The course is presented as two, one week modules, each module is a self-contained unit, but presentations are continuous and may be considered to be a single two-week course with the examination on the last day of module 2. The modular structure of the courses allows flexibility and some delegates, if they wish, attend module 1 and then allow a gap before returning for module 2 and the examination.
All ITP Limited courses are presented by skilled lecturers with extensive experience in the practical ‘real-world’ application of Project Management and are able to illustrate the theory by relating it to ‘real-life’ project situations.
Who should attend?
This course is intended for IS professionals who are in, or are moving into, a managerial role. It is also suitable for non-IS managers who are taking on IS project management responsibilities using PRINCE2 or other recognized methodologies. Project management consultants who wish to gain a professional qualification and a recognized certificate to demonstrate their knowledge and expertise in the field, will also find this course to be of great value. It is likely that delegates attending the course and entering the examination will have a minimum of four years Information Systems and/or managerial experience.
10 days (with an oral examination to be taken at a later date on successful completion of the written examination).
The role of the manager
Project management methodologies
Project Organisation and responsibilities
Health and safety
Estimating with FPA II
Managing external resources
Plans and the Project Support Office
Product delivery framework
Applying quality control
Change control procedures
Quality assurance and audits
Implementing management systems
Code of practice
The standard fee for the two weeks is inclusive of tuition, course materials plus both the written and oral examination fees