Start date: 30 August 2014
Project Management has become a critical operational tool for any manager who has to meet tight deadlines with limited resources.
Managing short lead-times and on-time delivery systems is a distinctive business competence. The application of Project Management techniques will help virtually any business improve its performance.
This short learning programme focuses on project management techniques in the context of planning and implementing projects through
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any manager or aspirant manager whose position requires:
- The planning and completion of projects in the shortest possible time.
- The containment of costs within project budgets.
- The responsibility of ensuring that quality specifications are met.
- The co-ordination and control of those activities necessary for the completion of projects.
SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMMES
All short learning programmes (SLPs) that are available through Varsity College’s School of Business and Technology have been specifically designed for working adults. These SLPs differ from the full qualifications that are also available through Varsity College and which are registered on the National Qualifications Framework. Before you register you must ensure that the programme you select best suits your individual learning and workplace objectives.
For a copy of the Varsity College Registration Form and Contract of Enrolment, please contact any one of our campuses.
The IIE’s PMSA membership reflects industry recognition for the listed Project Management programmes. Student’s enrolled on these programmes can register to become PMSA members for a year and will receive continuous updates from PMSA on industry changes. Registered students will have the opportunity to be eligible to be awarded the PMSA student of the year award judged by PMSA. Upon completion of these industry- recognised programmes, students will receive certificates reflecting the PMSA involvement in their qualification.
At the Business School our Project Management programme teaches you the skills and techniques for planning and implementing projects
In businesses today, Project Management has become a vital operational tool for all managers.