Project Planning Training
Project Planning Training Outline
Assemble a team and make initial preparations
The Project planner does not work alone and in fact needs a not inconsiderable amount of assistance from a dozen peers more specialized in certain tasks whom need to be delegated to their formal and most appropriate tasks when it comes to their chosen professions. Getting an appropriate measure or idea of their proposed project also needs to be done as this initial planning phase will in no uncertain terms dictate their delegation of tasks and progress as the project actually begins. Part of the Project Planning Training Courses is dedicated to this initial process as well as the assembly of a team that will be pivotal to how the project planner will execute their task.
Create a work breakdown structure
Projects big or small usually involve dozens if not hundreds of people performing different tasks and all headed towards possibly different but intersecting end-goals. That and large projects usually require different things at different times, as any project despite its scale will be under no uncertain terms dynamic and require it. For project planners this will be an important part of their work as it will influence other parts of their eventual labor during the execution of the project.
Create a system to monitor finances
Businesses big and small require the spending and acquiring of finances that will allow their projects to be funded, pay for skilled or unskilled labor, expenditures for specialized tools and resources that will be used in the construction of the project, as well as contingency funds in the rare but not unheard of case of overspending or other issues that may erupt from the word go. This must also be done usually under the watchful eye of the parent organization that requires a comprehensive look at where the money is going. Where the money comes from is another factor that needs to be considered as loans and investments made for such expenditures need to be closely monitored to evade possible issues in the long run. All these and more lessons are made available to Project Planning Trainees whom are given all the resources they need to find out all the necessary information they need to know about finances as well as strategies and tips to assist them in this task.
Create systems to manage and monitor the acquisition and use of resources
Resources consist of either raw materials or human resources or worker labor.
In regards to raw materials a constant and steady supply of said materials will undoubtedly be required to keep the project on schedule. Where these resources are acquired also needs to be take into account as varying prices or other factors can drastically change the quality of work done on the project or the other factors such as financial expenditures. Also required to be observed are where the resources are actually going within the workplace as procurements are therefore company property and unlawful use of such resources can be seen as breaking the law.
Human resources are just as hard to manage as they also require many individual demands that can vary from person to person. Certain numbers of professionals that can perform one particular task are more required than others, the finances needed to reward their labors for this project need to be taken into account. And unlike raw materials an additional layer of oversight and prevention needs to be given to these workers as depending on the type of labor the risks of employing such individuals or the risks that these individuals are putting themselves in need some form of insurance to cover any possible physical, emotional, or mental injuries that these individuals may sustain in the workplace.
Experts from both fields have been dully consulted by the minds behind Project Planning Training Courses and their lessons and methodologies have been distilled and made available for our learners.