A project is any work that is intended to create beneficial change - a unique product or knowledge. It can be as simple as organizing a one-day event or as complex as implementing a new business process. Organisations initiate projects on a regular basis and require skilled individuals to deliver them successfully.
This course aims to provide candidates with the required skills to apply theoretical concepts of project management and build on acquired knowledge, skills, and competencies. To further enable candidates to use project management techniques to plan and control their work to deliver a product or service successfully.
In this course you will learn to:
As Project Manager one has the overall responsibility for coordinating a project and to ensure desired results come in on time and within budget. Therefore, it is essential for one to have the appropriate set of skills to accomplish this.
Anyone looking to gain knowledge and insight on the application of project management techniques to manage and control their projects.
This is an assisted tutorial course, consisting of a self-study component, two- day virtual classroom sessions, learning material and one month to submit the assessment components.
After completion of this course, a learner will be able to:
The following study units are included in this short course:
Participants will be assessed through means of a self-study assessment in the form of a multiple-choice questionnaire as well as a written assignment. A pass mark of 50% is required in order to be successful.
Participants have 3 months from the date of registration to complete the course and submit the assessment components.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion for this short course should they successfully pass the assessment component.
R2385.00 (incl VAT)
FPD Business School
Tel: 012 110 4080/ 087 821 1109
This course aims to provide candidates with the required skills to apply theoretical concepts of project management and build on acquired knowledge, skills, and competencies.