What is Project Planning ?

In society, almost everything we do can be described as project management. From buying our weekly groceries to organising a family get-together, project management skills are involved. The government also depends on the success of its projects &/or private projects in order to deliver services to the public. Project planning is therefore an essential part of our everyday activities in the society and the economy at large. 

Project Planning

Athlone Hanyane

 Following this eLearning course, I feel that I can plan much better and I have learnt how to manage my time when working on a project, I also work better within a group 

Lebohang Manganyi

Wanting to become a project planner, I had no idea of the skills and knowledge needed to do so. Now, I feel empowered with the relevant skill set and knowledge to become a great project planner. What a great course!

What are the prerequisites?

  • Computer/Laptop
  • Email for notifications and communication
  • Internet connection
  • PDF viewer (e.g ADOBE Acrobat)
  • Microsoft Word for notes
  • A web browser

What other related courses are offered?

We provide a variety of courses, from computer studies to leadership and softskills courses.

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Running and planning projects is hard without the knowledge and proper skills to do so. Through this eLearning course, I have learnt how to run a project within the given time frame and budget.

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Unit 1- Select a work based project for a unit

 1.   (incl. 1.2 & 1.2.1) Select a work-based project for a unit

1.2.2 The term “Management”

1.3 Identifying project alternatives 

1.4 (incl. 1.4.1) Selecting a project

1.4.2 Numeric model

Unit 2- Project scope

2.  (incl 2.1 - 2.3) Project scope

2.4 Risk identification and analysis

2.4.1 Risk assessment

Unit 3- Developing a project plan

3.  (incl. 3.1) Developing a project plan

3.2 Project goals and objectives

Writing goals and objective

3.3 (incl. 3.4) Project roles and responsibilities

The project manager

3.4.1 (incl. 3.5) Tools to create a work breakdown structure (WBS)

3.6 Quality and performance planning

3.7 Checking the accuracy, completeness of project plan

It takes between 4 days and 2 weeks, depending on your speed.

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Unit 4- Developing tools to measure key performance parameters

4.  (incl. 4.1, 4.2 & 4.2.1) Developing tools to measure key performance parameters

4.2.2 Steps in developing a Gantt

4.3 Developing a project budget

4.4 Communicating performance parameters with the team

Unit 5- Implementing and evaluating project progress

5.  (incl. 5.1 & 5.2) Implementing and evaluating project progress 

5.3 (incl. 5.4 & 5.5) Identifying project deviations

5.5.1 Change control tools

5.6 Evaluation of project results