schedule development and control
Critical path
Fast tracking

Cost Management

Deriving budgets and monitoring performance against them
Earned value analysis

Risk Management

Identifying and managing risk and opportunities

Quality Management

How we manage customer satisfaction by ensuring quality of deliverables – quality planning, quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC)

Procurement Management

Planning for, selecting and sourcing supply of goods and services from external vendors
Contract administration issues

Human Resource Management

Project Management competency model
Training issues
Performance agreements
Project organisation models
Project staffing plans video
Project Management competencies and behaviours on the job

Communications Management

Stakeholder management
Status reporting
Information dissemination, both within team and outside to stakeholders
Correcting variances to plan
Lessons learned reporting

Professional Responsibility

A brief guide to the major professional responsibilities of a project manager in the workplace and the ethical conflicts that can arise from this role

COST: 40,000

For more information about this course, call 09056761232