Our training in project management course presents necessary concepts and tools that can be applied in project management and that can generate a substantial change to reach the proposed objectives. The overall objective of this training is to strengthen the capacity of development projects management in the community, so that they can be executed efficiently and effectively.
One of the challenges faced by refugee-led organizations and other non-governmental organizations that promote economic and social development in our community is how to transform proposals into practical actions improving the well-being of the community and making sure that these results are achieved in time and with the available resources.
The contents of the courses are aligned with the guidelines and standards of good project management practices presented in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The PM4R methodology adapts international good practices, tools and standards on project management to the world of projects for development.
All of our modules include practical cases that help the learners understand key concepts and tools for project management. Power point presentations are made by experts with extensive experience in the subject and who have the PMI’s PMP (Project Management Professional) certification; and readings, among other activities.
At the end of the workshop, all the learners will be able to identify the seven (7) steps of the project management for results (PM4R) methodology:
- To understand the conceptualization of a project from the perspective of a country's development strategies to obtain a better understanding of factors that influence a development project.
- To understand the concepts and definitions for development project management and incorporate a basic vocabulary.
- To identify the project charter objectives and main characteristics.
- To identify the decomposition of work by using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
- To identify the steps and techniques to develop a project schedule.
- To elaborate the network diagram of the schedule.
- To calculate the critical path of a project.
- To draw the project’s S-curve.
- To identify the information needed to successfully complete a project procurement matrix.
- To identify the information needed to correctly complete a project risk matrix.
- To identify the level of impact and the likelihood of a risk.
- To identify response strategies to identified risks.
- To identify the information needed to correctly complete the communications matrix of a project.
- To identify the information needed to correctly complete the RACI matrix of a project.
- To apply the earned value methodology to analyze the performance of a project.
The Project Management for Development (PM4R) course is aimed to all professionals involved in project management. These include professionals from the public sector, non-governmental organizations, or development agencies. Any individual interested in project management can also apply and participate, without conditions or prerequisites.
Instructors or trainers are all project management professionals. However, you can stay tuned on this website for updates!
This course is free of charge for our members only. But if you are also interested in it, you can request a special training for what we will discuss your participation fees.
The exact location and dates of the training will be viably communicated before the start of the training workshop.
Send a reservation e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +256706900037 with the following mentions:
- Reservation Training PM4R – Kampala.
- Name and address of the participating organization
- Name, function, e-mail address and telephone number of each participant
Upon receipt of your reservation request, we will inform you of the formalities for payment of registration fees. Registration will only be effective after receipt of payment of registration fees. An invoice will be sent by e-mail as confirmation of registration.
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