Please note that this workshop focuses on research based scenarios and is only available to those in Research roles.
This course builds on Project management – Intermediate and introduces techniques for dealing with complex and ill-defined projects.
You will learn how to prioritise multiple projects, how to allocate work and how to predict likely outcomes.
Please note: you must have attended Project management – An introduction and Project management – Intermediate before attending this course.
During this 1-day course, you will:
- Learn about initiating complex projects and programmes including reconciling stakeholder priorities and constituting the project board
- Prioritise multiple projects, establishing the project slate and calculate the cost of changed priorities
- Be aware of phased project delivery, distinguishing needs and wants and avoiding “gold plating”
- Understand establishing a project office and defining function and responsibility
- Learn effective work allocation including scheduling multiple tasks and Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints
- Understand different project types and alternative project management methodologies
- Learn to employ Earned Value Analysis (EVA), computing CV, SV, CPI, SVI, and predicting likely outcomes
- Appreciate ethics and professionalism in projects and the need to comply with rigorous standards of behaviour
Would you like to become a Certified Associate in Project Management?
Attending all project management workshops we offer allows you become a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM). To be able to take the exam to achieve this qualification you must attend all four workshops (Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced) – although you may have attended one or more in previous years. And there is also a one-day session to prepare you for taking the qualification.
You will then be responsible for signing up to the exam and paying for this yourself. The exam cost is circa £230 ($300). There are two ways to take the exam: In a test centre (the nearest is on Kingsmead Square in Bath) or online.
Taking the exam is not mandatory. You are very welcome to attend the project management workshops without taking the qualification.
Date(s) - 28/05/2019
9:15 am - 4:05 pm
Main Campus (3W 4.7)
Event Speaker/Organiser: David Bartholomew - Fistral Training Course Code: RSPMA Topic: Digital Capability: All UKPSF: All RDF: B - Personal Effectiveness Target Audience: Staff who Research
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