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ISO 21502 Lead Project Manager

Overview:

Introduction:

The ISO 21502 Lead Project Manager training program aids in the development of the skills required for starting, planning, overseeing, controlling, and concluding a project in accordance with ISO 21502. It does not only give you a theoretical foundation in project management, but it also includes exercises and quizzes that will allow you to put what you've learned to use. You can apply for the exam once you've finished the training course. You can apply for the "Certified ISO 21502 Lead Project Manager" credential if you pass the exam. An internationally recognized "ISO 21502 Lead Project Manager" certificate verifies your talents as a professional and shows that you have the knowledge and skills required to manage a project in accordance with ISO standards.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 

  • Transform their concepts into measurable or intangible outputs.

  • When creating and implementing initiatives, properly manage and involve stakeholders.

  • Project initiation, planning, execution, control, and closure with particular goals, scope, and resources.

  • Control project alterations and social and organizational changes that have an impact on initiatives.

  • Conduct project-related risk assessments and manage those risks that are found.

  • Study project management practices.

Targeted Audience:

  • Project directors.

  • Project backers.

  • expert counsel.

  • participants in a project.

  • Project governance, project direction, and project auditing executives, managers, and directors.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Introduction to ISO 21502 and project management:

  • Structure and goals of a training program.

  • Project management guidelines and standards.

  • Project management's fundamental ideas and guiding principles.

  • Controlling a project.

  • The structure and functions of the project.

  • Project management requirements before formalizing it.

Unit 2:

Integrated project management practices:

  • Prior to a project.

  • Opening a project.

  • Project management and direction.

  • Project management and delivery management.

  • Project completion or termination as well as follow-up activities.

Unit 3:

Management practices for a project:

  • Project management and quality control.

  • Managing the scope.

  • Advantage management and change management.

  • Budget and time management.

  • Procurement and resource management.

  • Management of risks and problems.

Unit 4:

Management practices for a project (cont’d):

  • Engagement of stakeholders.

  • Management of communication.

  • Reporting on projects.

  • Handling of information and paperwork.

Unit 5:

A full review for the Management practices:

  • Lessons gathered.

  • Training course completion.

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