Project Dpro (PMD Pro 1)
This workshop builds the real-world skills you need to effectively initiate, plan, execute and close out projects – specifically designed for the international development community. Our expert facilitators take you through identifying the unique challenges of international development and humanitarian sector projects, describe key principles of project management and provide you with practical tools to implement back at your organization. The course aligns with the Guide to the PMD Pro Version 2. It is designed to prepare learners to sit the Project Dpro exam globally recognized project management certification for development and humanitarian professionals.
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Apply project management knowledge in international development & humanitarian sectors projects such as health, humanitarian emergencies, livelihood, agriculture, education, vaccination, WASH or any other sectors.
- Utilize specialist skills in designing, planning, monitoring, evaluating & closing out projects.
- Improve risk management, adaptive planning, team communication and role clarity through the use of standardized approaches.
- Organize your work to make you and your organization more effective at managing projects.
- Stay in control of your project to deliver on time, on budget, and in scope.
- Close out your project in a sustainable way.
- Individuals who are new to project management. You will gain a solid foundation in internationally accepted project management concepts, terminology, and techniques.
- Seasoned practitioners who already have some experience. This is an opportunity to hone your skills through small group work and learn from peers working in other organizations who face similar challenges in their jobs.
- Team members who work in other functional areas of an NGO or public sector officials working on social projects, you will learn the best practices in project management and gain a clearer picture of your role within a project
About the Trainer
Terver Kuegh: Terver combines his knowledge of project management with excellent facilitation skills in both face-to-face and virtual formats. His work scaling project management learning and adoption got global recognition at the 2017 Learning Technology Awards in London. The same year, Terver was awarded the 2017 Alan Harpham award for his contribution to advancing international development project management standards.
He is a contributor to the Project Management for Development Professionals Guide currently used by many organizations around the world. He also contributed to FIELD – a ground-breaking, free capacity-building programme aimed at training a global pool of staff who can prepare for and take charge of in-country humanitarian responses. Similarly, Terver contributed to the development of the core essentials skills certificate program for Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation and the DUCAP project management methodology for the chattered institute of project managers of Nigeria, CPIMN.
Three (3) – Five (5) days
Format of delivery
Face to Face