Delve into the process of project management systems and the role and functions throughout the project life-cycle to achieve a successful project.
Develop your ability to plan and implement appropriate strategies to a variety of projects. In recognition that a project is a temporary organisation that has key players and resources that will be managed for its successful completion on time, to quality and within budget.
Establish the principles of planning, controlling and the main measures used to manage projects. You will explore what the project manager and the project team must do to ensure that the project definition is as complete as possible, and is capable of being produced and monitored to ensure both cost and time are effectively controlled.
Understand the importance of risk management and its contribution to the inevitability of changes. Critically analyse projects and evaluate the associated risks and engage with tools and techniques used to manage risk and changes to successfully deliver the project on target.
Connect theories and practices of quality management to develop systems and processes used to assure and control the quality of the products or services delivered by the project. In addition, explore the prominence of environmental issues affecting both the project and sustainability.
Delve into the project manager’s role in ensuring that the information required is made available to whom, where and when required, so that the project progresses efficiently to its successful completion.