Project Management has developed in order to plan, co-ordinate and control the complex and diverse activities of modern industrial and commercial projects. All projects share one common characteristic – the projection of ideas and activities into new endeavours.
- Introduction to Project Management
- Project integration management
- Project scope and time management
- Project cost management
- Project Quality management
- Project human resource management
- Project communications and risk management
- Project procure management
Project managers and team members and the right people in right positions to gain knowledge, skills and update and training
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
The purpose of project management is to foresee or predict as many dangers and problems as possible; and to plan, organise and control activities so that the project is completed as successfully as possible in spite of all the risks. The ever-present element of risk and uncertainty means that events and tasks leading to completion can never be foretold with absolute accuracy. For some complex or advanced projects, even the possibility of successful completion might be of serious doubt
A specific objective increases the chances of leading to a specific outcome.
AWARDING BODY: INSTITUTE OF LEADERSHIP& MANAGEMENT – ILM UK