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Training Course on Technical Project Management Certification

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Course Description

What is the Meaning of a Technical Task in Project Management? A technical project comprises hardware aspects, engineering components, or information management needs.

What Knowledge Should a Technical Leader Have? A technical project manager should understand the normal project control skills, including planning, communication, leadership, time management, and decision-making.

Attending the Training Course on Technical Project Management Certification will give general instructions for controlling all types of projects, complex or small, giving the participants a good foundation of project control from the very beginning to the reasonable conclusion of the project. This Phoenix Center for Policy, Research and Training program explores how projects vary in the operational aspect but have a solid necessity while transforming the functional world. The participants will study the best activity models for managing the projects applicable to utilize the projects by the lifecycle from the beginning: implementation, evaluation, and management to the finish of the task.

Interacting with the task lifecycle is known as the hard skills of any task control, including schedule control, scope management, resource control, price management, and the soft abilities needed to ensure success of a project, such as a stakeholder control, team leadership, communication in a project, and conflict control. A project is a crucial company competency in this program which focuses on how the project leader’s responsibility collaborates with the other vital expertise, including the project control office, project group, and the individuals with the role of managing a project in any organization.

It is well known that a project control field is essential for any organization’s success, mostly during operational disruptions and uncertainty. As the projects grow more challenging and the companies shift to the control of tasks, there is a rise in the demand for competition among project leaders. Surprisingly, most projects end badly, and most people ask themselves what they did wrong in the project control. The answer to this question has little to do with the degree or size complexity of the project but more with good project organization and management. The reason why most projects fail can be traced to poor task planning, definition, and management.

Among the three most wished project control abilities, technical understanding is the crucial aspect most managers want in their employees. While management is essential, project success needs making excellent informed choices and task control. This course will empower professionals who wish to make strategic decisions in their businesses, organizations, and companies to understand project control, make sound decisions, and measure performances based on accurate metrics.

Course Objectives

Upon the successful completion of this Training Course on Technical Project Management Certification, participants will be able to:

  • Understand how to control and monitor the delivery of the task schedule.
  • Understand how to create project plans that are quality focused on communicating the basic decision-makers.
  • Understand the variation between usual business and projects.
  • Understand how to maintain good communication with the stakeholders in any project.
  • Apply the studied skills and knowledge to lead and create a good project group.

Training Methodology

This Training Course on Technical Project Management Certification will involve several teaching techniques with professional tutors that will give a good presentation and analysis of the critical concepts of the unit. In addition, there will be several learning activities such as question and answer sessions, tutor presentations, analytical practice models, demonstrations, team exercises, and illustrations using current market and company data sources and case studies. While there will be an explanation and justification of the theoretical background of project control, the focus will be on implementing the actual world concepts by giving a practical toolkit of the methods in project management. At the end of the program, there will be a final evaluation of the attendee’s knowledge and skills.

The primary part of this training program at Phoenix Center for Policy, Research and Training is the full practical training to employ all the principles and methods gained in this program. In addition, this program will ensure that the design thinking techniques models can be used immediately at the end of the training program.  The training course will teach the participants how to have greater influence and plan their own career development. They will also get an opportunity to cross-pollinate their ideas with other Project Managers across the industry as well. Our facilitators are seasoned industry experts with years of experience, working as professionals and trainers in these fields. All facilitation and course materials will be offered in English.

Who Should Attend?

This Training Course on Technical Project Management Certification is suitable for, but not limited to PMO staff, Project Sponsors, Members of the project team, New and Current Project Leaders


Module 1: Introduction to Project Management

  • The delivery system of projects
  • Projects in contemporary companies
  • Power, leadership, and influence
  • The context and nature of project control
  • The project management cycle

Module 2:  Estimating Projects

  • Threat terminology
  • Creating a task breakdown plan
  • Price Fundamentals
  • Primary methods for controlling threats.
  • Goal and subjective threat evaluation
  • Price estimation: Detailed and approximate estimates
  • Direct and indirect prices

Module 3: Planning Projects

  • Basics of project organization
  • Methods of network evaluation
  • Allocation of resources
  • Vital path scheduling
  • Compressing plans
  • Control and monitoring with networks

Module 4: Controlling Projects

  • The idea of variance
  • Meaning of the control system
  • Time price trade-off
  • Analysis of cash flow
  • Earned cost control.

Module 5: Project Broadcasting and the Extended Topics

  • Bid and interest unbalancing.
  • Economic assessment of tasks
  • Incorporation of planning, estimating, and management
  • Lean task control: Idea and applications

Module 6: Understanding the Project Management World

  • Meaning of a project
  • Choosing the project to attain the business objectives.
  • Good project control
  • Project information, data, knowledge control
  • Project selection choices uncertainties
  • Choosing the best projects to meet the company’s objectives.

Module 7: Project Monitoring Resourcing and Management

  • Expanding a project
  • Allocation of resources
  • Performance aspect and the management methods
  • Structuring of the assessment cycle
  • Structuring of the shift management system

Module 8: The Project Leader’s Responsibilities and Roles

  • Controlling with confidence
  • Choosing the project leader
  • Project group leadership
  • Battle control
  • Talking with the project team

Requirements: Participants should be reasonably proficient in English. Applicants must live up to Phoenix Center for Policy, Research and Training admission criteria.


  1. Discounts: Organizations sponsoring Four Participants will have the 5th attend Free
  2. What is catered for by the Course Fees: Fees cater for all requirements for the training – Learning materials, Lunches, Teas, Snacks and Certification. All participants will additionally cater for their travel and accommodation expenses, visa application, insurance, and other personal expenses.
  3. Certificate Awarded: Participants are awarded Certificates of Participation at the end of the training.
  4. The program content shown here is for guidance purposes only. Our continuous course improvement process may lead to changes in topics and course structure.
  5. Approval of Course: Our Programs are NITA Participating organizations can therefore claim reimbursement on fees paid in accordance with NITA Rules.

How to Book

Simply send an email to the Training Officer on and we will send you a registration form. We advise you to book early to avoid missing a seat for this training.

Or call us on +254720272325 / +254737566961

Payment Options: We provide 3 payment options, choose one for your convenience, and kindly make payments at least 5 days before the Training start date to reserve your seat:

  1. Groups of 5 People and Above – Cheque Payments to: Phoenix Center for Policy, Research and Training Limited should be paid in advance, 5 days to the training.
  2. Invoice: We can send a bill directly to you or your company.
  3. Deposit directly into Bank Account (Account details provided upon request)

Cancellation Policy

  1. Payment for all courses includes a registration fee, which is non-refundable, and equals 15% of the total sum of the course fee.
  2. Participants may cancel attendance 14 days or more prior to the training commencement date.
  3. No refunds will be made 14 days or less before the training commencement date. However, participants who are unable to attend may opt to attend a similar training course at a later date or send a substitute participant provided the participation criteria have been met.

Tailor Made Courses

This training course can also be customized for your institution upon request for a minimum of 5 participants. You can have it conducted at our Training Centre or at a convenient location.

For further inquiries, please contact us on Tel: +254720272325 / +254737566961 or Email

Accommodation: Accommodation is arranged upon request and at extra cost. For reservations contact the Training Officer on Email: or on Tel: +254720272325 / +254737566961

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Start To Learn

5 Days


Course Duration

5 Days

Course Price

USD 990

Training Calendar

2024 Training Calendar

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