Introduction to Project Management

Introduces the widely used critical path project management methodology. Participants examine the project management process including scoping and definition, planning and scheduling. The course examines the management of stakeholders, teams and teamwork for projects, as well as working within the reality of an organisational context.

Time: 9am – 5pm  
Cost: $995 excluding GST ($695 for AUT staff)

Refreshments, lunch and all required course materials will be provided on the day.

  • The characteristics of projects
  • Project definition
  • Project scoping and stakeholders
  • The project life-cycle
  • The triple-constraint
  • The work-breakdown structure
  • The critical path
  • Approaches to project estimation and risk
  • Scope out a simple project
  • Create a work breakdown structure
  • Create a baseline network plan
  • Estimate project completion time
  • Estimate simple project budgets

There are no courses scheduled for the remainder of 2022 Time Available Places

If you elect to withdraw from this Executive Education Course or move your enrolment to a future date, the following refund policy applies:

Date of course amendment request* Refund Due
More than 3 working days prior to course commencement 100%
Less than 3 working days prior to course commencement 80%
After course commencement No refund

* Course amendment request: request for withdrawal or transfer of enrolment to a future course must be submitted in writing

For further information:

Associate Professor Simon Mowatt
Tel: +64 9 921 5424

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