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Project Management – Phase III

Project Management Course

Apply online for our Project Management course today!

Programme:

Occupational Certificate: Project Management accredited by QCTO(Quality Council for Trades and Occupation)

Part-Time:

One night per week

Description:

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  • Establish performance standards and monitoring systems
  • Prepare for performance review of team members
  • Conduct performance reviews

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  • Expectation of a team’s performance reference framework
  • Evaluate team performance against the reference framework
  • Maintain records resulting from evaluation of team performance
  • Facilitate team performance improvements using assessment findings

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  • Monitor and control performance of the project
  • Manage project baselines through integrated change control
  • Manage and resolve issues and new risks
  • Manage the developments of the products of the project

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  • Demonstrate a understanding of negotiating concepts
  • Develop a strategy to achieve successful negotiations
  • Conduct negotiations
  • Identify and overcome difficulties and conflict during negotiations
  • Finalise and communicate the agreement

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  • Identify key stakeholders of the project
  • Compile a stakeholder relationship management plan
  • Implement the stakeholder relationship management plan
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of key stakeholder’s involvement in the project

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  • Plan and prepare to give feed back in projects
  • Identify opportunities to retain clients and expand business inline with needs and expectations
  • Receive and Respond to feedback

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  • Project Implementation

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  • Managing Teams and Divisions

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  • Setting Goals and Objectives

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  • Applying functional value to Engineering Design

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  • Change Management

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  • Accept Process Related Data

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  • Evaluate and Improve Team Performance

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  • Monitor and Control the Project Management Plan

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  • Cost and Schedule Performance using EVM Methods

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  • Determine the Objectives and Scope of a Project

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  • Change Management inclusive of HIV Workers

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  • Draft of an Employment Contract

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  • Recruiting and Select Candidates for Defined Positions

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  • Safety, Health and Environmental Protection

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  • Training Needs for Teams and Individuals – Upgrading of Skills

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  • Code of Conducts in Teams

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  • Diverse Working Environment

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  • Conduct Staff Selection Interviews

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  • Establish and Maintain Relationships

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  • Interpret Conflict Management in Workplace

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  • Co-ordinate Value Engineering in the Project Life Cycle Phase

All Unit Standards on NQF 5 Level

Admission Requirements:

Anybody that successfully completed Phase I and Phase II of Project Management.

Duration:

DEPENDANT ON ENTRIES

Night classes: 40 consecutive Wednesdays/Thursdays 18h00-20h00

Course Fees

Total – R26 950
Deposit: R2 950
Part 1: R8 000
Part 2: R8 000
Part 3: R8 000
Balance will be paid in 4 equal installments per part . Please note that annual fee increases, not in excess of 10%, may apply.

Additional Costs

(books, kits, cd’s)
City & Guilds certificate – R500.

Certification

On successful completion of the full programme, the student will receive a City and Guilds certificate.
The African Academy is:

City & Guilds is a globally recognized and respected awarding organization and serves as a benchmark for educational quality.

Why attend

City and Guilds award certificates to people who have shown they have mastered skills that are based on excellent standards set by
industry. City and Guilds international provides a particular service to customers around the world who need high-quality assessments
and certification.

Disclaimer

The content of this brochure, accurate at the time of going to print, is subject to change without notification due to legislation, market
requirements or any other reason. African Academy reserves the right to any change without notice

The African Academy was established in 1994 to address the critical need for well-trained and skilled Draughtspersons, and to contribute towards reducing unemployment in South Africa. The African Academy is recognized as one of Africa’s leading Draughting Education & Training Institutions. The African Academy has proven its worth by achieving an above 80% pass rate and an above 80% placement of graduates in employment. Industry attests to the high calibre of graduate that the African Academy produces.