PROJECT MANAGEMENT DRIVES CHANGE
Project management uses specific knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to deliver something of value to people. Examples of projects on which managers are always wanted include the development of software for an improved business process, the construction of a building, the relief effort after a natural disaster and the expansion of sales into a new geographic market.
THE INCREASING NEED FOR PROJECT MANAGERS WORLDWIDE:
All projects are a temporary effort to create value through a unique product, service or result. All projects have a beginning and an end. They have a team, a budget, a schedule, and expectations the team needs to meet. Each project is unique and differs from routine operations, in other words, ongoing activities of an organisation, because projects conclude once the goal is achieved.
The changing nature of work due to technological advances and globalisation leads to work being organised increasingly around projects, with teams being brought together based on the skills needed for specific tasks.
GET QUALIFIED IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITH SA CAMPUS!
Basic project management knowledge can provide value to people with various roles in various endeavours. Project management skills can help a young student working on a science project realise success or a corporate executive settle personality disputes. These skills can help nurses streamline shift changes to improve patient response times on their ward. They can help an IT professional deliver innovative software in record time or even help a government agency improve the services they provide more economically.
This valuable knowledge can be obtained through a SA Campus qualification in Project Management. The theoretical knowledge obtained is 100% online, with a practical component to help you grasp the theory covered.
WHY THIS QUALIFICATION?
The learners accessing this qualification will be working in or with project management teams or using a project approach to their business. These projects may be technical, business, public sector, or community development projects and will cut across various economic sectors. This qualification is also of value to learners running their own business, as Project Management is an integral component of any business system.
The qualification gives accessibility and flexibility to the unemployed and employed. The level of flexibility reflects the multiple job roles, organisational requirements, and the industry’s changing technical nature and allows the individual to work towards a Nationally Recognised Qualification.
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