Administrator: Alett Slabbert (Tel: +27 21 808 4240 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
With the global shift towards project-based organisations, project management has become an essential business skill for all successful professional engineers, engineering managers and business executives. Project Management is no longer reserved only for the professional project engineer or manager of large and complex projects. Today, project management skills are used by business and services professionals across the board to get tasks done and projects completed on time and within budgets.
In order to train these engineering and business professionals, the basic objective of this short course is to introduce the participants to the principles of project management and to plan and control projects with the application of time-based planning techniques using computer-aided project management software. Take note that the course is focused on practical application, enabling participants to apply techniques immediately.
This short course is presented from 5 to 9 September. It is ideally suited for postgraduate engineering students from the Faculty of Engineering. However, a number of non-engineering participants from outside
the faculty structure can be accommodated, depending on the demand. The short course can also be presented at other times as well as other venues, depending on suitable numbers of participants and client requirements.
A limited number of seats are available, so please register early.
September intake: Closing date for registration: 22 August 2016
Download the latest Project Management brochure here.
To register for this complete the registration form here. Please contact the short course administrator (information above) to confirm successful registration for this course.