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Course Description
 
Course content: The course focuses on the development of personal skills through modules on:
BUSINESS MODULE Cont...
  • Partnering
  • Business strategy
  • Supplier management
  • Competitive tendering
  • Project finance
  • Communication
  • Presentation skills
  • People in Project Management
  • Joint ventures
  • International Project Environments
  • Managing Change
  • Benchmarking
  • Maths for Project Management
  • Planning, Scheduling & Control
  • The Projects Approach
  • Human Relations and Behaviour
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Computer Systems & Applications
  • Health, Safety & Environment
  • Quality Goals & their Achievement
  • Prime Contracting
  • Programme management
COMMERCIAL & RELATED TOPICS RISK
  • Procurement

  • Tendering and Bidding

  • Marketing and Advertising

  • Financial Accounting

  • Contracts Management

  • Business Law

  • Communications (Personal and Professional)

  • Identification
  • Assessment
  • Mitigation
  • Contingency
  • Project Closure

 

TOOLS & TECHNOLOGIES

 
  • WBS
  • OBS
  • NETS
  • GANTT
  • Budget & Cost control
  • Reporting Systems
  • Handling Changes
  • Cost Schedule & Control Systems
  • PRINCE 2 Methodology
  • ISEB

HANDOVER

  • Audit review
  • Competitive strategies

Project Assignment & Report:

Participants will undertake a project assignment. This involves selecting a project that the student is familiar with and preparing an extensive report based on the selected project. Participants are invited to select the project themselves with the aid of their Tutor/Mentor. The Career Centre provides guidelines on project selection and completion. The Project Assignment and Report involves detailed investigative work and is highly weighted within the programme.

Examinations
  1. Internal: Examinations are held at the end of each semester.
  2. External: Students must sit for the ISEB Diploma or PRINCE 2 Practitioner examinations.

Assessment

The overall result will depend on marks awarded for assignments, end of semester examinations and the project report.