Diploma – Project Management
Business & Project Administration
Diploma in Business & Project Administration
In this diploma in project management / business administration program, students will learn the essential concepts of general business administration and project management & control, as well as get a taste of what it is like to work in the business field.
Throughout this diploma business administration course, a structured strategy is employed to help students develop their competencies in the topic being discussed. To ensure that the student is an asset to any business or project in which they participate, the major objective of the course is for them to demonstrate mastery of the discipline throughout their time there.
Then, looks at how to make investments in the business and projects in a way that makes sense. How to follow proper governance; use processes for continuous improvement and use analytics to help your business reach its goals. In this overview, we’ll talk about how to think strategically and how to put that into action. We’ll also talk about how to use Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and how to make them work for you. Plus, a high-level introduction to project management.
Diploma in Project Management
During this diploma in project management program, we introduce students to project controls and project management concepts; defining needs; scoping; creating work breakdown structures; integrating data; bringing it all together; the project; the project manager, project controls team, and other members of the Project Controls Team; the role of project controls in organizations; communicating and documenting projects; the project manager’s role in project controls. Included is planning; managing project schedules and controlling projects; resource types, allocations; and monitoring and assessing performance. Costing, budgeting, managing costs, and controlling costs, accruals, and making payments. We also focus on change management and control, plus proper documentation for projects and contracts.
General diploma skills in Business and Project Management are important to have in any industry.
Project Management & Control
Project Business & Administration
(BCDPPM) Diploma – Project Management
(BCDPPC) Diploma – Project Management & Control
(BCDPBA) Diploma – Project Business & Administration
(BBCTPM) Foundation Certificate (any specialisation)
Compulsory Pre-Exam Course
See notes below regarding certification
Exam & Certification
Apply for ISO Certified Qualification
(BCDPPM) Diploma – Project Management
The curriculum assesses project management’s key elements and covers specific in-depth knowledge areas around the business.
Key elements of the course include:
- Roles, Responsibilities and Stakeholders
- Teamwork and Leadership
- Establishing & Maintaining the Project’s Scope
- Schedule & Cost Management
- Work & Other Breakdown Structures
- Risk, Issues & Quality
- Negotiation & Conflict Management
- Governance, Methods & Information Management
- Communication & Integration Management
- Procurement Management
Obtain a top-tier position in one of the following industries:
- Banking and Finance
- Oil and Gas
- Information Technology
- Property Development
- and other related fields are included (Too Many To List).
Jobs in the project management discipline are increasing as a result of the expansion of industries.
- Age: Minimum age 16 years
- Transcripts:All documents need to be certified / notarized. All non-English documents must have a certified and evaluated English translation attached to the application.
- English level: See note.
- One passport-size photo.
- Passport copy / national ID card certified / notarized.
- Our PCiBS English teacher will teach you English in our live online Learning Management System (LMS) while studying at PCiBS. If you use our English teacher, no TOEFL / IELTS or equivalent scores are needed. English enrollment is required at the same time.
All PCiBS’ programs are conducted in English and all correspondence will be in English.
(BCDPPM) Diploma – Project Management
|MGT-160 Fundamentals of Project Management|
|PCM-151 Introduction into Planning|
|PCM-152 Introduction into Costing|
|SCM-142 Procurement & Contracting|
|MGT-205 Project Communication; Stakeholder and Integration Management II|
|MGT-240 Project Quality; Risk and Procurement Management II|
|MGT-250 Project Scope; Schedule; Cost & Resource Management II|
|PCM-254 Project Controls II|
Year 1 – Diploma
|PPE-290 Project Portfolio of Evidence II|
|BUS-200 Business Communication & Report Writing|
Talent Match Report
A personal competency assessment will be performed on each student during the first few weeks of the program.
A feedback report with the various competencies is issued to assist the students in identifying their own strengths and development potential. Here is a list of some of the items: Behavioural Styles; Abilities and Skills; Emotional Intelligence; and Growth Potential.
About the model: These INTERNATIONAL competencies are developed using an existing framework as developed by JG Sassenberg.
The development report outlines what actions could be considered to improve behavioural competence and what candidates might want to develop further. The appropriateness of each piece of advice will differ for each individual and will to some extent depend on your job and the opportunities and resources available. We assist each candidate through this process.
It is recommended that you initially look at both your personal strengths and development areas as part of your personal development strategy. In some cases, there might be no strengths or developmental behaviours identified. Then you could identify the behaviours that would be to the greatest benefit to your development in your current work context.
Students will identify their competencies with our Individual Development Planning (IDP) tool.
These competencies will be peer reviewed by a subject matter expert.
Competencies are also identified, allocated and updated (3 times) ongoing over the duration of the program.
Coaching and Mentoring
Individuals will be prepared for a real-life interview process. Practicing for interviews forms part of our intensive active learning process and assists candidates to be ready for any question that comes their way.
** After completing the exam (successfully), you can apply for one of the credentials shown in the table below. You will receive a certificate once you fulfil all the requirements related to the selected credential.
Certified ISO – Provisional Project Manager
Certified ISO – Project Manager
Two years of professional experience and One Year of work experience in project management
Certified ISO – Lead Project Manager
Five years of professional experience and Two years of work experience in project management
Certified ISO – Senior Lead Project Manager
Ten years of professional experience and Seven years of work experience in project management
Required Study Hours
Applied according to the program
Signing the Code of Ethics
COMPULSORY Pre-EXAM Course
## To receive an international certification, students must take the mandatory one-week pre-exam course. Once students pass the exam, they will receive an international certificate from our partner, an accredited Canadian Institution.
- Introduction project management
- Training course objectives and structure
- Standards and project management methodologies
- Fundamental concepts and principles of project management
- Project governance h Project organization and roles
- Prerequisites for formalizing project management
- Integrated project management practices
- Pre-project activities
- Initiating a project
- Overseeing and directing a project
- Controlling a project and managing the delivery thereof
- Closing or terminating a project and post-project activities
- Management practices for a project
- Project planning and quality management
- Scope management
- Benefit(s) management and change control
- Schedule and cost management
- Resource management and procurement
- Risk and issues management
- Management practices for a project (cont’d)
- Stakeholder engagement
- Communication management
- Project reporting
- Information and documentation management
- Lessons learned
- Closing of the training course
- Certification Exam***
- Certification fees are included in the exam price.
- PCiBS will provide training material of over 400 pages of information and practical examples.
- PCiBS will issue an attestation of course completion worth 31 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits to participants who have attended the training course.
- *** In case of exam failure, the candidate can retake the certification exam once for free within 12 months following the initial exam date.
Examination Duration: 3 hours
The “ISO Certified Project Manager” exam meets the PCiBS Examination and Certification Program (ECP) requirements.
It covers the following competency domains:
Domain 1 Fundamental principles and concepts of project management
Domain 2 Integrated project management practices
Domain 3 Individual management practices for a project
Programs at PCiBS / ELU (ErnestLehman.University)
Four(4) levels of education.
THE LEVELS of MASTERCLASSES EDUCATION
- BASIC CERTIFICATE
- FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE
- ADVANCED DIPLOMA
Four (4) leves of education.
THE LEVELS of EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
- EXECUTIVE CERTIFICATE
- EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA
- EXECUTIVE PROFESSIONAL
- EXECUTIVE EXPERT