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by College SA
From R780 per month
Number of courses: 2
Our project management courses will equip you with the skills to plan, execute and manage various projects and project teams.
Why should I study a College SA Project Management Course?
Project management involves the process of planning, organising, and managing a project from start to finish in order to achieve specific goals. If you are already working in a corporate environment, or would like to, a project management course could be perfect addition to your education.
This course offers great opportunities for those interested in pursuing a career as a project manager, as well as those who would like to learn how to manage their daily workload better. The skills you will learn from a project management course will help you to better manage projects and reporting systems, and achieve favourable results.
What is Project Management?
Project management involves strategically planning and managing a specific project, with the aim to reach a specific goal that will have a positive impact on the business or organisation.
Project managers are needed to ensure that projects are successfully executed. They can be found working within various industries, of which the largest are engineering, architecture and information technology. Project management could involve managing something as simple as your own daily tasks, or as complex as the building of a new business centre.
Project management skills can be applied in almost all industries, including:
- Technology & IT
- Advertising & Marketing
- Real Estate
What does a Project Manager do?
Project managers plan, oversee and control projects to ensure that they are executed according to the goals of a company. They do this by:
- Meticulously planning what needs to be done, how it needs to be done, and who needs to do the work.
- Planning the budget and ensuring the project stays within that budget.
- Checking in on team members to make sure project/work expectations are met.
- Problem-solving where necessary.
- Reporting progress to stakeholders/executives.
- Ensuring the project is executed and completed within the given time period.
Where to study Project Management?
College SA offers two project management courses; the Project Management Basics Proficiency Certificate and the Project Management Skills Certificate.
Want to study to become a Project Manager?
Project managers are responsible for managing specific projects that have a definite outcome, stay within a budget and are completed within a certain period of time.
College SA offers two different project management courses – a short 3-month Project Management Basics Proficiency Certificate with one subject to complete, and a 6-month Project Management Skills Certificate with tow subjects to complete.