Project Coordinators, Project Implementation Unit Members, Heads of Project Units, M& E Officers, MIS Officer, Finance and Administration Managers  Project Communication Officers, Project Accountants, Project Supervisory Authorities, Project Officers, Operation Officers, Program Officers, Project Managers, Project Finance Officers, Officers in Federal and State Operation Coordination and Implementation Units etc.


Even though projects nowadays involve a complex web of individuals and professionals pulling together resources and ideas to achieve commonly defined goals, there are nevertheless, increasing expectations on them to achieve these goals within organisational budgets and costs outlays, stakeholders needs and organisation vision and strategy, which essentially make effective management of projects very crucial to their overall success.

Indeed, sound project management skills play a pivotal role in goal accomplishment in any organisation. This is particularly true of development project teams, made up most times, of professionals from diverse backgrounds and from different departments and at times from different organisations.

Project management emerged because of the growing demand for complex, sophisticated, customized management of goods and services and the exponential expansion of human knowledge. As a set of principles, methods and techniques for effective planning of objective-oriented work, it provides an organisation with powerful tools that improve the organisation’s ability to plan, organize, implement and control its activities and the ways it uses its resources.

Members of the management are, in most cases, not privy to the selection of team members. However, they still bear the responsibility of mobilising and managing the team to achieve the project development objectives. Other project team members also do not have a say regarding the composition of the team. The enormity of this responsibility requires them to all work together to achieve the project objectives and also to be open to ideas and continuous learning in the art of leadership and team building.

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In addition, it is often now the case that many project team members are drawn from the civil service. They may have never being involved in the management of projects and as such may lack the requisite skills, knowledge and experience. This therefore highlights the need for project members’ competency building in project management strategies, tools and approaches. As such, from project initiation all the way through to project completion, this training workshop will focus on all the tools, structure, techniques, and insights necessary to ensure holistic total project management and overall project success.

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At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • identify the key elements of Project Management
  • adopt methods and strategies for capturing project requirements, specifying quality of the deliverables, estimating resources and timescales
  • design and effectively execute project development plans
  • use tools and strategies that will link disbursements of funds to tangible and measurable results
  • appropriately apply World Bank procurement rules, guidelines and specifications
  • apply tools and techniques of project management team building/interagency linkages
  • apply tools and techniques for developing and implementing a management plan for the project
  • ensure efficient project resource-use, its management and mobilization
  • use the logical framework methods in projects
  • use result-driven methods for leading and motivating the project delivery team
  • manage the risks, issues and changes on the project
  • ensure transparency and accountability in the management of project budget
  • maintain communications with stakeholders and the project organisation
  • use tools and techniques for monitoring and evaluating project progress against plan; and
  • effectively conduct project closure in a controlled fashion
  • Overview of Project Management
  • Tools & Techniques for Project & Micro-Project Identification in Development Project
  • Methods & Strategies for capturing project requirements, Quality Specification, Resource & Timescale Estimation
  • Strategies for Designing appropriate Project Development Plans
  • Projects Fiduciary Management: Financial And Procurement Management
  • Procurement Administration & Application of World Bank Procurement Rules, Guidelines and Specifications
  • Tools And Techniques of Project Management Team Building and Inter-Agency Linkages
  • Tools and Strategies for Linking Project Financing to DLIs
  • Efficient Project Resource-Use, Its Management and Mobilization;
  • Application of Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) in Project Management;
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects’ Performance
  • Assessment of Project Risks and Assurance of Quality Project Outcomes
  • Transparency and Accountability in Project Financial Management
  • Result-driven Methods for Leading and Motivating the Project Delivery Team, Project Communications & Team Building
  • Developing and Implementing Project Management Plans and Project Risk & Change Management
  • Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation of Project Activities
  • Project Sustainability & Closure

1st Run: 25th – 29th JUN, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 25th JUN – 6th JUL, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

2nd Run: 27th – 31st AUG, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 27th AUG – 7th SEPT, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

3rd Run: 15th – 19th OCT, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 15th – 26th OCT, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

4th Run: 8th – 12th NOV, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 8th – 19th NOV, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

5th Run: 17th – 21st DEC, 2018 (ONE WEEK)

| IBADAN (ONE WEEK) | 150,000 Naira Per Participant

| IBADAN (TWO WEEKS) | 300,000 Naira Per Participant

| OUTSIDE IBADAN (ONE WEEK) | 200,000 Naira Per Participant

| OUTSIDE IBADAN (TWO WEEKS) | 400,000 Naira Per Participant