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LG Professionals Australia, SA Project Management Workshop – 23 & 24 October 2017 - Circular 39.6

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Date 28 September 2017
Contact Vicky Newton
Response Required Yes Respond By 9 October 2017
Summary Back by popular demand – essential skills for managers or team leaders responsible for the efficient management of business projects and the resources they involve – human, physical and financial. Places limited, registrations close 9 October.

Back by popular demand – LG Professionals Australia, SA together with University of Adelaide are please to once again present this two day Project Management Workshop – to be held on 23 & 24 October 2017.

This workshop is ideally suited to managers, professionals or team leaders who are:

  • Responsible for the efficient management of business projects and the resources they involve - human, physical and financial.
  • Accountable for achieving results within specified time, budget and quality limits.
  • Seeking a better understanding of the project management process.

Key Learnings of attending this interactive workshop are:

  • The role of projects in contemporary organisations - why do we have projects and how to determine whether we should have a project at all;
  • The distinction between projects and ongoing operations, and between projects, programs and endeavours;
  • Factors that help determine whether the project should proceed;
  • The key stages in the process of formulating and executing a project, from initial concept to final completion, project life cycle;
  • Defining projects - establishing project priorities and managing project scope;
  • Stage gate approach;
  • The Critical Path Method of project planning and control, precedence analysis, critical path, Gantt chart;
  • Determining project schedules, resources and budgets;
  • Managing project execution, monitoring and control, identifying and fixing typical project issues.

A flyer with full details of the workshop can be found via the following link – click here to download flyer and register.

Further enquiries, please contact Kate Staples

“Interactive, relevant examples for local government mixed with theory – a really good balance”
Belinda Portelli, Strategic & Corporate Planner

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