Diploma in Project Management

The rapid development in new markets, highly complex businesses and rising customer expectations are driving today’s organizations to either transform or continuously develop new products and more efficient processes. Companies and professionals are turning to project management to achieve strategic objectives. Effective project management results in improved performance, efficiency, quality, reduced costs and risks, and stakeholder satisfaction.

This program is designed for the new breed of project professionals who wants to develop their competence in project management by reinforcing their experience with a diversity of technical and interpersonal knowledge and skills and be able to talk business strategy as well.

Participants learn the various principles, tools and techniques, and best practices in managing stand-alone or multiple projects using Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK® Guide, Fourth edition as the framework.

Who Should Attend

  • Project managers, leaders, administrators and coordinators
  • Project team members and support staff
  • Business analysts, planners and developers
  • Owners, executives, entrepreneurs and project sponsors
  • Business managers, engineers, architects, ICT, supply chain practitioners
  • Government agencies and Non-Government Organizations
  • Project Management Professionals, PMP® credential holders needing PDUs

Course Package

  • Training kit, lunch, snacks, certificate of completion for each module, program diploma after 6 modules
  • Discounts for early birds, TIP community/alumni, large groups, and whole program enrollment

Modules

Module 1: Basics of Project Management

  • The Project Management Environment
  • Project Management Linkage to Business and Operations Management
  • Project Life Cycle
  • Project Management Knowledge Areas
  • Project Management Process Groups
  • Project Management Plan

Module 2: Selecting and Starting the Project

  • The Project Charter: Setting Project Goals and Objectives
  • Project Identification and Selection Methods
  • Logical Framework
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Defining Customer Requirements and Expectations

Module 3: Planning and Managing the Project Triple Constraints

  • Defining and Organizing Project Scope
  • Planning and Developing Project Schedules
  • Estimating and Budgeting Project Cost
  • Managing Project Finances
  • Project Quality and Acceptance Management
  • Planning and Scheduling Using MS Project

Module 4: People and Communication Management

  • Managing and Leading People in Projects
  • Effective Written and Oral Communications
  • Managing Time and Meetings
  • Issue and Dispute Management
  • Developing Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills

Module 5: Implementing, Controlling and Closing the Project

  • Project Supply Management and Contract Administration
  • Project Risk, Safety and Environmental Management
  • Earned Value for Monitoring and Controlling the Project
  • Monitoring and Control Using MS Project
  • Integrated Change Control
  • Closing the Project

Module 6: Strategic Business Approach to Project Management

  • Strategic Management
  • Management of Change
  • Professionalism and Ethics
  • Portfolio and Program Management
  • The Project Management Office
  • Organizational Project Management Maturity

Registration Form:

TIP-CCE Registration Form