PROJECT PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT
Saturday Classes are available for those who cannot find time during the week.
The Project Procurement Management
course is aligned to Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), which is internationally recognised best practice model for Project Managers. It is tailored for the PM Practitioner to address gaps and gain in-depth knowledge of the Project Procurement Management Knowledge Area.
The course is made up of two integrated components, namely Knowledge and Practical Skills.
Knowledge refers to theory as opposed to action. This draws on the information learners have obtained throughout their theoretical learning.
Practical Skills refers to practical tasks or assignments that are the act of engaging in an activity (i.e. action) for the purpose of improving or mastering it. Practical tasks may ask learners to perform, create or develop evidence.
2 Days Online Attendance
Knowledge - 4 Hours/Day
Practical Skills - 1 Hour/Day
Breaks - 1 Hour/Day
09 AM - 03 PM, South Africa Standard Time (SAST)
R 2 000 Online
Online: Real-time Facilitator-Led Lectures
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Project Procurement Management includes the processes necessary to purchase or acquire products, services, or results needed from outside the project team. Project Procurement Management includes the management and control processes required to develop and administer agreements such as contracts, purchase orders, memoranda of agreements (MOAs), or internal service level agreements (SLAs). The personnel authorized to procure the goods and/or services required for the project may be members of the project team, management, or part of the organisation’s purchasing department if applicable (PMBOK® Guide).
Plan Procurement Management - The process of documenting project procurement decisions, specifying the approach, and identifying potential sellers.
Conduct Procurements - The process of obtaining seller responses, selecting a seller, and awarding a contract.
Control Procurements - The process of managing procurement relationships, monitoring contract performance, making changes and corrections as appropriate, and closing contracts.
Basic Project Management Experience
Project Management Fundamentals