Project Management NQF 5

Learning Unit 1: Setting-Up, Running and Closing a Project
Learning Unit 2: Project Organisational Structures
Learning Unit 3: Supervising and Monitoring a Project Team
Learning Unit 4: Identifying and Rectifying Problems
Learning Unit 5: Reporting Progress

Who should Attend ?

This skills programme is designed for the public sector and is aimed at:
• project managers, officers and administrators;
• project management team members; and
• functional and departmental managers.

What are the benefits ?

The benefits of this skills programme include:
• the ability to effectively manage projects - learn how to determine the true need and value for money and not just implement a superficial solution;
• the promotion of innovation in the workplace; reducing costs and increasing service levels;
• recognising when a project is going off the rails and how to systematically get it back on track; and
• more effective project teams.


Four day contact session combined with practical workplace experience.

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Aligned Unit Standards

UnitIDTitleNQF LevelCredits
10146Supervise a project team of a developmental project to deliver project objectives514
15237Build teams to meet set goals and objectives53
15216Create opportunities for innovation and lead projects to meet innovative ideas54
Scheduled Venues and Dates

Gauteng 25 Jan 21-28 Jan 21
01 Mar 21-04 Mar 21
21 Jun 21-24 Jun 21
10 Aug 21-13 Aug 21
06 Dec 21-09 Dec 21
17 Jan 22-20 Jan 22
07 Mar 22-10 Mar 22
09 May 22-12 May 22
Online 25 Jan 22-28 Jan 22
01 Mar 22-04 Mar 22
21 Jun 22-24 Jun 22
10 Aug 22-13 Aug 22
06 Dec 22-09 Dec 22
Entry Requirements

The credit calculation in the relevant unit standards is based on the assumption that learners are competent in:
•mathematics (NQF level 3);
• communication (NQF level 3);
• computer literacy and applicable software (NQF level 3).