Planning a project (IPM103) is one of four micro-courses for Introduction to project management.
At the heart of any successful project is a well-considered plan. In this micro-course you will develop an understanding of budgets, resource allocation, quality and risk in order to produce a document that outlines the project’s pathway to success.
Micro-courses for introduction to project management
There are four micro-courses which make up Introduction to project management.
|Course description||Micro-course learning materials|
|IPM101||Role of the project manager|
|IPM102||Initiating a project|
|IPM103||Planning a project|
|IPM104||Executing and closing a project|
Overview of the course guide
We recommend that you scan through the course guide before commencing your learning journey.
The course guide contains:
- A list of the course aims and learning outcomes,
- The syllabus and learning challenges page where you will find the sessions, dates, and links to the learning materials and learning challenges. (You can also access the syllabus from the “Syllabus” button on the course home page),
- The course assignment, and
- The recommended resources to support your learning.