SBCS Ltd approved single module course: IT Project Quality Management
This course is available to anyone wanting to have a foundation in IT Project & Quality Management as defined in the "Entry Requirements" below. Students will be assessed and issued a certificate by the School of Business and Computer Science. This qualification can be earned in six (6) months part-time.
Students must be at least 18 years old and have experience in Computer Literacy and possess IT skills, particularly in spreadsheets. Knowledge of modern business processes and basic project management concepts is also required.
Aims and Objectives
In order to be able to function effectively as a Project Leader or Quality Assurance Manager students need advanced skills in using a project management software and spreadsheets combined with the ability to apply appropriate modelling and design techniques. This course will both deepen and broaden the students' existing business and management skills. It will focus on project management (e.g. using MS Project), modelling (using MS Excel) and quality assurance.
By the end of the course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of project management and quality management techniques and practices.
Develop a complex project plan for a business solution.
Model a complex business application using a spreadsheet.
Evaluate different project management methodologies.
Evaluate different quality management methodologies.
This course contains the following:
- Project Management concepts and practice.
- Professional report writing skills.
- Advanced Spreadsheet concepts and techniques.
- Project Management and IT Context.
- Project Management Process Groups.
- Project Integration Management.
- Project Scope Management.
- Project Time Management.
- Project Cost Management.
- Project Quality Management.
- Project Human Resource Management.
- Project Communication Management.
- Project Risk Management.
- Project Procurement Management.
- Case Studies.
Learning and Teaching Activities
Theoretical aspects of topics will be introduced through lectures and reinforced through classroom-based tutorials. Practical skills will be taught and reinforced through supervised laboratory-based tutorials. Students will also need to work unsupervised in order to strengthen their practical spreadsheet modelling and project management skills.
The deadline for registration for July 2012 intake is Saturday 30th June, 2012.
Kindly email the Centre for University of Greenwich Programmes Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the following persons for further Information :
Mr. Micaiah Wilson - Senior Course Administrator
Ms. Cherisse Anderson - Assistant Course Adminstrator