Project management in education and training provides the reader with the skills to successfully implement any education and training project, such as school fundraising, Curriculum 2005 and Adult Basic Education and Training programmes, and staff assessment. The book contributes to sustainable and long-term skills development through a holistic, lifelong approach to learning.
The book is written in a practical style so that readers can apply the principles of project management easily within their own education, training or skills development environment. It is, therefore, an essential resource for education students, educators, policy makers and authorities in education, training and skills development arena.
Chapter 1: Introduction to project management in education and training
Chapter 2: Project life cycle
Chapter 3: Project management functions
Chapter 4: Project scope management
Chapter 5: Project time management
Chapter 6: Project cost management
Chapter 7: Project leadership (human resource management)
Chapter 8: Communication in projects
Chapter 9: Project quality management
Chapter 10: Project risk management
Chapter 11: Procurement and administration management in projects
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