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The Latest Project Management Courses

6 February 2017

The new year started well for this popular project management course: The 151st intake of the PPM kicked off on Monday 30 January with 44 delegates.  The first module was, as always, Project Management Practices, Principles and Scheduling.  The 152nd intake is the Weekender (presented on 8 Fridays and 8 Saturdays) that is scheduled to start on Friday 10 February. 

The next 20-day (4 blocks of 5 days each over 6 months or more) is scheduled to start on Monday 8 May.

In the meantime, courses that started in 2016 and that have not yet been completed, also resumed; starting with Legal Aspects for Project Managers on 23 January and Financial Principles and Project Cost Management on 26 January – both on PPM 4 of 2016.  Weekender 2 of 2016 started on 23 January with The People-side of Project Management.

Applicants to these practical project management courses are admitted on the basis that those whose payments are in order first, are get preference. Once a course is fully booked, later applications are referred to a later intake.

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Accreditation

The PPM is recognized by the following:

  1. PMI (Project Management Institute) – USA and Globally
  2. ECSA (Engineering Council of SA)
  3. SACPCMP (South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions)
  4. SACNASP (South African Council for Natural Scientific Professionals)
  5. PMSA (Project Management South Africa)

On successful completion of the PPM, suitable candidates may be eligible to apply for the professional designation of Project Manager (PM) conferred by Project Management South Africa (PMSA). PMSA is the SAQA recognized professional body representing the interests of project managers across sectors.

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Prof Herman Steyn

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