What you’ll learn
Discover how to:
Build a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Use a network diagram to display a Project Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) chart
Use the Critical Path Method (CPM) in the network diagram to ensure the correct project duration
Estimate and schedule project tasks
Apply resources to a project plan
Explore different personality types and learn how they affect project management
Project Management Knowledge Areas:
PMBOK at DDLS
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Who is the course for?
Those who want to understand basic project management skills and concepts. You might also be interested in attending our 5-day Project Management for Practitioners course which will be running at the same time.
We can also deliver and customise this training course for larger groups – saving your organisation time, money and resources. For more information, please contact us on 1800 853 276.
An Overview of Project Management
The characteristics of a project
Project management processes
Project success and failure
Critical success factors and components
The effective project manager – skills and characteristics
Roles and responsibilities
The time, cost, and scope target
The People Side of Project Management
Planning the Project
The components of the plan
Introduction to the case study
The project charter
The work plan
The control plans
The functions of a good project plan
Work Breakdown Structure (Work Plans)
Estimating concepts and methods
Effort, productivity factors, influence factors
Evaluation of risk
Identification, assessment, quantification, and contingency planning
Risk consequences and contingencies
A technique for planning for risk
Measurement, evaluation, and quality control
Prerequisites to effective control
Change management and control
Industry Association Recognition
This course is aligned to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) 6th Edition and is endorsed by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
Project Management Institute (PMI)®
Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM)
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