Skills Programme No. 1
“Structuring and Starting Your Project”
NQF Level 4
This skills programme contributes 14 credits towards the Further Education and Training Certificate: Generic Project Management at NQF Level 4.
The Skills Programme No. 1 (SP1) can also be held in-house at client venues throughout South Africa for a minimum of 10 learners on dates to suit the learners.
This programme includes guidance in preparing a Portfolio of Evidence and summative assessment of the learner’s competence. A Certificate of Competence is awarded on successful completion.
ProjectPro Management Services is an accredited training provider with SAQA / Services Seta 097, Project Management South Africa and the Association of SA Quantity Surveyors.
The fee (see registration form or website) includes a manual, worksheets Learner Guide, formative and summative assessments, a SAQA certificate of competence, refreshments and lunches.
Visit our website at www.projectpro.co.za for fees, dates and to register or contact us to request a registration form.
To discuss your needs contact ProjectPro:
Tel: 012 346 6674 Fax: 012 346 6675
Who should attend?
This programme is ideal for project managers on simple projects, project co-ordinators, project administrators and project expeditors. New entrants to the work or project management environments will benefit from this programme, as will project management personnel who have never had any formal training, as well as learners from other professions who have identified a need to apply project management methods to their work or environment.
At the end of this skills programme the qualifying learner will be capable of: Explaining the nature of a project
Skills Programme 1: “Structuring and Starting Your Project” includes summative assessments of the following two unit standards and nine specific outcomes:
SAQA ID 120372: Explain fundamentals of project management
Specific outcome 1: Explain the nature of a project
Specific outcome 2: Explain the nature and application of project management
Specific outcome 3: Explain the types of structures that are found in a project environment
Specific outcome 4: Explain the application of organisation structures in a project environment
Specific outcome 5: Explain the major processes and activities required to manage a project
SAQA ID 120373 Contribute to project initiation, scope definition and scope change control
Specific outcome 1: Contribute to the identification and co-ordination of stakeholders, their roles, needs and expectations
Specific outcome 2: Contribute to the identification, description and analysis of the project needs, expectations, constraints, assumptions, exclusions, inclusions and deliverables
Specific outcome 3: Contribute to preparing and producing inputs to be used for further planning activities
Specific outcome 4: Contribute to the monitoring of the achievement of the project’s scope