Practical Project Management

Presented by: 
The Berrant Group
Wednesday, October 24, 2012 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Point Grey
Student Union Building, 6138 Student Union Blvd., Party Room
Free seminar, Please RSVP

Program Summary 

Tackling today's project focused environment requires a straightforward, down to earth approach. In the Berrant Group’s most popular program participants will learn practical, effective tools, and proven processes that will ensure projects stay on track and deliverables are achieved.

You Will Learn 

Those attending this full day workshop will learn how to:
  • Establish effective communication lines from the start;
  • Develop concise intended outcomes and deliverables;
  • Build a Project Charter that is simple, yet effective in getting projects off to the right start;
  • Recognize and prevent common Project Management problems;
  • Use criteria to determine tasks and measure the project;
  • Identify and evaluate risks and contingencies;
  • Effectively determine resource requirements; and
  • Use a Work Breakdown Structure, Gantt Chart and Network Diagram to manage a project.

Presenter Bio

The Berrant Group is an international training and facilitation firm based in Vancouver. Since 1995 they have provided Management and Business Skills Training, Planning Facilitation and Consulting Services. Grant Penner and Ian Berry are the principle partners of The Berrant Group and each provide over twenty years of training, facilitation, consulting and operational experience. A balanced perspective, good sense of humour and the ability to zero in on your business needs form the essence of The Berrant Group.   Their approach balances strong, results-oriented objectives with a unique style that supports our strong belief that work must also be fun to be effective.   Their clients range from private to public sector, high tech to manufacturing, and small to large sized organizations. The Berrant Group have conducted group sessions throughout North America, Asia and Europe.

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