Managing a project effectively is
not an event, but a process. This training shows you how to get a project off
the ground, manage the inevitable uncertainties that crop up along the way,
organize information, and communicate effectively about it. You will learn how
to monitor each project effectively, provide progress reports, hold review
meetings, and keep to schedules. You’ll also learn how to control costs, avoid
unwanted expansion boundaries, and manage the risk of veering off course.
This training will show participants
how to conceive, plan, implement, monitor, and complete the complex projects
that are today’s pressing workplace priorities. Each of the modules simplifies
the how-to and whys of project design and management and provides useful
A crucial phase in the effective
management of any project us the close-down, or conclusion. At the end of the
course, participants will develop an understanding of the benefits or a
thorough plan for closing each project, how to create one, and how to allocate
resources for it.
By the end of the course
participants will be able to:
Explain their expectations for
successful projects and develop means of implementing them through
improved planning, communication, and project monitoring.
Describe tools and methods that
can be used to better understand the community they serve.
Work through the steps of
project planning, develop a potential project for their community, and
learn a process they can replicate with their communities.
Develop a plan for how they
will apply the skills and knowledge learned in the course to their jobs
and share them with others.
training is meant for project managers, government officials, CBO operatives,
NGO employees, UN Staff and anyone involved in project management activities
Module 1: Introduction to Strategic Project Design and Management
Project versus Process
Historical overview of project
Project management and process
Project Management vs. General
Module 2: Project Organization
Advantages and Disadvantages of
Pure Matrix Form of Organization
Modified Matrix Structures
Pure Matrix Organization
Project Organization and
Selection of Project
Work Breakdown Structures (WBS)
Module 3: Project Scope and
Estimation of Times and Cost
Project Kick-Off Meeting
Project Scope Management
Activity Resource Estimating
Project Time Management
Cost of the Project
Components of Capital Cost of a
Order of Magnitude Estimate
Module 4: Project Planing and
Developing a Project Network
Plan Activity-On-Node Network
Module 5: Progress and Performance
The Project Control Process
Monitoring, Evaluation and Control
Module 6: Project Risk Management
and Management (PRAM)
Why Risk Management is
Important to a Project
Benefits of using Project Risk
Analysis and Management
When to use Project Risk
Analysis and Management
Who should do Project Risk
Analysis and Management?
Techniques and Methods for
Project Risk and Management
Module 7: Documentation,
Audit, Termination, and Closure
Project Documentation and Audit
Project Termination and Closure
Celebrating and Thanking
Assessment of Project
Management in Participants’ Organization
Participants Evaluation of
·This course is delivered by our seasoned trainers who have
vast experience as expert professionals in the respective fields of practice.
The course is taught through a mix of practical activities, theory, group works
and case studies.
·Training manuals and additional reference materials are
provided to the participants.
·Upon successful completion of this course, participants will
be issued with a certificate.