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Project Manager : Project Manager June July 2013
Most project management organisatons and their project management practtoners are already practcing “Risk and Opportunity Management” – but just how eﬀectve are they? The problem is that even though many practtoners say that they follow these standards very few understand some of the intricacies that the standards have passed on. We want to build on this base by looking at some of the problem areas and ﬁne tune the applicaton so that they can more eﬀectvely inﬂuence the management of risk within their projects. REGISTER NOW - WWW.AIPM.COM.AU Risk Management Details Learning Outcomes At the conclusion of this workshop, partcipants will be able to: • Determine appropriate risk management strategies to suit the project characteristcs; • Develop a project risk and opportunity management plan (PROMP); • Eﬀectvely apply a recognised risk management process; • Guide the management of project risks and opportunites across all levels within the project; • More eﬀectvely analyse project risks and opportunites; and • Actvely monitor and control the applicaton of the project risk and opportunity management plan. Contact Natonal Oﬃce (02) 8288 8700 firstname.lastname@example.org Facilitator Peter Fowler Venue City CPD Points 10 points Date Brisbane 10th to 11th July 2013 Sydney 23rd to 24th July 2013 Melbourne 6th to 7th August 2013 Canberra 8th to 9th August 2013 Start and End tme 8.45am for a 9am start – 5pm Fee $ 770 (including GST) Member $ 880 (including GST) Non Member Course material and content The Topics Covered in this workshop includes: • Establish the context to suit the project; • Developing analysis scales and tools; • Eﬀectve risk treatment strategies; • Dealing with delegaton and escalaton; • Monitoring the process; • Developing a Project ROMP; • Identfying useful risk and opportunity statements; and • Analysing risks without prejudice. Good governance is critcal to eﬀectve and successful project, program and portolio management. However, governance is a term that is misunderstood and a set of practces that are not so clear and easy to implement. This program is designed to provide senior managers, project sponsors and experienced project managers with the tools and knowledge required to eﬀectvely govern projects, programs and portolios. This workshop builds on this base and culminates key actvites in which partcipants learn to eﬀectvely design and implement appropriate governance arrangements. Governance Details Learning Outcomes At the conclusion of this workshop, partcipants will be able to: • Understand what governance is and why do we need to govern; • Examine governance principles, standards and a number of governance models; • Identﬁy the required governance roles and stakeholders; and • Develop a governance framework for your organisaton. Contact Natonal Oﬃce (02) 8288 8700 email@example.com Facilitator Michael Young Venue City CPD Points 10 points Date Canberra 25th to 26th July 2013 Sydney 30th to 31st July 2013 Melbourne 6th to 7th August 2013 Brisbane 15th to 16th August 2013 Start and End tme 8.45am for a 9am start – 5pm Fee $ 770 (including GST) Member $ 880 (including GST) Non Member Course material and content Atendees will receive a learner guide. The partcipants will also receive the power-points as a guide together with the various inventories that they will be required to complete. Encouraging Excellence Through Professionalism In Project Management
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