The British Academy for Training and Development offers a training course in the project stages, as each project has four stages in its life cycle: initiative or start, planning, implementation, completion, and whether you work on a small project with modest business goals or a large multi-departmental initiative with institutional implications Comprehensively, understanding the project management life cycle is very necessary, as each project has basic milestones in the beginning, in the middle, and at the end, and follows the path from beginning to completion to evaluation, and working with an understanding of the project management cycle helps you in maintaining the organization of the project, through Managing and investing time and money The course also focuses on getting to know each stage and studying how to plan and manage it properly
Objectives and target group
he target group to attend a training course in the project stages
Project and program managers.
Team and members of project management offices.
Interested in this field
How will the participants benefit from attending a training course in the project stages?
Upon completion of the course program, the participants will have achieved the following benefit:
Learn about the project and the various stages of the project life cycle.
A full knowledge of the stage and realization of the idea of the project.
Learn how to deal with the feasibility study stage.
Ability to deal with the stage of setting and determining needs.
Ability to follow the implementation / production stage.
Overall knowledge of the operational stage.
Learn how to define project work and create teams
Possessing information about the end of the project.
The four stages in the life of each project:
The start-up phase of the project includes:
Conduct a feasibility study, and do some simple math using the multiplication table, to find out the project requirements.
Determine the depth and breadth of the project.
Determine the product or service to be provided.
Identify project stakeholders.
Develop a business case and compare the project's potential costs and benefits, to determine if it is moving forward
The planning stage:
Create a project plan, and define the project schedule, including project phases, tasks to be implemented and potential constraints
Create workflow documents or process maps, and visualize the project timeline by drawing milestones.
Estimate the budget, create a financial plan, and use cost estimates to determine the amount of spending.
Collect resources and build team.
Create tasks and organize workflows.
Briefing team members with tasks, by explaining the tasks to team members, providing necessary guidance on how to complete them, and organizing training related to the process if necessary.
Communicate with team members, clients, and senior management.
Quality control of work.
Manage budget, monitor spending, and keep track of assets and resources
Analyze project performance and whether project objectives have been achieved.
Analyze team performance, and evaluate how team members perform, including whether they have achieved their goals along with timeliness and quality of work.
Documenting the project’s completion, ensuring that all aspects of the project are completed with no open ends, and reporting to key stakeholders.
Conducting post-implementation reviews and undertaking a final project analysis, taking into account lessons learned for similar projects in the future.
Accounting the used and unused budget and allocating the remaining resources for future projects.
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