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Project Manager : Project Manager Feb March 2012
ESI Australia provides you with the most effective and comprehensive professional development programmes available. To set you up for success in 2012, we are offering courses in the areas of Project Management and Business Analysis. Whether you are a new project professional or a seasoned manager wanting to upgrade and have your skills kept up-to-date, we will have something suitable for you. For a limited time, ESI is having a special promotion for open enrollment courses scheduled between the months of March and June 2012! REGISTER FOR A COURSE NOW AND CHOOSE FROM ONE OF TWO FANTASTIC OFFERS! *Terms and Conditions apply. Please note that all course fees listed do not include 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST) and is valid for one participant only. All courses are accredited with CPD units. Promotion ends 19th March 2012. iPad® is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion. For more information on the courses or promotion, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call +61 2 9080 4390 or visit www.esi-au.com. Receive an iPad® 2 16GB (with WiFi) OR 30% off the listed course fee!* Take advantage of this special offer today! Do not miss out on this fantastic offer where you can learn and be rewarded! 2012 Australia open enrollment courses eligible for promotion: Project Leadership, Management and Communications Date: 19-21 March | Sydney | Course fee: $2,730 Foundations of Business Analysis Date: 30 April - 2 May | Sydney | Course fee: $2,730 Scheduling Cost Control Date: 22-25 May | Sydney | Course fee: $3,255 How to Gather and Document User Requirements Date: 15-18 May | Sydney | Course fee: $3,255 Managing Projects Date: 4-6 June | Sydney | Course fee: $2,730 Negotiation Skills for Project Managers Date: 18-20 June | Sydney | Course fee: $2,730 Promotion ends 19th March 2012. www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 17 PSA METHODOLOGY Dr Paul Steinfort’s research found project success hinges on the following principles: 1 PLAN A rapid assessment of the program can determine whether outcomes are sustainable and best value in the eyes of the key stakeholders, and that project plans are feasible. 2 SUSTAIN Through stakeholder engagement and stakeholder analysis, you can determine what their key requirements are and whether the project goals are sustainable. 3 ASSESS A good value assessment system will help you identify the key success criteria for each of your projects and deliverables. It will also help you determine which action plans deliver best value (input versus output) and how best to achieve those outcomes. 4 PROJECT Effective, aligned, team-driven project planning methods and praxis enable sustainable projects and programs. • How do they plan, do and review their projects? Is that significantly different from you and what can be learnt from all this? Understanding what communities define as a successful outcome also enables strong project monitoring and evaluation pre- and post-disaster, as well as any challenges to health, sustainability and resilience. •••
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