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Project Management Fundamentals
A short course focusing on the fundamental elements of project management
Statement of Attainment available as an option
At a Glance:
- Fees: $750 (GST Free)
- Location: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, ACT, Adelaide
- Duration: 2-day workshop
- In-house delivery: Available
- Government funding: Open for application for group training, please call 02-9955 5881 to enquire. For NSW residents and organisations only.
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The Project Management Fundamentals Workshop is designed to equip participants with essential project management skills, knowledge and techniques. The course is suitable for personnel from all levels of organisations who wish to improve their project management skills.
The two-day intensive course provides a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental elements of project management, a working knowledge of the principles of project planning, control, resource management, risk analysis and management. The course content also provides an understanding of the terminology, methodologies, techniques and tools available to project managers.
Each session provides a short explanation of the concepts and best practice methods, followed by exercises in the key project management activities. The outcome of class exercises is an outline project plan.
The course is in line with the unit of competency BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Works. Students can choose to complete related assessments and obtain the Statement of Attainment for BSBPMG522 Undertake Project Works.
Who Should Attend?
Existing project managers (with no previous training), aspiring project managers and any organisational manager who is involved in projects and wants to understand best practice in delivering projects.
Why Should You Attend?
- To learn the essential skills of managing projects
- To learn how to utilise scarce resources effectively to achieve desired project outcomes and minimise unproductive activities and unnecessary delays
- To increase the skill level and productivity of you and your staff
- To develop an array of practical project templates to assist you with bringing future projects to a successful conclusion
Total fee: $750 (GST free), payable on commencement. The total fee includes the course fees, administration fees, catering during the training days and all course materials (listed under Training Resources).
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Government funding: Open for application for group training, please call 02-9955 5881 to enquire. For NSW residents and organisations only.
Two days of classroom training, 9am-5pm, with total 60 minutes break for morning and afternoon tea and lunch each day.
The course is structured as a mix of Project Management theory, supported by practical activities. The activities provide participants with the opportunity to apply many of the concepts that assist the project manager to deliver a successful project.
Overview of project management and the phases of the project lifecycle from initiation and planning, execution and control through to project closure.
Detailed knowledge of what’s needed to competently manage a project, including how to:
- Develop a Project Management Plan
- Define scope
- Select and analyse stakeholders
- Build a schedule and budget
- Plan and manage project resources
- Plan and manage stakeholder communication
- Work within a project governance framework
- Analyse risk
- Define and manage all aspects of project quality
- Monitor and control project execution
- Procure external services and products
- Control changes to the project
- Produce effective status reports
- Formally close and evaluate the project.
At the end of the course the participant should be able to apply basic project management techniques and tools to their project work to effectively plan and manage small projects through to successful completion. Free merchandizing 101.
Comprehensive notes will be provided to cover each topic, including:
• Project Management Introduction Manual
• Access to CHASE Online® - Project Manager Essential Tool Kit online
• Illustrations and examples
Presented by Charter Australia
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Charter Australia is a specialist in the field of project management education. Charter Australia’s courses are compliant with the Australian National Competency Standards of Project Management (NCSPM) and with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), which is the international standard for project management.
The course is facilitated by Madeleine Pathe, Charter Australia's Program Director of Project Management. Madeleine Pathe’s glowing reputation as an insightful, engaging, and highly knowledgeable Project Management Trainer is a result of her immensely successful and expansive career in both professional training and project management. Prior to her training career, Madelaine was a Senior Project Manager for a variety of large corporate organisations, including Commonwealth Bank, Siemens, and Westpac. As a distinguished project manager in her own right, Madeleine has also taken on a number of Project Management consultancy positions for other firms.
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Madeleine has provided a wide range of project management training to students from a variety of industries, such as mining, engineering and IT, as well as those from community-based and not-for-profit backgrounds. Madeleine is well-known for her insightful training delivery, which stems from the depth and extensiveness of her project management expertise. Madeleine has an Advanced Diploma of Project Management, as well as a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment. She is a Certified Practicing Project Director (CPPD) with the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), an AIPM Assessor, and a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI).
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Contact: Rhett Register, Michigan Sea Grant communications program leader, (734) 647-0767, [email protected]
Justin Schott, EcoWorks executive director, (313) 459-8987, [email protected]
NEW PROJECT WORKS WITH STUDENTS TO MAKE SE MICHIGAN MORE RESILIENT TO CLIMATE IMPACTS
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Environmental Literacy Program is funding a unique partnership to help students and teachers in Detroit and Ypsilanti strengthen their communities against the effects of climate change.
Heat waves, severe storms, and flooding are becoming more frequent and more intense in the Great Lakes region according to research done by the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences + Assessments (GLISA), a NOAA-supported team housed jointly at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University.
The cities of Detroit and Ypsilanti in Southeast Michigan score low on most assessments of community climate resilience. To encourage meaningful action, a unique partnership between the cities, Michigan Sea Grant, Southeast Michigan Stewardship Coalition (SEMIS Coalition), Ecoworks, GLISA, and others has received funding for an innovative project that relies on students to be ambassadors of change in their communities.
“Unfortunately, young people are going to feel the effects of climate change more than their parents’ and grandparents’ generations,” says Justin Schott, EcoWorks director. “Our goal is to provide opportunities for them to build both the scientific literacy and the change agent skills to make their homes, schools, and neighborhoods more resilient.”
The project, entitled Climate resilience from the youth up: A place-based strategy uniting high school students, educators, scientists, residents, community organizations, and municipalities in southeast Michigan, was one of nine funded out of more than 230 proposals received by the NOAA Environmental Literacy Program.
Over the next three years, the project will bring together students, teachers, city officials, researchers, and community members with the goal of making Detroit and Ypsilanti more resilient to climate stressors.
“Michigan Sea Grant is excited to work with this team to help students, teachers, and community members work together to make their Southeast Michigan communities more resilient,” says Catherine Riseng, Michigan Sea Grant director.
The project team will work with existing high school environmental clubs called “Green Teams,” which have been supported and facilitated by EcoWorks since 2012. Teachers will receive professional development in climate science and place-based learning methods from the Southeast Michigan Stewardship Initiative at Eastern Michigan University.
“So often, institutions and organizations operate from their own silos,” says Ethan Lowenstein, director of the SEMIS Coalition. “This project is an example of what can happen when we build strength-based coalitions with a common vision of empowering our youth to not only prepare to be scientists, community organizers, and policy makers in the future, but to inhabit those roles now.”
Working with students and community partners, the team hopes to meet four objectives:
● Help students identify and study climate vulnerabilities in their schools and communities.
● Help teachers engage students in planning and completing projects that work toward achieving community resilience.
● Help students work with residents to teach about local climate impacts and increase understanding of resilience strategies.
● Work with the cities of Detroit and Ypsilanti to complete and implement local sustainability and climate action plans.
“Educating Detroiters on the risks of climate change and building strong social networks are two vital steps in helping Detroiters be more thriving in the present and resilient to impacts of climate change,” says Joel Howrani Heeres, director of Detroit’s Office of Sustainability. “This grant will help forward both of these activities, while educating and empowering youth to be positive change-makers in their own neighborhoods.”