Why should you attend?
The figure of the Project Manager is a real profession that requires specific culture and skills today described in two new related standards: UNI 11648: 2016 and ISO21500: 2012, which have the aim of providing precise support and references to guide the actors involved in the execution of the projects, starting from the figure of the Project Manager.
In fact, the skills of planning and project management, including the coordination of available resources, the intervention coordination actions, the achievement of the objectives in the expected times and costs, the quality of the performance, the risk control are elements now required by current legislation (such as the recent guidelines for the implementation of Legislative Decree 50/2016).
The course provides a complete picture of the obligations that the legislation requires, also providing internationally recognized common principles, and in coherence with other standards (ISO 10006: 2003, ISO 10007: 2003 (QMS) and ISO 31000: 2009 (Risk Management – Principles & guidelines) and Best Practice disseminated. The course concludes with a simulation of the certification exam (course exam). Those who intend to carry out the KHC Certification can take a separate exam the next day, according to the modalities provided by the Certification scheme on the www.khc.it site, after verification of KHC’s fulfillment of the requirements The course entitles you to a number of PDUs equal to the hours provided upon request for the purpose of maintaining KHC UNI 11648 certifications 2016 and PMI® certifications.
Who Should Attend?
The course is aimed at:
The course provides the necessary knowledge to pass the certification exam required by the CBs (Certification Bodies), in compliance with UNI 11648: 2016 and 11506: 2017 standards, guaranteeing to the market that whoever possesses them has the requirements specified in the UNI standards for carry out the activity of Project Manager.
The course explores the clauses of the ISO 21500: 2012 “Guidance on project management” standard, integrating them with the explanation of the project management processes, plus a series of exercises on the application of knowledge (skills) in the professional activity of Project Manager.
Development for projects: The project: purpose and characteristics; project and change. Critical areas: definition of objectives; context and description of the project; evaluation criteria; planning.
The two UNI Project Manager certifications guarantee that the candidate has: