THIS COURSE IS ALIGNED TO UNIT STANDARD
Title: Explain Fundamentals of Project Management
Unit Standard ID: 120372
NQF Level: 4
Credit Value: 5
All employees in an organisation may at times work with projects. This may bring you into contact with consultants, project teams and project managers. Whilst you may not manage specific projects it is important that you understand both the technical and managerial aspects of project management. This will ensure that you and your organisation can make an informed contribution to the projects and can monitor implementation and outcomes. Project management requires special knowledge and skills. Many projects are cancelled before they are completed. Many are completed late and cost well over their original estimates. And, of the rare few which are completed, on-time and within budget, many do not meet the needs of the project stakeholders. It is essential that effective project managers develop the organisational and interpersonal skills needed to manage a project from the strategic stage through to completion. Upon completion of this course you will be able to start operating in a project environment by understanding the terminology used in a project management environment. You’ll also be able to interpret and explain the fundamental concepts of project management.
WHAT THIS COURSE CAN DO FOR YOU…
Persons that will find benefit of this course:
These projects may be technical projects, business projects or developmental projects across a range of economic sectors.
The primary objective of our training is to ensure that knowledge is acquired.
POST COURSE ASSISTANCE
“On-Line Knowledge Hub”
All delegates attending Kwelanga Training public courses now have FREE access to post course on-line resources. Up-to-date, convenient and easily accessible information, relevant to the programme attended, is available. Tools include case studies, articles, exercises and other valuable articles which will reinforce course content and assist in transferring knowledge and skills to the workplace.
“Contact the Coach” – Post Course Support
Kwelanga Training strongly believes learning should include on-going assistance following training. Delegates can “Contact the Coach” via email or telephonically if they need support with additional queries/questions regarding the application of theory covered during the course at any time following the course.
1 March, 2017 - 2 March, 2017 8:00 AM - 4:00 PMSouth Africa Time
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