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Project ManagementCourse Description

This workshop is intended for managers and executives in technical and non-technical work areas, who need to acquire managerial and working knowledge and skill in monitoring or tracking, measuring the implementation of client’s projects (for both generic, engineering, and IT specific projects). Their participation through an action-learning methodology will facilitate an immediate transfer of such competency to workplace.

This course is compliant to Project Management Institute PMBOK, and is carefully designed to provide the best mix of experience, theory and practice in an adult learning environment. Formal presentations are used mainly to introduce key concepts and significant elements of project management. Emphasis is on practical applications through “hands on” action Project Managementlearning.Public speaking is an anxiety-provoking situation for many people.

A high level of participation and team involvement is required. Maximum opportunities will be given to participants to inject their own examples and issues into the course and continually relate the material to their own contexts. Scenarios of project stakeholder conflicts and ways to resolve them are taught; including project problem-solving and decision-making techniques.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Have comprehensive understanding of the various processes of project management.

  • Understand the Project Management methodology and terminologies (PMBOK compliant), and making it the backbone of a project organization.

  • Exercise the required soft skills when managing the team, which includes motivating, resolving conflicts, developing the team and exercising different leadership styles for different project scenarios and team member mix.

  • Evaluate risk management planning of projects.

  • Determine worst-case, best case and most likely case for task/project durations, and costs.

  • Simulating project risks and uncertainties using Monte-Carlo technique.

  • Determine which task(s) has overwhelming influence in project duration and costs.

  • Determine project stakeholder roles and responsibilities.

  • Track project progress and making project reports.

  • Use Earned Value Management technique to analyze schedule and cost management performance of a project.

  • Have a working set of project management tools and techniques for monitoring and measuring projects.

Training Duration

  • 3 days


  • English


  • Available

Project Management is the training division of Systems International Inc. in collaboration with LF Corp. Philadelphia, USA.