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Innovation for Sustainable Social Projects


Summary

The increasing need for projects in the social sphere to make a positive impact by introducing new products or services can not be underestimated. This course, presented by the British Academy of Training and Development, will focus on a practical approach to introducing creativity as the key driver when establishing a business mentality in social projects.

The supervision of projects is the core of the proper management of the project. The supervision is concerned with the organization of the project works, in order to meet the objectives of achieving the appropriate return while providing value added to the customers by achieving high performance and appropriate cost for the project.

The fundamentals of project management are a science that every business entrepreneur should master, and thus make them an honest guide in learning to manage small, medium and large enterprises. In this article, we will highlight the basics of project management in detail.

Project management is structured around three pillars: human resources management of the project, financial management, project completion time and revenue. The main objective of any project was to achieve value added. This value is guaranteed by the over-demand of the project, thus developing the project according to demand. The ideal situation, the most appropriate and the commitment in the project is one of the things that the project owners pay attention to. It may be one of the challenges related to the project, and with the ten difficulties of any project, including financial and human resources, quality and risks, we have reached the goal of the project.

This program is designed to provide project managers with the advanced skills they need to effectively implement business strategies, as well as to develop new project management teams, where the program combines theoretical concepts with practical knowledge. Participants will be able to balance project and program objectives against regulatory policy and uncover the finer details of supporting global projects and programs from practical and personal perspectives. Students will be able to implement a strategic plan by successfully managing a range of important programs and projects.

Objectives and target group

This Course is provided for the following Target Audience:

  • Directors and owners of large commercial and industrial companies.
  • General Managers in public and private companies.
  • Directors of internal audit offices in companies.
  • Managers of the audit and audit department in companies.
  • All employees in the field of financial control in companies.
  • All students seeking contemporary approaches in financial auditing and how to detect risks.

How participants will benefit from attending a riskـbased audit course:

At the end of the course, the participants will know:

  • Methods of modern and contemporary financial auditing and its role in building the mechanism of work and directing management.
  • Risks and problems that may be discovered by company managers through the company’s auditors and financial auditors.
  • The great role of financial auditing and the role of internal audit offices in avoiding the company’s financial problems.
  • Disclosing the problems and mistakes of the company’s financial accountants and reviewing the financial reports.

Course Content

  • Introduction to project control.
  • Map of the project.
  • Challenges faced by managers in controlling and controlling the project.
  • Safety standards in starting, managing and implementing the project.
  • Types of control in the project.
  • Project Context & Stakeholders
  • Project Estimating Techniques
  • Defining Scope via Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Identification Inputs & Tools
  • Risk Identification Techniques & Categories
  • Risk Identification Outputs
  • Decision Trees
  • Risk Prioritization
  • Risk Response Strategy Guidelines
  • Response Strategies for Threats & Opportunities
  • Response Planning & Analysis
  • Response and Expected Monetary Value
  • Alternative Responses
  • Response Validation
  • Reserves - Contingency & Management

Course Date

2019-05-20

2019-08-19

2019-11-18

2020-02-17

Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3300 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2640 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£2145 / Member

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