CILT Module DIP15 Project Management

OVERVIEWThe aim of this option unit is to provide candidates with the knowledge required to assess feasibility, design, plan, implement, undertake, manage, record and make final assessment of projects carried out in a controlled environment. Such projects are aimed at improving and/or changing whatever processes, procedures, initiatives or strategies have been identified as having the potential to bring about added improvements and efficiencies within the overall framework of an organisation’s business strategy.

The unit deals with projects and the elements of project management, including reviews using a methodology that has been used to bring about successful project management and outcomes for many years. The methodology and content of this unit are based upon what has been approved by the Association of Project Management (APM) as sufficient to meet the requirements and professional standards of a person nominated to act in the role of Project Practitioner.

The key issues involved in properly assessing what needs to be changed, how it needs to be changed and change managed, to ensure controlled outcomes whilst capturing relevant information to avoid costly repetitive processes, are fundamental elements of both this unit and objective project management. These elements are deployed throughout many of the most effective and efficient supply chains today. Project management methodology is generic in nature enabling the principles outlined and explained to be applied to, and to support, projects from all disciplines and any project activity that may arise from study of any of the other units of this course.

DURATION6 x 3 hours
DELIVERYVirtual workshop
Work-based activities, including presentations, group work and case studies
  • Understand the core project standards and characteristics within the business and commercial context.
  • Understand the various controlled project styles, approaches, triggers, products and processes.
  • Understand the process of project start-up and the components of a project’s terms of reference (TOR).
  • Understand the various tools used to initiate, plan, control and monitor project progress.
  • Understand the scope of responsibility and associated tasks when directing a project.
  • Know the procedures to be followed to maintain quality standards within a project.
  • Understand project control and configuration management techniques.
  • Understand product and work package delivery and their associated activities.
  • Know how to deliver effective project quality management.

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