Human Resources, Communication and Scope Management in Projects
Human Resources, Communication and Scope Management in Projects
07 Jun 2021
R 11500.00
Brief Description
The Human Resource, Communication and Scope Management in Projects short course presents you with a unique training experience in applying three of the ten Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) areas namely, Human Resource Management, Communication Management and Scope Management directly to the construction and built environments. This is supplemented by providing you with extensive coverage of labour law, conflict management, negotiations, communication strategies, project management processes, lifecycle of a project, as well as the identification of work responsibilities and roles on projects.
This course earns you credit towards the Comprehensive Project Management Programme for Built Environment Practitioners (CPMP).
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing the course, you will be able to apply three PMBOK knowledge areas, namely Human Resource Management, Communication Management and Scope Management, in project implementation and planning.
Course Content
  • Nature of projects and project management
  • Introduction to project management
  • Project lifecycles and phases
  • Project management processes
  • Project scope management
  • Negotiation on projects
  • Structuring the organisation for project work
  • Identifying work, responsibilities and roles
  • Project human resource management
  • Conflict management
  • Aspects of labour law for the project manager
  • Project communication management
  • Programme management
  • Leadership, motivation and ethics
  • Professional liability
  • Professional Service Agreements (PROCSA)
Please note: You will be required to bring your own laptop to the contact sessions. (Laptops can also be rented at an additional cost.)
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification and/or relevant work experience in the built environment.
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Built Environment and Construction
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are seeking to upskill your project management proficiency in order to perform your duties more effectively within your respective work environment whether as property developer or manager, property and real estate practitioner (in government or privately), financier, contractor or construction manager.
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
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