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
This is the third of three workshops preparing you to become a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM). If you wish to achieve this qualification you must attend all three workshops (Introduction, Intermediate and Advanced) – although you may have attended one or more in previous years. In addition, there is also a mandatory one-day session to prepare you for taking the qualification.
Date(s) - 27/03/2018
9:15 am - 4:05 pm
Main Campus (CB 3.16)
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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