The British Academy for Training and Development offers a professional course in “Project Management”, as theproject manager should possess a set of so-called project management skills, to help him complete the project on time,within the limited budget, and according to the specified goal. Thus, this manager is supposed to be qualified for study and training in the field of project management, because this field of study includes the study of project management strategies in terms of: defining project objectives, avoiding committing costly mistakes resulting fromneglect, and forgetting, in addition to that the study of project management It directs the necessary personnel skills towards creating cooperation among them, and obtaining support and resources in order to get the work done.Implementation of project phases, as well as for line managers, who also need to understand and know how to support and support all efforts in the enterprise project management process.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Project managers and project team
General managers and project supervisors.
Beneficiaries of projects and decision makers related to
Consultants and all those related to project management and related
Engineers in various
Those who aspire to become a project management professional (PMP).
Knowledge and Benefits:
After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following:
Comprehensive knowledge of all project management
Knowledge of different ways of selecting projects.
Learn how to establish projects.
The practice of time and money planning.
Knowledge of how to define project actions and build
Practical practice of project monitoring and control.
Recognizing the types of contracts and contracting mechanisms, supervising them, and receiving
Learn about the tools and techniques used in project management.
Introduction to and principles of project management and
Project organizational structures, teams, and their
Leadership, motivation, ethics, negotiation, and conflict
General and financial management and the principles of property
Project scope management and planning, e. statement of work, work breakdown structures, resources, andresponsibility matrices.
Project risk management, e. the identification, analysis, and management of risks.
Project quality management and total quality
Project cost management, i.e. estimating, pricing, and cost control by means of s-curves and earned
Procurement, covering the law of contracts, the various standard construction, and professional services contracts, tendering procedures, contract management, and project
Trade-off analysis, project reports, plans, communication, and integration.
Project cost management.
Project team management and
Creating project schedules using techniques such as Gantt charts and network
Resource allocation and
Schedule compression and project time
Estimating project costs and creating budgets.
Cost control and
Earned value management and cost variance
Defining project quality requirements and standards.
Quality assurance and quality
Six Sigma and continuous improvement in project
Identifying and analyzing project
Risk response planning and risk
Risk monitoring and control.
Developing a project communication
Communication methods and
Project Procurement Management:
Vendor selection and contract
Procurement performance monitoring
Identification of stakeholders.
Perform a qualitative and quantitative risk
Six Sigma Benefits and
Identifying and analyzing project
Stakeholder engagement and communication
Managing stakeholder expectations and
Project manager's role in ethical decision-making.
Professional code of conduct and
Social responsibility and sustainable project
Practical applications and case studies.
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