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SAIT - PROJ 233: Project Planning II (Online)

Date:   Mar 03, 2020 - Apr 13, 2020


CPD Points: 10

   $520 Member & Non-member


Supply Chain Management Association Alberta (SCMA AB) in association with Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), offers courses in leading to SAIT’s Applied Project Management Certificate.  

Based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) latest PMBOK® Guide, this second level project planning workshop examines the risk management and project procurement planning processes. Starting with basic risk management concepts, you’ll explore the five step process for building the project risk management plan. The benefits of proactive risk assessment and appropriate risk response planning will be emphasized and strategies for collaboratively developing a comprehensive risk management plan will be presented. You will also consider and apply project procurement planning tools and techniques in widespread use today. Although Project Planning l is a recommended, it is not mandatory.

Module 1:       Planning for Project Quality

  • Examine the essential elements of an actionable quality management plan.

Module 2:       Planning for Stakeholder Management and Project Communications

  • Outline the important elements of a comprehensive project stakeholder management plan.
  • Design the communication approach to meet the information and communications needs to project stakeholders.

Module 3:       Planning for Human Resources

  • Plan and communicate the project organization to maximize the team’s performance.
  • Understand how Emotional Intelligence fits into the Human Resource Plan.
  • Anticipate and remove some of the barriers that stand in the way of effecting change.

Module 4:       Planning for Procurement

  • Describe the process used to decide how to obtain project resources.
  • Outline the key elements of a procurement management plan.
  • Recommend the appropriate type of procurement document for each project procurement.
  • Develop a list of evaluation criteria to score seller proposals.

NOTE:  Meals will NOT be provided during this course.

Instructor:  Neil Sanderson

Neil enthusiastically and energetically coaches, mentors, and consults with new project leaders, to help them learn practical project management skills which will increase their confidence and the success of their projects.


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