Course List - PROJECT MANAGEMENT

SEMESTER 1

410-PM1-TV PRINCIPLES, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course description:

This course will allow the student to examine the tasks, skills, and behaviors specific to the work functions of a project management technician as well as the skills required for interaction with other people.

At the end of the course, the student will be able to analyze requests or information needs in a context of management and client approach, to determine the nature and extent of the information appropriate to the request or, when necessary, demonstrate empathy and openness in communications with clients and effectively use conventional and computer-based methods and tools to research and extract relevant information.

410-PM2-TV METHODS AND TOOLS IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course description:

This course will allow the student to accurately identify all management functions, from planning to evaluation, in a business or organizational management context: situation analysis, statement of relevant elements, formulation of objectives, choice of means to achieve the objectives, appropriate means of communication to guide people towards the achievement of objectives, and verifying the effectiveness of the methods and tools developed.

410-PM3-TV USE OF OPERATING AND APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE

Course description:

This course will allow students to demonstrate, in situations representative of the exercise of project management, their ability to effectively use software and computer applications common in the practice of the profession. At the end of the course, students will therefore be able to demonstrate their ability to manage a computerized workstation, produce various management documents using appropriate software, automate certain tasks related to project management, and use the possibilities of network data management.

410-PM4-TV COMMUNICATION IN A CLIENT-BASED APPROACH

Course description:

This course will allow students, in project management situations related to specific business contexts, to know and apply the appropriate communication techniques with respect for people working both externally and internally. Students will be able to work effectively in a team and bring relevant solutions to the problems encountered, to negotiate with clients or internal colleagues by adopting attitudes and approach conducive to problem-solving and development. ‘achievement of the company’s objectives.

410-PM5-TV MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL TOOLS

Course description:

This course will allow students to know and judiciously use the mathematical and statistical tools required by data processing, by the appropriate calculations to be performed, by the efficient use of software functions, tables, and calculators to validate the accuracy of the results and to be able to present a fair and enlightening interpretation to clients or colleagues.

410-PM6-TV PLANNING TECHNIQUES AND AGILITY IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course description:

This course will allow students to acquire knowledge relating to the different stages or functions of project management and to begin to demonstrate their aptitudes to implement them in approaches adapted to different types of project management projects. In project management information technology, the use of the agile approach will be known and applied in a summary way with its characteristics in terms of planning, execution, monitoring, and control of projects, which the 410-PMB-TV course will allow you to deepen in the 2nd session.

410-PM7-TV COMMUNICATION IN FRENCH IN A BUSINESS CONTEXT

Course description:

At the end of this course, students will be able to communicate in French with service providers, clients, or colleagues by adapting their level of language to the person, using the appropriate business terminology for the sake of quality oral expression. They will be able to write documents in French with coherent, clear, precise texts. They will also be able to interpret fairly the content of business documents drafted in French.

SEMESTER 2

410-PMA-TV FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND ACCOUNTING TOOLS

Course description:

This course will allow students to acquire the first level of knowledge in terms of financial management of a project by being able to make budget forecasts, monitor and control budgets in carrying out projects, measure the performance of activities, and propose, if necessary, actions aimed at maintaining or improving the situation. Also, in terms of cost analysis, students will be able to collect and analyze information relating to cost elements, calculate and interpret costs and variances and present them in a report.

410-PMB-TV AGILE APPROACH IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)

Course description:

This course will allow students to know and apply the techniques related to integrated quality management by deepening the Agile approach used in the management of projects related to information technology. They will be able to apply the basic techniques of Agile project management, to be able to specify their characteristics compared to traditional methods, to specify the added value that they can bring to a team of project management by ensuring its quality and customer satisfaction while reducing the risks associated with the completion of the project.

410-PMC-TV COMMUNICATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Course description:

In this course, students will be placed in a situation of managing a team to set up, train, and lead in the context of carrying out the various stages of project management. The quality of communication is the basis of a good team and the ability of teams to organize themselves is the key to the success of good project management. Establishing a flexible and dynamic team will enable it to make good decisions, to resolve problems adequately and autonomously, and will allow team members to face the obstacles that are sure to arise. At the end of this course, students will be able to recognize the importance of these elements which they can then put into practice.

410-PMD-TV EXECUTION, MONITORING AND CONTROL IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course description:

A good project manager must know and be able to put into practice all the functions of managing a business or organization, thus planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and evaluating. This course will allow students to fully understand these functions and the strategic place each of them occupies to guarantee the success of a project while recognizing the importance of human aspects and culture. organizational in accomplishing this whole process. At the end of this course, students will have acquired the knowledge and skills required to put these functions into practice in the realization of a project.

410-PME-TV DEALING WITH CUSTOMERS AND SUPPLIERS IN FRENCH

Course description:

This second course in French as a second language will allow students to deepen their mastery of the language in a communication context representing the different situations representative of those encountered in the profession of project manager. Thus at the end of the course, he will be able to clearly identify the needs of clients through clear and relevant questions, to transmit clear and concise explanations to the client, to be able to fully understand the possible objections of a client, and to present clear and coherent arguments to demonstrate their points of view, to negotiate with suppliers and to present reports both orally and in writing.

410-PMF-TV BUSINESS START UP PROJECT

Course description:

This course will allow students, as part of teamwork, to develop their entrepreneurial spirit by designing a business project. The concepts and requirements relating to the envisaged means of carrying out the business project will thus be integrated, the elements relating to the rigorous verifications required by the preliminary studies and the development of the business plan, including coherent strategic plans, provisional financial statements. precise and credible as well as details on the start-up procedures with or without partners, on the donors, the legal form of the company, etc. The whole exercise will lead to a written and verbal presentation of the business plan with well-supported arguments to defend the project.

410-PMG-TV INTEGRATION OF LEARNING IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Course description:

This 90-hour course will place students in a situation of analyzes or case studies that will allow them to meet the challenges faced by project managers, the approaches, or the conditions that have led to great successes like those that have resulted in failures. Thus, students will integrate, consolidate and complete all the skills acquired in project management throughout their training.

SEMESTER 3

410-PMH-TV WORKPLACE INTERNSHIP

Course description:

In this final course, students will have the opportunity to complete an internship of 225 hours over 8 weeks in a participating company. They will be able to apply the skills acquired during the entire program in addition to interacting in project management with real players in the business world by dealing and negotiating with customers and suppliers.

At the end of this internship, students will have been able to explore the labor market in the field of project management, fully integrate the importance of the quality of the services provided while highlighting their skills and qualities. and his personal accomplishments. They will have a better understanding of the requirements of companies in recruiting project managers, will have established personal contacts with company representatives, and will thus be able to better identify effective means to meet the expectations of customers or of a potential employer.

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