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Level 7 Diploma in Project Management (QCF) – 6 - 8 Months
Credits: 120 Credits
This Level 7 Diploma Project Management qualification is designed to meet the needs of senior managers responsible for projects and provide a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental topics needed to manage business projects within a complex and ever-changing environment.
This qualification will develop a deeper understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of project, programme and portfolio management and facilitate the essential skills and competencies necessary to plan, monitor, control and deliver successful projects, programmes and portfolios.
This programme is a Pathway programme to MSc in Project Management Degree.
Project management impacts directly on the growth and advancement of most modern organisations and is a much-sought-after qualification. The MSBM Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management is a specialized programme that enables students to develop an advanced understanding of concepts, approaches and tools relevant to the field of project management in the 21st Century.
The programme enhances the capacity of managers to improve production and service delivery thereby contributing to organisational effectiveness. The programme also provides for the attainment of quantitative skills in Project Finance and Project Management.
This program consists of 6 compulsory units which are equal to a total of 120 credits.
This module provides the most critical information about the study course and assignment submission.
This unit aims to introduce learners to the realities of developing and managing a project. It will also introduce learners to the challenges of project management practice in the global business arena. It aims to promote thinking critically about project management as complex, process-based cultural systems and as constantly developing with the high performing team efforts. As an increasing number of firms have project development and project management activities, understanding efficient project management is of vital importance. Learners will learn about the roles and responsibilities of project team members. Various level of management skills will be studied with a special focus on success factors, monitoring and control.
The aim of the unit is to enable the student to understand the core concepts of procurement along with the importance of identifying and managing risks related to procurement and contract management. The learners will also develop a critical understanding of various legislative frameworks important for procurement and consider frameworks for risk assessment in the procurement context.
The aim of this unit is to allow the learner to understand concepts of portfolio management and the associated features. The value of having a Project Management Office will also be examined and the stages of establishing an effective project management office will be considered. Learners will also examine the supply chain ecosystem and review IT frameworks appropriate for logistics and supply chain complexities.
The aim of this unit is to develop a critical understanding of managing operations and information systems within projects. The interrelationships within functional areas will be examined and the influence of contemporary factors. Learners will explore organisational strategy in relation to capacity to plan for products and consider the value of inventory management using information systems and inventory schedules.
The unit aims to equip learners with the practical, technical, and methodological skills to conduct independent research for their research project and management broadly defined. It recognises that conducting research requires the development of specific and generic research skills, including understanding the research design process, understanding different techniques for conducting research in business and management studies, and appreciating the ethical and social implications of undertaking high-value research.
For entry onto the Level 7 Diploma in Project Management leading to the MSc Project Management qualification, learners must possess: