Project Management

Project Management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful delivery of specific project goals, outcomes, and outputs. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project’s goals, outcomes, and outputs while honoring the constraints of the preconceived project related to scope, budget, schedule, and quality. 

  • Introduction
  • What is a project?
  • Project phase model/project life cycle examples
  • Project Management Competencies &disciplines
  • Conclusion, challenge questions 
  • Introduction
  • Importance of project identification and design
  • Data collection
  • Data analysis: stakeholder analysis
  • Data analysis: state analysis
  • Identification of Project Intervention Logical Framework
  • The 4 levels of project log-frame
  • Conclusion: review/assessment 
  • Project Set -up: learn benefits to project setup
  • Define and Explore DecisionGates
  • Project Launch
  • Project Governance
  • Conclusion: review/assessment 
  • Project phase interaction
  • Implementation plan
  • Scope planning
  • Five Steps in Schedule Planning
  • Conclusion: review/assessment 
  • Issue management: Define Assumptions, Risks
  • Communications
  • Essentials: Review Key Principles: Integrated and Participator
  • The RACI Model: Learn the RACI Model 
  • Monitoring and Evaluation: Learn Three Types of Evaluation: Real-Time, Final, Ex-Post
  • Control: Learn about Managing Variances
  • Conclusion: review/assessment 
  • Introduction
  • Transitions: Learn Tools to Improve Transition
  • Verification and Acceptance: Learn Project Closeout
  • End of Project Learning: Learn Lessons Learned in the Modified Issues Log
  • After Action Review: Discover the Importance of Celebrating
  • Conclusion: review/assessment 

Kuch Savath

Managing Director & Certified Master Trainer

Mr. Savath Kuch has more than 15 years’ experience in managing training, leading the high-impact in-company training, providing technical support on training development, project & program design, planning, implementation, assessment, monitoring & evaluation and training on many courses associated with project management, training needs assessment, design, planning, and data collection.

Currently, he is the Managing Director of EDI, and formerly, he is an Executive Director, Executive Manager, National Child Protection Specialist, Program Manager, Trainer, Child Protection Technical Officer, Child Protection Project Officer, Child Protection Technical Assistant, and Social Worker for World Vision International. He has experience managing training and managing project from the front-line position to be a national technical specialist providing his support to all staff in many projects and programs.

  • Discuss the project management knowledge
  • Explain the project management processes
  • Demonstrate the formulas, charts, and theories of project management
  • Questions to consider for new projects
  • What is the difference between project and business as usual (ongoing operations)?
  • The discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful delivery of specific project goals, outcomes, and outputs
  • Project Manager who is preparing to plan, identification, design, design project
  • Project Coordinator who is currently challenging with project management
  • People from all disciplines and backgrounds who have responsibility for managing non- profit development projects to achieve successful results with good impact. 


Course Detail

  • Trainer :Kuch Savath
  • Class Start :02 Mar 2024
  • Class End :03 Mar 2024
  • Seat Availble :25 Seats
  • Time : 08:00 - 17:00
  • Fee :290 $
  • Early Bird : 230 $
  • venue :Hotel