The process of developing a project management plan can be time consuming. Other people think of it as a brain draining task. It will become an easy task if you know how to handle it well. If you do not have any background in project management, that is not a problem.
There is an easy way for you to be familiar with all of the project management planning concepts and methodologies without needing to attend school classes. You may simply find and enroll for an online project management course.
Start by enrolling into the Certificate IV in Project Management with LMIT. The course is self-paced and supported by professional project management trainers based in Brisbane.
While taking the course in project management, make sure to take important notes that you can use in making project plans for your business. It is also a great choice to buy a project manager training book that will serve as your back up whenever you think that you have forgotten concepts that were discussed in your project management training course.
Here are the concepts, techniques, and tools that you should always keep in mind if you want to be a good project manager.
Project Management Plan Inputs
The project management plan involves inputs such as preliminary project scope statement, project management processes, enterprise environmental factors, and organizational process assets.
The preliminary project scope statement involves includes different factors which include the following:
– The objective of the project or goal in making the product
– Requirements and features of the product or service
– Criteria in accepting or approving the product or service
– Boundaries or limitations of the project
– Deliverables and requirements of the project
– Project assumptions
– Project risks
– Project organization
– Schedule milestones
– Cost estimation
– Project configuration management requirements
– Project approval requirements
LMIT provides online training courses for the Cert IV Project Management BSB41507, the Certificate IV of Project Management and the Diploma of Project Management BSB51407 in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra.
Published by: LMIT