Project Management Programme

The purpose of this qualification enables learners to acquire a unique combination of project administration competencies, human resource management skills and business enterprise skills, in order that they may successfully administer projects. This qualification formalizes sets of competencies and combinations of systems to help to accumulate expertise in this new area of training.

Course Outline

1. Communicate in a variety of ways.
2. Use mathematics in practical applications.
3. Plan projects from definition to completion.
4. Improve future project and organisation planning and implementation by using experiential knowledge and information gathered.
5. Co-ordinate and manage projects in line with project plans.
Range: resources, planned objectives, timeline.
6. Monitor and review project performance and solve identified problems appropriate to contexts.
7. Evaluate the outcomes of projects and assess and apply lessons learnt for future use.
8. Keep records for projects and small businesses that meet legal requirements, and builds knowledge for future use.
9. Communicate with stakeholders, networks, and project teams.
10. Lead and supervise project teams in order to ensure that all phases and cycles of the project are completed according to specifications.
11. Implement and report on financial strategies for specific business requirements and contexts.
12. Plan how to implement components of given project marketing plan, in line with given resources and time frames, and execute such plans accordingly.
13. Develop and set up processes, systems, and resources for effective organisational functioning.

14. Supervise arts and culture technical OR development project teams

AND:

15. Use computers OR.

16. Market arts and culture projects OR.

17. Raw data is recorded OR.

18. Coordinate events OR.

19. Assess community needs and develop advocacy campaigns and workshops in development practice OR

20. Facilitate learning and/or assessment of others.