Project management development training
This course is intended for those wishing to systematize the upstream analysis and quantification of requirements, then track the findings throughout the project and the life of the system. It provides an integrated overview of the current situation at the juncture between systems engineering and project engineering.
The course lasts 3 days (18 hours) and includes:
- Lectures with examples
- Individual exercises, group work and case studies.
The project: a contract between a contractor and an integrator (a project manager in the industrial sense): identification and management of the deliverable from the genesis of the project to its completion.
The project consists of developing a solution to an issue formalized in the conditions of use; requirements management during the genesis of the project and throughout.
Justification of the project through financial analysis of the conditions of use.
Course level : Advanced
The course is for those working in small-scale project or sub-project management who are moving to medium- or large-scale projects.
Gilles VALLET :
Polytechnic School Graduate, Project Engineer, Highware International Advisor, Program Leader at Oxford Academics, author and teacher.
- Requirements reference document and definitions reference document
- Project keys
- Practical application of definitions
- Methods of analysis and characterization of requirements
- Requirements identification
- Approval/validation indicators
- Requirements characterization
- Practical application of requirements analysis
- Functional requirements coverage and value analysis
- Specifications reference document
- Appraisal integration
- Practical application of satisfaction analysis of a requirements reference document
- Cost of ownership and associated business model
- Economic and financial justification of the project
- Strategic justification of the project
Evaluation of the course at different levels
The course is subject to an evaluation system
(from the Kirkpatrick model) at four levels:
Level 1 is the satisfaction evaluation, which allows learners to express their feelings as and when.
The course is part of the Highware Postgrad in Project Engineering (IPMA - International Project Management Association). As such, it is subject to a Level II Assessment of Knowledge, a Standardized Assessment of Group Work (Level III), and a Prior Learning Assessment (Level IV).
For intra-company situations, this evaluation can be supplemented by a Level III assessment, where tangible application by learners is the subject of a review conducted with the same group
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: 16 to 18 March 2021
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€1,200 excluding tax (20% VAT)