Unlock the secrets of project management by taking control of your professional tasks
Every good project must be defined and processed in the areas affecting its success. Dive into various project phases under the guidance of experienced project managers who have practical experience in both the private and public sectors. Take a holistic approach to examining projects. Our course will help you gain the knowledge to correctly formulate questions and set parameters leading to clear answers.
The theoretical knowledge and practical advice gained in the Project Management course is a prestigious commodity in today's competitive business landscape. By passing the course in Project Management, you will grasp the importance of information and resource flow optimization and will improve your performance by focusing on quality and contribution.
What will you study?
This course will provide the students with very important information and knowledge on how to get the desired result after managing projects.
At first, the course introduces students to the basic concepts of project and process management. Another part of the course is dedicated to the important term of the Project Scope, its definition, verification and changes.
Upon successful completion of the course, students are going to be well prepared to handle projects effectively in a realistic environment with all changes and risks involved.
Course Content & Curriculum
- Introduction to Project Management
- Managing and Planning of the Project Scope
- Time-management of Projects
- Project cost management
- Human Resource Management of the Project
- Risk Management
- Project Closure and Conclusion
Course Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this course, students should be able to…
Get familiar with the basic terminology in the field and with the main approaches (waterfall vs. agile) and their differences.
Assess methods of project development against project size, scope, timeframe and organizational priorities and capacity.
Use the basic characteristics of a project as opposed to BAU (business as usual), principles, processes areas (themes), six areas to be controlled in a project.
Synthesize interpersonal characteristics to evaluate their impact on team roles, group dynamics and project success.
Choose project management tools - conceptual and technological - that best suit project challenges, tasks and metrics for project completion.
Synthesise the findings and compile the final conclusions derived from the paper. Propose practical steps for implementing the findings (areas of improvement) and the direction of further research in their specific environment.