Project Management Skills Courses

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    ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING THE PROJECT OFFICE (P.M.O)

    Why Attend
    The overall aim of this course is to provide participants with the
    knowledge required to build and manage the Project Management
    Office (PMO). The course involves coaching participants on assessing
    the project management maturity level of their organization and
    implementing strategies to increase it. The course also aims at
    assisting participants in tailoring a project management
    methodology that fits their organization environment.
    Target Audience
    PMO directors and managers, members of project office, project
    sponsors, functional managers, senior management and all
    individuals involved in building and managing the Project
    Management Office (PMO). This course is worth 30 PDUs.
    Target Competencies
    Strategy execution
    Leading
    Communicating
    Planning
    Coaching
    Teamwork
    Course Methodology
    The course uses a mix of interactive techniques, such as brief
    presentations by the consultant and the participants and
    psychometrics assessments. The course also features the use of a
    number of group exercise and case studies followed by plenary
    discussions.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Relate organizational strategy to project framework
    Develop a business case that outlines PMO challenges and
    opportunities
    Evaluate and increase the organization project maturity level
    Create the PMO charter and implement the strategy phases
    Construct a project management methodology and governance
    Assemble the PMO team and establish performance
    measurements
    Discover the consulting role of PMO in knowledge management

  • latest blog post
    ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING THE PROJECT OFFICE (P.M.O)

    Why Attend
    The overall aim of this course is to provide participants with the
    knowledge required to build and manage the Project Management
    Office (PMO). The course involves coaching participants on assessing
    the project management maturity level of their organization and
    implementing strategies to increase it. The course also aims at
    assisting participants in tailoring a project management
    methodology that fits their organization environment.
    Target Audience
    PMO directors and managers, members of project office, project
    sponsors, functional managers, senior management and all
    individuals involved in building and managing the Project
    Management Office (PMO). This course is worth 30 PDUs.
    Target Competencies
    Strategy execution
    Leading
    Communicating
    Planning
    Coaching
    Teamwork
    Course Methodology
    The course uses a mix of interactive techniques, such as brief
    presentations by the consultant and the participants and
    psychometrics assessments. The course also features the use of a
    number of group exercise and case studies followed by plenary
    discussions.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Relate organizational strategy to project framework
    Develop a business case that outlines PMO challenges and
    opportunities
    Evaluate and increase the organization project maturity level
    Create the PMO charter and implement the strategy phases
    Construct a project management methodology and governance
    Assemble the PMO team and establish performance
    measurements
    Discover the consulting role of PMO in knowledge management

  • latest blog post
    ESTABLISHING AND MANAGING THE PROJECT OFFICE (P.M.O)

    Why Attend
    The overall aim of this course is to provide participants with the
    knowledge required to build and manage the Project Management
    Office (PMO). The course involves coaching participants on assessing
    the project management maturity level of their organization and
    implementing strategies to increase it. The course also aims at
    assisting participants in tailoring a project management
    methodology that fits their organization environment.
    Target Audience
    PMO directors and managers, members of project office, project
    sponsors, functional managers, senior management and all
    individuals involved in building and managing the Project
    Management Office (PMO). This course is worth 30 PDUs.
    Target Competencies
    Strategy execution
    Leading
    Communicating
    Planning
    Coaching
    Teamwork
    Course Methodology
    The course uses a mix of interactive techniques, such as brief
    presentations by the consultant and the participants and
    psychometrics assessments. The course also features the use of a
    number of group exercise and case studies followed by plenary
    discussions.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Relate organizational strategy to project framework
    Develop a business case that outlines PMO challenges and
    opportunities
    Evaluate and increase the organization project maturity level
    Create the PMO charter and implement the strategy phases
    Construct a project management methodology and governance
    Assemble the PMO team and establish performance
    measurements
    Discover the consulting role of PMO in knowledge management

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    MANAGING PROJECTS IN CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT

    Why Attend

    The overall aim of this course is to provide participants with the proper understanding, methodologies, processes, and themes used to manage a project successfully according to PRINCE2 principles. The course also aims at preparing participants for the PRINCE2 certification exams, both foundation and practitioner levels, through experimenting with different project scenarios and case studies.

     

    Course Methodology

    The course uses a mix of interactive techniques, such as brief presentations by consultant and participants as well as PRINCE2 exam sample questions and scenarios. The course also features the use of a number of group exercises and case studies followed by plenary discussions.

     

    Course Objectives

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

    • Identify PRINCE2 principles, themes and processes
    • Apply PRINCE2 to successfully start and initiate a project
    • Define the project’s structure of accountability and responsibilities
    • Assess the continuity of project viability and define means to deliver the products
    • Create and verify products that are fit for purpose and control project uncertainty
    • Outline approved changes to the baseline and control unaccepted deviations
    • Plan and manage the product delivery and stage boundary processes
    • Conclude the project according to PRINCE2 principles
     

    Target Audience

    Project professionals including project managers, Project Management Office (PMO) staff and project team members. This course is worth 30 Professional Development Units (PDUs).

     

    Target Competencies

    • Directing projects
    • Initiating projects
    • Controlling projects
    • Managing product delivery
    • Managing stage boundaries
    • Closing projects

     

  • latest blog post
    MANAGING PROJECTS IN CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT

    Why Attend

    The overall aim of this course is to provide participants with the proper understanding, methodologies, processes, and themes used to manage a project successfully according to PRINCE2 principles. The course also aims at preparing participants for the PRINCE2 certification exams, both foundation and practitioner levels, through experimenting with different project scenarios and case studies.

     

    Course Methodology

    The course uses a mix of interactive techniques, such as brief presentations by consultant and participants as well as PRINCE2 exam sample questions and scenarios. The course also features the use of a number of group exercises and case studies followed by plenary discussions.

     

    Course Objectives

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

    • Identify PRINCE2 principles, themes and processes
    • Apply PRINCE2 to successfully start and initiate a project
    • Define the project’s structure of accountability and responsibilities
    • Assess the continuity of project viability and define means to deliver the products
    • Create and verify products that are fit for purpose and control project uncertainty
    • Outline approved changes to the baseline and control unaccepted deviations
    • Plan and manage the product delivery and stage boundary processes
    • Conclude the project according to PRINCE2 principles
     

    Target Audience

    Project professionals including project managers, Project Management Office (PMO) staff and project team members. This course is worth 30 Professional Development Units (PDUs).

     

    Target Competencies

    • Directing projects
    • Initiating projects
    • Controlling projects
    • Managing product delivery
    • Managing stage boundaries
    • Closing projects