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Companies recognise that effective project management is a key factor in assuring project success. A knowledgeable and experienced project manager will drive an optimal project result and maximise the project’s return on investment.
The mark of a truly successful project manager is how they think and behave in the face of the multitude of ‘less-than-ideal’ situations that they are destined to face almost every day of their project management lives. They accept full responsibility for a project’s outcomes and assume the requisite authority to match. These high-performing project managers can strike a delicate balance of the following: analytical and critical thinking skills, superior communication, leadership, negotiation and facilitation skills, combined with a problem-solving, results-oriented focus.
This course has been designed with all the above in mind. With a range of best practice principles as its foundation, this course builds upon participants’ existing skills and knowledge by way of a ‘guided tour’ through a series of real-life scenarios, problems and issues faced by project managers across the board.
This course provides participants with the opportunity to…
Project selection and feasibility
Exploration of how projects fit into the organisational context and how they are kept in line with organisational strategies and goals.
Planning for success
Key concepts, practices, tools and techniques associated with planning activities e.g. scoping, scheduling, creating budgets, and developing project estimates.
Engaging and communicating with stakeholders
Identifying and analysing stakeholders. How to identify and meet stakeholder expectations through negotiation and collaboration techniques. Dealing with common stakeholder challenges.
Managing risk, procurement and quality
Developing high quality risk statements and risk treatment plans. Selecting vendors through pre-defined evaluation criteria. Defining and meeting quality requirements.
Leading the project
Building and developing the project team. Leading a team through effective delegation and providing structured feedback.
Controlling and closing the project
Identifying activities to effectively control the project. Measuring project performance and reporting on progress. Taking action to manage deviations to planned baselines. The project manager’s role in continuous improvement and benefits realisation.
Although this course does not cover Agile practices in detail, an overview of relevant Agile practices, tools and techniques will be discussed in each session for context.
As part of PM-Partners’ new integrated learning solution, this course offers students the option to attend our bespoke classroom in person or virtually by dialling in from a remote location. Trainers are skilled at both delivery methods and use the latest in virtual technology to simultaneously provide participants with the same interactive, multi-faceted and challenging learning experience. Whichever delivery mode learners choose, comprehension and recall techniques will be used to provide them with a solid understanding of Project Management in Practice.
For group bookings, courses can be customised to suit your requirements and conducted onsite at your premises, at our training centre, or virtually.
Virtual attendance: Learn more about our virtual delivery.
Materials: A comprehensive participant handbook is provided.
On completion of this course, you will be awarded with a PM-Partners digital badge. These are widely accepted by leading organisations as recognition of specialist training and often shared on social media.
On the last day of training, you will be provided with a Digital Credential via the Credly Acclaim platform. This badge can be added directly to your LinkedIn profile and/or shared to your newsfeed, or other professional profile, to share your achievement with your network.
Participants who have been awarded the Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential by the Project Management Institute (PMI)® are eligible to earn 21 PDUs for their participation in this course (16 Ways of Working, 1 Business Acumen, 4 Power Skills).
Participants holding any of the Project Management accreditations (CPPP/CPPM/CPPD) are eligible to earn 20 CPDs for this short course.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Sydney courses are held at 45 Clarence Street, Sydney.
Melbourne courses are held at 123 Queen Street, Melbourne.
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No. There are no certifications or exams undertaken in this course. However, you do receive a Completion Certificate from PM-Partners group. Participants will also receive a digital badge.
Yes. This course forms part of the Project Management Professional Development Program which can be purchased at a discounted rate.
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PM-Partners often receives requests for the BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management. We have selected Opportune Professional Development (RTO ID:60072) as our preferred provider of Nationally Recognised Qualifications*.
Opportune specialises in Experience Based Qualifications that make the achievement of a qualification streamlined and efficient for professionals wanting to have their previous learning and experience recognized with a qualification.
Contact us if you are interested in this program and we will ask the team at Opportune to contact you with further information.
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* Opportune Professional Development is the provider of the qualification. PM-Partners is not a Registered Training Organisation.
Duration: 3 days
Exam: No exam
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