Specialization Mini-MBA in Project Management

In the current context of high economic dynamism in countries of Portuguese-speaking Africans, it is imperative to train technicians with the skills and knowledge of tools that may be responsible for Project Management, in any sector of activity, intervening at different stages of any project, developing them consciously, maintaining high standards of quality.
This Specialization Mini-MBA aims to provide and update skills for coordinating, planning and control, by identifying specific tools of project management, activities, equipment, raw materials, human resources and deadlines, all activities necessary for the proper execution of any project.
Based on the latest trends in project management, this certification will provide participants with the knowledge necessary to become experts in the field. Will also allow professionals with experience in the position, strengthening and deepening their skills through the presentation of new approaches and methodologies, based on best practices at the global level.

At the end of the Specialization Mini-MBA, trainees will know
  • The Process Groups:
    • Identify the stages of development of the projects;
    • Identify the types of process;
    • Run a Project Charter;
    • Define the Project Scope;
    • Identify the stakeholders of a project;
    • Identify the requirements of the projects;
    • Define the activities, human resources and essential costs to the project;
    • Run a Quality Plan, Procurement and Risk Analysis;
    • Identify and realize a communication management plan.
  • Financial Evaluation of Projects:
    • Identify key Financial Analysis Criteria Projects;
    • Know the main indicators of financial viability;
    • Calculate the NPV of a project;
    • Calculate the IRR of a project;
    • PAYBACK calculate the time of a project.
  • The Project Manager
    • Understand the importance of the individual's role as a leader;
    • Gain the tools for motivation and behavior of team members;
    • Recognize the importance of a good contributor to the leadership;
    • Meet the Leadership standards.


Module 0 – Opening
  • Presentation of trainers and trainees;
  • Presentation of the objectives and training program operating methodologies.
Module I – Basic definitions and concepts
  • What is a project?;
  • Project objectives;
  • What is Project Management?:
  • Framework for Project Management;
  • Selection of projects;
  • Formulas and concepts;
  • The Project Manager;
  • Environmental factors that may influence the Project;
  • Organizational structures;
  • Lifecycles of projects;
  • Knowledge areas in Project Management;
  • The Process Groups interact.
Module II – The Process Groups
  • Initiation:
  • Creating the Project Charter;
  • Identify Stakeholders;
  • Planning:
  • Perform Management Plan;
  • Identify project requirements;
  • Defining the Scope of the project;
  • Create the WBS;
  • Create Planning and Project Baseline:
  • Set Activities;
  • Set sequences;
  • Estimate necessary resources for activities;
  • Estimate Activity Durations.
  • Estimate costs;
  • Determine the Budget;
  • Develop the plan of Human Resources.
  • Execution:
  • Create the project team;
  • Managing the project team;
  • Managing information;
  • Interaction with stakeholders.
  • Monitoring and Control:
  • Execution control;
  • Cost control;
  • Progress reports;
  • Risk control;
  • Analysis of Scope.
Module III – The Knowledge Areas of Project Management
  • Integration Management:
  • Develop Project Charter;
  • Develop Project Management Plan;
  • Direct and Manage Project Execution;
  • Monitor and Control Project Work;
  • Perform Integrated Change Control;
  • Close Project or Phase.
  • Scope Management:
  • Collect Requirements;
  • Define Scope;
  • Create WBS;
  • Verify Scope;
  • Control Scope.
  • Time Management:
  • Define Activities;
  • Sequence Activities;
  • Estimate Activity Resource;
  • Estimate Activity Durations;
  • Develop Schedule.
  • Cost Management:
  • Estimate Costs;
  • Determine Budget.
  • Quality Management:
  • Plan Quality;
  • Perform Quality Assurance;
  • Perform Quality Control.
  • Human Resources Management:
  • Develop Human Resource Plan;
  • Aquire Project Team;
  • Develop Project Team;
  • Manage Project Team.
  • Communication Management:
  • Identify Stakeholders;
  • Plan Communications;
  • Distribute Information;
  • Manage Stakeholder Expectation;
  • Report Performance.
  • Risk Management:
  • Plan Risk;
  • Identify Risk;
  • Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis;
  • Perform Quantitative Risk Analisys;
  • Plan Risk Response.
  • Purchasing Management:
  • Plan Procurements;
  • Conduct Procurements;
  • Administer Procurements;
  • Close Procurements.
Module IV – Financial Evaluation of Projects
  • Settings;
  • Project Analysis Methodology;
  • Analysis Criteria;
  • Key Indicators:
  • VAL;
  • TIR;
Module V – The Project Manager
  • Individual function of importance as Leader;
  • Motivation and behavior of the team members;
  • Standards Leadership;
  • Effective communication.
Module VI – Knowledge Teste
  • Measure and evaluate the knowledge acquired.

Module VII – Closing
  • Evaluation of the Specialization Mini-MBA: trainers and trainees.

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