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Project Management Principles

What is it?

Project Management Principles is a two-day course introducing essential principles for project practitioners. Some clients select one or three or five day workshop options.

The Arthur Group customise these courses to the client Project Management Methodology, if desired.


Who is it for?

The Project Management Principles course is ideal to provide an overview of project management, for any level of project practitioner. Providing a consistent language and approach to projects, across the organisation.

The Arthur Group customise these courses to the audience, in every case, for example.

For a Tier 1 Project Management Company, we designed a three-day Project Management Principles course, which included internal guest speakers, providing hints and tips for managing projects within this client’s environment. Our audience were experienced project managers. 

For a Community College, we designed a two-day Project Management Principles course designed to focus on their Response to Tender process, a crucial part of their business. Our audience were new to project management.

For a Professional Association, we designed a two-day Project Management Principles course, with the intent enhancing the ability for two merging teams to start off with a common language and attitude to projects. Our audience were a mix of new and experienced project practitioners.

This course attracts 13 PDUs for those certified through Project Management Institute.
This course attracts 13 RCNA CNE’s through the Royal College of Nursing.


How does it work?

If staff in your organisation could benefit from the use of project management principles, this course is for you.
After initial discussions with our client, The Arthur Group will develop a specific course to meet needs and intent, based upon our core approach.
The Arthur Group will provide a specific quotation, once the details are agreed.


What does the course include?

The workshop is practical and provides tools and techniques to aid in project planning, including: 
     
   The language and terms used in Project Management 
   An awareness and acknowledgement of the mindset involved in
   the management of a project 
   An understanding of the wider project context – systems thinking 
   The Project Life Cycle 
   Project Management Skills based on PMBOK 

   Integration Management 
   Scope Management 
   Time Management 
   Cost Management 
   Quality Management 
   Risk Management 
   Communication Management 
   Human Resource Management 
   Procurement Management 

An appreciation of the soft skills needed to succeed in Project Management.

This course is based upon the competency standards for Project Managers, which are based upon the PMBOK (A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, published by the Project Management Institute), and closely aligned to those of the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).


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