Project Management Program


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Programe Code: PM
Duration: 4 Months / level
Credential Awarded: NCFE Certification
Program Type: Preparation for Certification
Campus:
Los Angeles (United States)
European College in London (United Kingdom)
Montreal (Canada)

Start Dates: 2011-October, 2012-February, 2012-June

Program Description

As business environment is becoming gradually more complex, with greater pressure on global markets, many organisations are turning towards project-based management as the way to deliver change initiatives. Project management has grown into more than just a specialist subject in the education of managers and engineers and its place as a mainstream management discipline is now widely recognised.

Thus the Project Management Program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop a broad knowledge and understanding of this critical discipline. It also aim to develop a deeper understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects to project management, and to develop the essential skills and competencies necessary to plan, monitor, control and deliver successful projects. The programme is focused on career preparation and relevant pre-experience providing a theoretical approach, but with an emphasis on putting theory into practice.

This award also has a particular emphasis on business project environments that bring together resources, skills, technology and ideas to deliver business benefits or achieve business objectives, operating within the multiple project constraints of scope, budget, time and quality requirements.

 In summary the programme provides:

  • An appreciation of the fundamental concepts, principles and techniques needed for effective project and programme management;
  • An awareness of the roles, responsibilities and competencies of those involved in dynamic project-based environments, and how this relates to effective people, project and change management;
  • An understanding of the methodological factors that can be used for selecting, defining, planning, controlling, monitoring and delivering projects;
  • Knowledge of the basic concepts and analytical tools that underpin effective financial and resource control decisions in project-based environments;
  • An understanding of the issues and approaches to managing risks in the project and programme environment, and in the wider enterprise.


Contact information

Phone: 514-779-9595
canadianeuropenacademy@live.ca