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Principles of Project Management

Duration: 2 days
Course Code: QTAPROJ21PM
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A two-day introductory level course designed for those team members who are either new to a project environment, or who have little or no formal project management training and would like to understand the basic concepts of project management and planning.


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Arrow Worcester, Worcester 23 October 2006 £595
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Team members or project support staff.
PRE-REQUISITES
A basic awareness of project work in the delegate's own business environment.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT BASICS
The Characteristics of a Project
The Project Life-Cycle
Management by Objectives
Management by Exception
Selected Project Management Methodologies
Project Organisation Structures
Project Scope

PLANNING - WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE
Describe a Work Breakdown Structure
Explain the Different Levels of a WBS
Produce a WBS

PLANNING - NETWORKS
Describe the Purpose of Networks
Explain Different Activity Relationships
Produce a Basic Network.

PLANNING - ESTIMATING
Describe Methods of Estimating
Produce a Basic Estimate
Demonstrate Risk Assessment and Management

PLANNING - CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS
Describe the Critical Path Method
Calculate and Identify a Critical Path

PLANNING - RESOURCING AND SCHEDULING
Identify the Importance of 'Float' in Determining the Team Size
Gantt Charts
Resource Smoothing
Identifying the Factors Affecting Allocation of Resources to Individual Tasks
Scheduling a Project

MONITORING AND CONTROL
Methods of Maintaining Control
Milestone Planning
Milestone Slippage
The Project Control Cycle

CASE STUDY
A Realistic Case Study is Used to Practice all of the Major Components of the Course



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