Project Management


The qualifying learner is capable of:

  • Discussing and explaining the appropriateness of the various organisational structures.
  • Supervising and monitoring a business project team.
  • Reporting progress on a business project.
  • Identifying and rectifying problems occurring in a business project.
  • Setting up, running and closing a business project. 


The program is designed for project managers and middle managers that need a thorough understanding of the Project Management. The program is experiential and outcomes-based.


    • Concepts and definitions of Project Management
    • Supportive management disciplines
    • Organisational Structure and Project Management
    • The project management cycle 
    • Principles and Techniques for supervision of team
      • Principles of Supervision
      • Techniques for successful supervision
      • Performance Management
      • Problem Solving
      • Conflict Management
    • Establishing a project management environment
    • Project structure and strategy – Relation to Departmental Strategic Plan
    • Project initiation, requirement formalization and statement (from a SWOT analysis and linked with the strategic plan of the organisation)
    • Setting up the project organisation and team
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Project business plan development
    • Feasibility study
    • Planning for the project (including WBS, scheduling, resource allocation, budgeting)
      • WBS
      • Network diagrams
      • Bar charts
    • Project cost management – Relation to the PFMA
    • Project quality and risk management
    • Re-planning
    • Implementation issues
    • Project evaluation and control
      • Service Delivery Plans
      • Progress Reports
    • Practical
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