logo

You are here

Warning message

Attention! This event has already passed.

Master Class: Project Management

Thursday, 10 December, 2015 - 10:00 to Thursday, 10 December, 2015 - 17:00
Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering campus
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Pleinlaan 5, 1050 Brussels
Meeting room 'Bruges' (level -1)
Brussels Diplomatic Academy
32 2 614 81 01
bda@vub.ac.be
www.brusselsdiplomaticacademy.eu
master class

Project Management (PM) is accepted as a tool that contributes to reaching the objectives of the organization.

Furthermore Project Management allows us to organize our daily work on a project management base.

AUDIENCE 
The master class is aimed at all who work on projects and those who want to change daily routine work by applying project management techniques.

ADDED VALUE 
Project management is in many cases linked to a change process that will support the objectives of the organization.  Understanding the stakeholders in a change process will contribute to the success of the Project Management. Focus on the soft skills as it is all about people management.

CONTENTS

  • Chapter  1: Projects and PM
  • Chapter  2: Define  Project
  • Chapter  3: Organize  Project
  • Chapter  4: Build Project Schedule
  • Chapter  5: Sheduling Tools
  • Chapter  6: Cost Management
  • Chapter  7: Communication Management
  • Chapter  8: Manage Issues
  • Chapter  9: Conflict Handling
  • Chapter 10: HR Management
  • Chapter 11: Risk Management
  • Chapter 12: Quality Management
  • Chapter 13: Procurement Management
  • Chapter 14: Project Office
  • Chapter 15: Project Closure

FACULTY   

Dr. Patrick Uyttendaele MBA, Ph.D at Free University Brussels-Belgium.

As a professor, Patrick Uyttendaele is teaching Multinational Corporate Investment and Project Management at the Free University of Brussels and is also lecturer at Brussels Institute of Contemporary China Studies. He is also teaching Research Methodology at ITTMA-UA.

Patrick has been with PLI, PwC, PwCC and IBM Business Consulting for 32 years and built up a substantial and global network of contacts in the port, maritime and logistics industry. Patrick developed major expertise, scientific and technical skills and information in the ports and maritime industry related to strategy, market, restructuring, privatization, project management and corporate finance. 

Patrick joined, on January 2007, as a Director, Maritime & Transport Business Solutions and as such offers his services worldwide as an expert in the field of financial feasibility studies and project advise with regard to investments in infrastructure and supra-structures, including financing structures, transactions, logistics aspects and macro-economic analysis.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This training will provide to participants: 

  •   Understanding of the PM framework
  •   Understanding of the PM standards
  •   Understanding of the PM knowledge areas
  •   Understanding of the PM processes
  •   Good practice fundamentals of PM
  •   Enthousiasm and drive

By the end of the master class, the participants should be able to: 

  • Define a project and the project life cycle
  • Explain PM and its importance
  • Explain the constraints that effect projects
  • Apply PM skills, tools and techniques to protect activities to meet the project requirement
  • Attain high standards for project excellence
  • Understand the role of the project manager and the team members role in a project

The working language of the course will be English. 

COURSE MATERIAL 

Before the start of the lecture, a syllabus compiled by the lecturer will be handed over to the participants.

CERTIFICATION
Participants to the course will receive a certificate of attendance from the Brussels Diplomatic Academy of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

TIMING AND LOCATION

Dates:  
10 December 2015, from 10.00 to 17.00.

Location:  
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Pleinlaan 5, Meeting room ‘Bruges’, level -1.
 
It is building number 5 on the campus plan that can be downloaded at http://www.vub.ac.be/english/infoabout/campuses/etterbeek.html.

A description on how to find the campus is available on http://www.vub.ac.be/english/infoabout/campuses/index.html#etterbeek.

Free parking facilities are available on the campus on the other side of the building. A bar code gives access to the campus via campus entries 6 or 13 (see the red arrows on the campus plan). The scanner for the bar code is situated under the intercom. 
A few days before the start of the event, participants will receive a bar code giving access to the parking.

METHOD OF PAYMENT AND CANCELLATION

Fees:
The course fee is 750 EUR.
VAT Settlement: exempted from VAT: Art 44 § 2, 4° of the VAT code.
The above prices include the registration fee and all material relating to the master class on ‘Project Management’, as well as the lunch, the coffee breaks and networking reception for the duration of the event. 
Hotel accommodation is not included in the registration fees. 
Flemish companies can make use of the “KMO-portefeuille”: www.beaweb.be (Admission number BDA for “Training”: DV.O211124).

Payment:
Attendees are requested to pay by bank transfer only, upon receipt of invoice.
Confirmation of registration and practical information will be sent only after receipt of payment.

REGISTRATION

You can no longer submit using form.