Complexity in Project Environments
*A minimum of number of 12 participants applies.
This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to recognise when complexity is present in project environments and to select and apply approaches for navigating the identified complexity. Aims include the application of knowledge of the elements and types of complexity to identify, assess and treat complexity in projects and the skills to evaluate and implement alternative approaches and strategies for responding effectively.
Who is this unit for?
This course builds on the existing knowledge and experience of people in mid-to senior levels and with an understanding of project management methodology, philosophies, and frameworks such as PRINCE II, PMBOK, AGILE, LEAN Six Sigma, MSP, P3M3 etc. It is suitable for those people who would like an introduction to complexity in project management but have not yet decided if they want to commit to completing the ICCPM Nationally Accredited Certificate IV in Responding to Project Complexity. Those students who successfully complete this short course and would like to continue to complete the Certificate IV may also choose to do so by completing required assessment tasks and requesting a transfer.#
On successful completion of the 3 day course, participants will be able to:
- Face-to-Face course delivery with experienced facilitators;
- Participant workbooks;
- Certificate of attendance;
- Fully Catered.
Discounts are available for ICCPM Members. Please refer to our pricing page for more information.
ICCPM is committed to fair and transparent application of fees and charges as well as the processing of refunds where applicable. Carefully read our ICCPM refund policy for detailed information pertaining to course refunds.
*Please contact us if you wish to enrol in this course and registrations have closed. ICCPM may be able to accommodate your request to enrol subject to availability.
Students who decide to transfer into the Certificate IV will be required to pay the course difference.
This course is subject to a minimum viable number of registrations. ICCPM reserves the right to postpone or cancel this event if required numbers are not met.
Expression of Interest
A is available to express interest for any of our courses. We will contact you when the next course is ready to be announced.