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Advanced International Project Management

Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe's training centre (FTU) offers a training course on Advanced International Project Management in Brussels on 27 - 28 April 2009.

27 April 2009 - 28 April 2009
North Macedonia

International project and program management is a core skill in today’s fast moving research and business environment. The demanding and intense two-day workshop Advanced International Project Management combines all tools and techniques into realistic and participant’s oriented simulations. The emphasis is on project management in a changing world and on appropriate project structures. The methodological focus is on individual and group work, discussions, case studies and working on templates. Participants will be prepared to meet time, budget and performance objectives.

The following topics will be covered:
• Project management in a changing world
• Building a project team
• Project environment
• Planning & Getting started
• Project rules & structures
• Dynamics of accurate estimating
• Running a project on a day-to-day basis
• Monitoring and controlling the project
• Solving problems & emergency actions
• End of project

The course is designed for research managers, administrators, scientists and engineers in charge of projects in research institutions, universities, public organisations, and private industry companies.

Date: 27 – 28 April 2009

Course fee: 795 EUR

The fee includes tuition, documentation, morning coffees, sandwich lunches, afternoon teas, refreshment drinks.

Tutor: Dr. Susanne Rahner, Director YGGDRASIL, Berlin, Germany

Venue: Helmholtz Office, Brussels, Belgium.

For further information please contact Rudolf Woeste