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T 53v20D - Free demo course - E-Learning - Project management ISO 21502 version 2020 - optimize costs and lead times

Free demo course - E-Learning (online course) - Project management according to ISO 21502 version 2020 - optimize costs and lead times

T 53v20D - Free demo course - E-Learning - Project management ISO 21502 version 2020 - optimize costs and lead times
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T 53v20D - Free demo course - E-Learning - Project management ISO 21502 version 2020 - optimize costs and lead times
  • Number of hours: 2 Hours
  • Added the: 05/01/2024
  • Last update: 15/05/2024
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E-Learning (online course) - Project management

Discover Project management training and

  • determine the stakes
  • identify the principles
  • understand the process
  • master the tools

Get used to

The important and fundamental elements of project maagement

  • history
  • benefits
  • concepts
  • prerequisites
  • integrated practices
  • project practices
  • tools

The menu of the course

  • Presentation
  • MCT (multiple-choice test) Beginning (10 questions)
  • 1 the project
    • 1.1 History
    • 1.2 Scope
    • 1.3 Benefits
  • 2 Standards, definitions, books
    • 2.1 Standards
    • 2.2 Definitions
    • 2.3 Books
  • MCT Project (10 questions)
  • 3 Process approach
    • 3.1 Process types
    • 3.2 Mapping
    • 3.3 Process approach
  • MCT Process approach (8 questions)
  • 4 Concepts
    • 4.1 Overview
    • 4.2 Context
    • 4.3 Governance
    • 4.4 Life cycle
    • 4.5 Organization
    • 4.6 Competence
  • Case Customer and need
  • Case Unhappy customer
  • Case Sponsor validation
  • Case Supplier selection
  • MCT Concepts (10 questions)
  • 5 Prerequisite conditions
    • 5.1 Overview
    • 5.2 Considerations
    • 5.3 Improvement
    • 5.4 Alignment
  • Case New line
  • Case New function
  • MCT Prerequisite conditions (6 questions)
  • 6 Integrated practices
    • 6.1 Overview
    • 6.2 Pre-project activities
    • 6.3 Overseeing
    • 6.4 Directing
    • 6.5 Initiating
    • 6.6 Cntrolling
    • 6.7 Delivery
    • 6.8 Closing
    • 6.9 Post-project activities
  • Case Delegate work
  • MCT Integrated practices (8 questions)
  • 7a Project practices
    • 7.1 Overview
    • 7.2 Planning
    • 7.3 Benefits
    • 7.4 Scope
    • 7.5 Resources
    • 7.6 Schedule
    • 7.7 Costs
    • 7.8 risks
    • 7.9 issues
  • MCT Project practices a (9 questions)
  • Case Natural disaster risk
  • Case New risk
  • Case Risk treatment
  • Case Change
  • 7b Project practices
    • 7.10 Change control
    • 7.11 Quality
    • 7.12 Stakeholders
    • 7.13 Communication
    • 7.14 Changes
    • 7.15 Reporting
    • 7.16 Documentation
    • 7.17 procurement
    • 7.18 Lessons learned
  • Case Interested parties
  • Case Communication
  • MCT Project practices b (10 questions)
  • MCT End (20 questions)

E-Learning - Project management

Who can become a project manager?

Anyone with great will, solid knowledge, undeniable experience, undeniable skills and qualities

What books can we use?

The list is long. Some essential books are shown in paragraph 2.3

What tools should the project manager use?

The project manager's toolbox is large. Some essential tools included in this module (around sixty):

  • project (10)
  • quality control (7)
  • QSE (16)
  • problem, risk, safety (19)
  • Lean (25)

Master project management to be able to:

• guarantee the financial success of the project
• optimize costs and deadlines
• reduce uncertainties

 

Basic knowledge of ISO 21502, ISO 10006, ISO 31000 and the process approach

Anyone involved in project management:

  • top management
  • new or future project manager (project leader)
  • consultant
  • project promoter
  • project facilitator
  • project sponsor
  • new or future QSE manager
  • QSE certification project manager
  • quality, safety, environment manager
  • quality, safety, environment engineer
  • quality, safety, environment facilitator
  • quality, safety, environment assistant
  • student

 

21 hours online on average (according to knowledge and aptitudes, this duration can vary individually). One hour of online training is equivalent to at least 2 hours of training on the spot.

Acquire project management skills:

  • apply the process approach
  • manage context and leadership
  • implement and control:
    • the tools
    • the process groups of:
      • launch
      • planning
      • realization
      • closing
  • all project documents

 

Methods and tools

  • dedicated Internet site
  • specific online training module
  • Open and Distance Learning (ODL)
  • your training history:
    • the time you have passed on each clause and sub-clause of the module
    • the record of the score of all your trials of the MCTs (multiple-choice tests)
  • level test at beginning of the training
  • MCTs with comments, notes on a 20 point scale and recommendations
  • videos
  • true stories
  • case studies
  • tools
  • wastes
  • jokes
  • games
  • online tutorial :
    • a follow up of acquired material and the progress of each trainee
    • online or by e-mail within 24 hours
    • personalized answers to questions
    • advice and recommendations about documents, books and useful links
  • delivered certificate of attendance and mastery at the end of the training (example)

Access to the course is 60 days from the date of validation of your order. This period will be renewed for free upon a simple request within 6 months

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Here is a MCT (Multiple-choice test) to evaluate, before beginning, the level of your knowledge for this course. (One or more correct answers are possible). You can start again as many times you wish.

None 1. ISO stands for:

None 2. Changing the project title can be seen as:

None 3. A process creates, among other things:

None 4. A project can be:

None 5. Examples of project constraints:

None 6. Examples of elements to be assessed as prerequisite conditions:

None 7. Examples of integrated practice objectives:

None 8. Examples of project planning practices:

None 9. Examples of change management activities:

None 10. Planning communication means to: