Project Fundamentals For Administrators

Category: Aci Code Requirements And Specifications For Concrete Design, Construction And Repair Training

Course Description

Course Objectives

  • An overview of Project Management (PM) fundamentals
  • Familiarity with initiating and planning a project
  • An overview of managing a project
  • Obtain tips on how to troubleshoot and close a project
  • Identify the role of a Project Administrator and how to transition into a PM role
  • Learn how to set up of a Project Support Office (PSO™) for project success
  • Master techniques for success with meetings, progress reporting and change control

Who Should Attend

  • Project Coordinators
  • Office Assistants
  • Project Management Professionals

Benefit If Attending

  • By the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Understand what constitutes a project and it’s key stages
  • Recognise the role of the Project Manager and how you can best support him/her
  • Plan and start projects with achievable outcomes and timelines
  • Manage projects, resources and time while juggling day-to-day responsibilities
  • Know when and how to troubleshoot project bottlenecks with ease
  • Gain the knowledge and experience that will enable a smooth transition from a Project Administrator to a Project Management role
  • Gain understanding of Project Support Office (PSO™) and how to set it up
  • Spearhead meeting agendas and related meeting minutes
  • Manage project documentation, and project status reporting by briefing all project stakeholders
  • Maximise organisational productivity and reduce costs

Course Outline

  • project management fundamentals
  • transitioning into a project management role
  • initiating and planning a project
  • managing a project
  • troubleshooting and closing the project
  • managing projects within organisations
  • project management overview
  • project management process groups
  • role of the project administrator
  • assisting in the set up the project support office (pso™) for project success
  • the fundamentals of time, cost planning and management
  • organising meetings, progress reporting, minutes and change control procedures.