The two – day Project Fundamental course provides a coverage of the essentials of Project Management and facilitate an understanding of the concepts and principles throughout the project lifecycle. More than just understanding the concepts, an experienced Project Management Professional (PMP®) will help the participants relate them to real world situations.
- To introduce Project Management essentials to course participants regardless of functional and industry background.
- To de-mystify Project Management by emphasizing real-life application of PM principles, concepts, tools & techniques.
By the end of the course, the participant shall be able to:
- “Talk the talk” – familiarity with project management lexicon.
- Understand project management concepts, principles, tools & techniques and its application to real life scenarios.
- “Walk the walk” – apply PM best practice in any project scenarios and types across the enterprise.
Individuals involved in project delivery, entry level project managers, and experienced project managers who seeks to enhance their knowledge of project management using PMI based standards and best practices. If you’re new to project management, the Project Fundamental course will provide you with the essential information you’ll need to prepare for and complete your projects. You’ll become a valuable member of your project team by discovering and applying the critical concepts you need to plan, implement, and control any type of project.
The course delivery shall be practical in approach. Emphasis is on helping the participants acquire the rudiments of Project Management and apply the “learnings” regardless of industry or functional background.
1. The participants are required to prepare project information and data based on their respective current or past projects i.e. project objectives, project scope, actual project management plans, etc.
2. The sessions are instructor- led, followed by instances of real world application of the “learnings”. The outcome is a better appreciation of the concepts.
3. The exercises will be led by the facilitator to help acquaint the participants on essential PM tools & documentation. Consequently, the participants will be required to submit their respective outputs of the course.
4. The course outputs are; a. The project lifecycle and approach b. Project charter c. Stakeholder register & analysis d. Project work breakdown structure e. Project schedule f. Project risk plan g. Project communication plan h. Project organization and RACI
5. As part of the course delivery, facilitator will provide insights on stakeholder management or the people aspect of projects
6. As part of the course delivery, participants will be introduced to prevalent project management software i.e. MS Project, etc.
7. Finally, the participants will be allowed to bring laptops for the exercises and are enjoined to take notes of the lecture.