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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
The Institute of Chartered Accountants - Australia (Brisbane)

Level 32

345 Queen Street

Brisbane, QLD 4001

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 CIA MIIA(Aust), 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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