CBP Project Management

Length: 5 day(s) | Audience: Anyone | Level: 200

The CBP Project Management certification equips the business professional with leading methodologies and practices in the project management field. Project Management is a requirement for professionals in many fields with many employers now identifying project management Skills as vital for corporate success.

Module 1: Introduction to Project Management

  • What is project management?
  • Project management
  • Project constraints
  • Understanding the nature of projects
  • The project of life cycle
  • Project identification

Module 2: The Project Initiation Stage

Section 1

  • The project initiation stage
  • Identifying what has triggered your
  • project
  • Project management roles
  • The project definition document
  • The project description
  • Determining project goals
  • Brainstorming and consultation
  • Determining project specification
  • Determine project deliverables

Section 2

  • Determine project constraints
  • Determine project assumption
  • Presenting your business care
  • Speaking to the business need
  • Presenting the business case
  • Completing the project definition Document

Module 3: The Project Planning Stage

Section 1

  • The planning stage
  • Determine the scope of work
  • Scope management plan
  • The work breakdown structure (WBS)
  • Unique WBS identifiers
  • Determine deliverable – specific task list
  • Define task description

Section 2

  • Planning the time element
  • Time estimates – mathematical method,
  • pert analysis
  • Pert calculations
  • Buffer time
  • The project schedule
  • Project schedule charts
  • Updating project assumption & time
  • constraints
  • Assigning resources and responsibilities

Section 3

  • Planning the cost element
  • Resource identification
  • Cost estimation methods
  • Administration cost
  • Buffer cost

Section 4

  • Procurement plan
  • Human resources management
  • Project cost constraints and assumption

Section 5

  • Planning the quality element
  • Decision making and risk taking skill

Module 4: Team Building for Project Leaders

  • Team building
  • Leadership vs. Management
  • Responsibility of a team leader
  • Team building benefits
  • Team selection
  • Team communication
  • What is conflict resolution
  • Motivating teams
  • Coaching teams

Module 5: Motivation

  • Motivation
  • Desires and needs
  • Encouraging performance
  • Morale
  • Improving morale
  • Building loyalty in teams

Module 6: Implementing the Project Plan

  • Implementing the project plan
  • Implementing the procurement plan
  • Quality control and assurance measures
  • Business communication model
  • Performance tracking
  • Earned value analysis
  • Change management
  • Budgetary control measures
  • Implementation stage: project management areas

Module 7: The Closing Stage

  • Acceptance of deliveries
  • Releasing resources
  • Acceptance of contracts
  • Disassembling project team members
  • Project documentation

This course requires that students meet the following prerequisites:

  • The candidate must have a commitment to the pursuit of excellence
  • A general understanding of projects and business elements