Project Management

Project Management Qualification

Apply online for our Project Management Part Qualification today!


Part Qualification: Project Management accredited by QCTO(Quality Council for Trades and Occupation)


14 Saturdays


  • The Programme has been designed to enable you to reach the following outcomes: Understanding of the 10 knowledge areas of Project Management
  • Understanding the different approaches to Project Management between PMBOK
  • Utilising Project Management Tools
  • Applying problem solving techniques
  • Scope Development
  • Risk Identification in Projects
  • Knowledge of all documents related to a medium size project
  • Life cycle of a Project
  • Full glossary related to Project Management (PMBOK) and Prince 2
  • Gantt Charts and other management reports
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Project costing

Admission Requirements:

  • Comprehension and application of the English language, at a senior certificate level.
  • Basic computer knowledge

Programme Content:

  • Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • Procurement Management | Projects
  • Scheduling
  • Gantt Charts
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Cost Control Management Tools
  • Scope Management
  • Quality Management




14 consecutive Saturdays 10h00-12h00

Course Fees:

R5 600
R2 600 deposit and the balance in 2 equal installments. Please note that annual fee increases, not in excess of 10%, may

Additional Costs

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


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.


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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.

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