Project Management System (PMS)

200 $

Who needs to attend:

Project managers, project management professionals, risk managers, stakeholders, project management consultant etc and those people that are interested in managing projects that require high-quality deliverables at every stage of the project without compromising cost and deadline.


Modules for Project Management System PMS

  • Introduction to Project management
  • Other meaning of project management system.
  • Project: what is it.

Chapter One

  • Types of a project: what are the different types of projects we have in practice.
  • Four phases of a project methodology: graphical representation,
  • Four phases of a project methodology: in detail (initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, controlling, and closing).
  • Project Management System: SMART GOALS principles.
  • Project Management System: who is a project manager.

Chapter Two

  • Project manager role: in managing a project.
  • Project manager role: in an organizational system.
  • Project manager role: in problem-solving functions.
  • Project Management System: Project Phase 1-4 Graphical Representation.
  • Project Management System: Project Phase 1-4 Details Explanations.
  • Project Management triangle: Graphical Representation (concerning Time, Quality, Costs= Stakeholder expectations).

Chapter Three

Project Management life cycle:

  • PMI’s five phases (Initiating, Planning, in details/Explanation. Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing).
  • Prince 2’s five phases (starting, initiating, planning, directing, stage control, stage management, closing).
  • Prince 2”s Seven steps process (Business case, Organization, Quality, Plans, Risks, Change and Progress)
  • RUP four phases (Inception, Elaboration, Construction, Transition).
  • MSF five phases (Envisioning, Planning, developing, stabilizing, deploying).

Chapter Four

  • Project Management System: Risk, what is it.
  • Risk management Principle: An overview, six main processes of risk management in details
  • Risk management: Risk management process (an approach to an organizational risk management process)
  • Types of risk management: risk assessment, risk identification, risk analysis, risk evaluation, risk control, risk reduction, risk acceptance, risk communication, and risk review, etc

Chapter Five

  • Risk management activities as applied to project management.
  • Risk management methods and tools.
  • Basic risk management facilitation methods.
  • Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA).
  • Internal versus external risk: some listed factors that can influence both internal and external risk in the organization.


Benefits of the Project management system training materials to the clients:

  • Opportunities to expand your Services.
  • Better Flexibility.
  • Increased Risk Assessment.
  • Increase in Quality.
  • Increase in Quantity.
  • Enhanced effectiveness in delivering services.
  • improved growth and development within your team.
  • Greater standing and competitive edge.
  • Improved/increased/enhanced customer satisfaction and customer loyalty to your establishment.
  • Better efficiency in delivery service.

Other benefits: Our Project management system training module will assist the project manager to acquire the ability to implement project management approaches, phases successfully within the organization project culture at a stipulated time frame. Not only that, but it will also help the project managers is to deliver high-quality deliverables at every stage of the project without compromising cost and deadline.

NOTE: For this to happen the person that is interested in being a project manager must be competent in project management through both experience and academic excellence. For both small and large projects, if he/she wants to balance the require competency skills at all times.


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