Delivered interactively by Ireland’s leading Project Management Professionals, Fitzwilliam Institute's Diploma in Project Management course takes places in Dublin City Centre, twice a week for 10 weeks, and features:
Project Delivery to Specific Timelines; Effective Communication Mechanism Implementation and Management; Introducing Key Planning Mechanisms; Budget Determination; Initiating Precise Quality Control Procedures; Undertaking a full Risk Assessment; Managing Change; Achieving Project Goals; Selection of the successful Project Team; The Project Manager as an effective Leader; Managing Conflict and Resolution; Managing the Project Process Integration.
Factors involved in Project Management Initiation Process; Planning at Initiation stage for successful Project outcome; Typical Project Management Life Cycle; Determining Size, Duration and Framework for the Project; Formulating the Project Organisation structure.
Project Management Project types ; Project Identification Process; Administrative Project Management; Construction Project Management; Planning and Design Project Management; Equipment and Systems Installation Project Management; Event Projects; Maintenance of Process Project Management; New Product Development Project Management; Research Project Management; Computer Software Development Project Management. Impact of Project Management Common Variables.
Project Identification Criteria for successful Team selection; Managing Virtual Teams situations; Team Training and Motivation; Communicating Problem Solving and Decision Making Techniques; Team Facilitation; Successful Team Building Techniques; Working with differing Cultures within the team; Establishing and Assigning Specific Measurable Roles to the Team.
The Importance of The Leadership Role in Project Management; Leadership Communications; Getting and Giving Information; Understanding Group Needs and Characteristics; Knowing and Understanding Group Resources; Controlling the Group; Counselling; Setting the Example; Representing the Group; Problem-Solving; Evaluation; Contextual Leadership; Sharing Leadership; The Project Leader as a Manager of Learning.
Initial Project Coordination; Planning Systems Integration; Planning the Work Breakdown Structure; Assigning Linear Responsibility Charts; Pure Project Organisation; Working with differing Organisational structures; The Organisational Matrix; Project Planning Control Systems; Developing a Crisis Plan.
Negotiation Skills Overview; Pre Negotiation Elements; Information and Leverage Evaluation; Identifying the Type of Negotiation: Negotiation Analysis; Establishing Rapport; Clarifying Goals V Expectations; Setting the Negotiation Budget; Formulating the Plan; Negotiation Logistics; Opening Stance; Tactics; Concessions; Resolutions; Negotiation Closure, Documentation and Follow through.
Stress Management Techniques; Conflict Resolution Overview; Identifying Opponents or Partners Approach; Adopting a Win /Win Scenario; Responding Creatively; Steps involved in Active listening; Levels of Assertiveness; Appropriate Response to Resistance; Managing Emotive Situations; Mapping Conflict; Mediation and Negotiation.
The Quality Control Planning Sequence; Outlining and Implementing Effective Quality Assurance Procedures; Mechanisms for Quality Management Reporting and Feedback; Managing Project Quality; The three Quality Management Processes; How Quality Management fits into the Project Life Cycle; The Evolution of Quality Systems thinking; The Cost of Quality Implementation; Prioritizing Project Quality Requirements; Project Quality Standards; SMART Quality Standards; Benchmarking; Quality Assurance Inputs and Tools and Techniques; Investigating QA Capabilities; Quality path vs. Critical Path; Quality audits; QA and change control.
Identification of potential Risks; Developing The Risk Management Plan; Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Analysis; Creating and Effective Risk Response Plan; Monitoring and Control of Risks
Project Management Cost Estimating; Budgeting and Control Project Finance; Project Management Procurement Process; Purchase and Acquisitions Planning; Initiation and Control of external Contracts and Contractors; Selection of Vendors; Contract Closure and Administration.
Project Management Scoping Overview; Utilising the Work Breakdown Structure; Developing The Project Scope Statement; Project Management Scope Planning; Defining the Project Scope; Verifying Project Scope; Implementing Scope Control; Time Management Activity Definition; Effective Activity Sequencing; Managing Efficient Activity Resource and Duration Estimation; Schedule Control; Developing the Schedule in line with Project Timelines.
Managing the Team; Managing the Stakeholders; Project Status; Reporting Progress; Communications Register; Maintain Project Records; Change Management; Managing a Risk Issues Log; Focussing on Status Reports; Utilising the Project Diary; Crisis Management; Time Management Process; Cost Management Monitoring; Expenses Register; Acceptance Management Process; Procurement Register Maintenance; Execution Phase Review.
Post Project Review; Project Objectives v Project Outcomes; Benefits to the Organisation and Investment Return of the Project; Collation and Collection of Project Records; Evaluation of Performance; Review of contractors Performance; Team Review; Recommendations for future Utilisation.
Effective Communications Planning; Distribution of Information; Communications Reporting Structures; Optimisation of Performance Reporting; Dealing with Stakeholders.
ProjectLibre is a free open source project management software application. It is designed to manage small to medium sized projects and contains all the tools necessary to manage various types of projects including extensive reporting facilities. ProjectLibre is also compatible with Microsoft Project making transfer of projects easy and straightforward.
Introduction to ProjectLibre; Downloading & Installing the Application. The ProjectLibre screen environment: Gantt Charts, Using Network Diagrams, the Resources View, the Work Breakdown Structure Chart, the Resources Breakdown Structure Chart, the Reports Screen, the Task Usage Detail Screen, the Resource Usage Detail Screen, the Histogram Screen.
Setting up a New Project; Creating Sub Tasks, Setting Task Durations, Setting Task Dependencies, Modifying a Task, Adding Notes to a Task, Adding Resources to your Project. Work and Material Resource Types, Assigning & Modifying a Resource, Assigning Costs to a Resource, Adding Notes to a Resource. Inserting Milestones in a Project; Tracking your Project using Baselines, Creating Project Reports. Common Project Management Terms, Resources and References.
Preparation and Research; Speech Content; Subject Matter and Objectives; Speech Delivery and Variety; Body Language, Eye Contact, etc.; Presentation Aids e.g Visuals, etc.; Management of Locations and Audiences; Presentation Structure.
On successful completion of this course you will receive a Diploma level qualification that is certified and awarded by the ICM (Institute of Commercial Management)
The Institute of Commercial Management was founded in 1979 and is one of the leading Professional Examination and Certification Bodies in the world today. Fitzwilliam Institute have developed and provided practical skills training courses in liaison with the Institute of Commercial Management qualifications and certifications framework for over 25 years. The Institute of Commercial Management certifications and continual professional development training awards are recognised throughout Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa and Asia in a total of 140 countries, by leading industries, bodies and professions.
Duration: 10 weeks, 20 classes (2 evenings/week), Monday & Wednesday
Time: 6:30pm – 9pm
Venue: The Capel Building, Mary’s Abbey, Dublin 7 (The Capel Building is located in Dublin’s City Centre on Mary’s Abbey (Between the Jervis and Four Courts Luas stops).
Course Fees: €1,395.
To secure your place on the course a deposit of 20% (€279) is required. The remainder of the course fee (€1,116) is due 30 days prior to the commencement of the course. All fees must be paid before the course begins. Please note, the full course fees are inclusive of all course materials and certification costs.
Enrolment intake is strictly limited on this course. Early application is advised. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.
Fitzwilliam Institute closes on Bank Holidays and for a number of days at Christmas and New Year. Fitzwilliam Institute reserves the right to postpone, cancel or alter courses without notice or to change any of the details in this brochure. Fees are not refundable unless the course is cancelled by the Fitzwilliam Institute. Distance Learning courses are provided by Fitzwilliam Institute - BGLS Ltd.
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