To provide the knowledge and skills required to plan for, follow up on and control all aspects of a project.
Development supervisors, PM1 project coordinators, consultants, department heads, managers, engineers, accountants as well as those who work in purchasing or finance.
Participation in at least one project.
- Justifying methodology: Why manage projects? Key issues, success factors and lessons learned
- Roles and responsibilities of the project manager
- Principles behind project management: breakdown of work (planning and control), levels of intervention (strategic, tactical and operational), typical project structures and cycles as well as the benefits of project management
- Strategic level planning: defining the project charter (mandate)
- Tactical level planning: implementing a global plan, management by deliverables, estimating risks and costs, building a schedule
- Operational planning: detailed plan
- Operational tracking: metrics for measuring progress, earned value and individual reviews
- Tactical tracking: project committees, change requests and progress reports
- Strategic tracking: steering committees
- Case studies
I've reached all my goals.
Charles R. / Responsable de la cartographie des habitats fauniques et pilote du système DAG, Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs