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Auditing Projects, Project Management, Project Risk

Increasingly, those who have risk-related roles are being asked to give assurance that project risks are being assessed, governed and minimised. At the end of this course participants will be highly project-risk aware and be able to add value to the project process.

Topics covered
• The challenge of managing successful projects and programs
• Risk first steps
• The plan
• Team dynamics and money
• Project management in action – hidden dependencies
• Project reporting, documentation, MIS and quality
• Project derailment and managing change
• End of project wash up and review


Date
Thursday, 26 July 2012 to Friday, 27 July 2012
Location
Brisbane
Venue
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Level 32 Central Plaza One

345 Queen Street

Brisbane, QLD 4000

Australia

Status
Available

Member
$1,150.00
Member Early Bird
$1,035.00
Non Member
$1,350.00
Non Member Early Bird
$1,215.00


Outcomes

• Understand the key differences between program and project management
• Plan for project and program management audits
• Know how to audit projects and programs
• Identify the challenges of controlling project complexity, change, timescales and costs
• Identify how risk materialises within live projects and causes projects to fail

Presented by

Robert Overell PMIIA CIA, Facilitator, Brisbane City Council

Suitable For
Duration and CPE
2 Days, 9am to 5pm (both days), 14.00 hours
Delivery Options
Enquiries
For more information please contact Wissam Diab
Email:
training@iia.org.au
Phone:
+61 2 9267 9155

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