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Course

Project Management Techniques

Oct
14
14 Oct 2024 - 15 Oct 2024
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Online event

About

Success in engineering and technology means there can be no room for error. However, ensuring a large project is managed without problems is sometimes easier said than done.

The aim of this two-day course is to bring out the factors that make the difference between success and failure. It provides key concepts to enable project managers and others to understand the full breadth of project management and offers practical tools to help successful delivery or projects.

During this course you will be introduced to tools for handling the various aspects of project management – technical, strategic, organisational and people management.

The scope of the programme includes tools and techniques for:

  • Stakeholder management
  • Requirements management
  • Scope management
  • Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • People management
  • Monitoring and control

On this course you will learn to:

  • Identify, engage with and improve relationships with stakeholders
  • Develop clearer requirements and scope, requiring fewer changes
  • Produce more realistic estimates
  • Develop more reliable schedules
  • Effectively manage delivery
  • Appreciate alternative approaches to project management
  • Understand project-related terminology
Professional Development

14

Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

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14 Oct 2024  -  15 Oct 2024

12:00am - 12:00am

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Organiser

  • IET Courses

Speakers

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Steve Browne

Trainer

Programme

A practical two-day course involving exercise, case studies, formal presentations and tutor-facilitated discussions. This programme is delivered as a ‘Live’ Webinar, via Zoom, making full use of the break-out facility so that the same level of interaction between participants and with the programme director can be maintained. The same exercises are used regardless of delivery format. As near as possible, the virtual experience replicates the classroom experience – but without the commute!

The course consists of a short introductory session (20-30 minutes) followed by four ‘Live’ Webinar classroom sessions (2.5 hours each, including a 15-minute break). It uses a case study as the basis of a series of exercises so that you can try out the techniques as
your learning builds.

Day One
Introductory session
– Personal introductions and objectives
– Familiarisation with presentation/interactivity tools

Session one
– Project Lifecycles
– Stakeholder Management
– Requirements Management
– Scope Management
– Work Breakdown Structures
– Change Control

Session two
– Delivery approaches
– Agile vs Waterfall
– Scrum
– Kanban
– AgilePM
– PRINCE2

Day Two
Session three
– Risk Management
– Identifying risk
– Assessing risk
– Risk Register
– Estimating
– Precision vs Accuracy
– Five Estimating Techniques
– Budgeting

Session four
– Scheduling
– Critical Path Analysis
– Timeboxes
– Realistic schedules
– Monitoring and Control
– Tracking
- Issue Management
- Value Management

Register

IET member

Please register to attend as an IET Member

£700 + VAT

Non-IET member

Please register to attend as a non member

£935 + VAT