CMI Unit 311 Contributing to the Delivery of a Project
As organisations continuously improve, contributing to the delivery of a project is an essential part of being a team leader or supervisor.
About this course
This course will give you the knowledge, tools, and techniques to plan, deliver, monitor and review projects. You will also learn how to engage stakeholders and gain buy-in from key people from the start. Then apply techniques to manage and monitor costs, resources and risks as you implement your project to ensure you finish on time and on budget and achieve your project aims.
This course is suitable for anyone needing to manage small projects at work and those contributing to the delivery of larger projects.
- Understand the role and purpose of projects in an organisation
- Understand how projects are developed
- Know how to deliver a project
- Know how to monitor progress to ensure successful project delivery
1.1 Identify the differences between projects and everyday activities
1.2 Explain the reasons organisations use projects
1.3 Discuss types of projects in an organisation
2.1 Explain stages of the project lifecycle
2.2 Explain the information required in the development of a project
2.3 Identify the reasons for engaging stakeholders in project development
2.4 Produce a project plan
3.1 Identify roles involved in the delivery of a project
3.2 Discuss factors affecting the allocation of project activities to individuals
3.3 Compare methods for communicating project activities to individuals
3.4 Outline how to manage risks to the successful delivery of a project
4.1 Outline how to monitor progress against a project plan
4.2 Discuss tools that can be used for monitoring progress of a project
4.3 Determine how to take corrective actions to ensure successful project delivery
4.4 Assess how completed projects can be evaluated