This five-day Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification Course provides participants the knowledge and structured approach in managing projects. Real-life scenarios and practices are studied and discussed during the training. This course is aligned to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
Unique features of this course include games, contests, case studies, exercises and other tools to help you understand-not memorize-the material. This course will also assist you in finding and documenting the gaps in your knowledge, so you can leave the class knowing exactly what you know, and exactly what you need to improve on in your daily project management work.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
This course include games, contests, case studies, exercises and other tools to help you understand—not memorize the knowledge and structured approach in managing projects. Real-life scenarios and practices are studied and discussed during the training. This course requires participants to have some project management experience to gain the most out of the program.
This Integrated Change Management course combines both the topics of Change Management, the “human” perspective, as well as Change Control Management, the “integrated” approach in project management perspective.
Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
• Understanding the importance of Integrated Change Control in a project environment.
• Controlling changes and managing risks in project environment.
• Dealing with the “human” aspects in any uncertain situation such as in a project environment.
for any enquiries please contact:
1. NAME: SAMIHAH JAAFAR
2. NAME: FAZDLIY RIZAL NAZIR
This Stakeholder Engagement workshop incorporates an advanced management simulation – full immersion experiential learning – that provides realistic scenarios in a complex project context for the participants to deal with.
It has been well documented that the difficulties associated with managing complex projects are very often “human”, as opposed to technical. Numerous research reports and project reviews point to reasons such as: lack of senior management support, bad communication between relevant parties, lack of consensus on objectives, etc., as the primary causes of project delay and failure. That ability to maximize "buy-‐in", co-‐operation and approval from key stakeholders is increasingly a critical skill for the 21st Century Project Manager.