1. Identify the characteristics of a project.
2. Identify the three basic phases of the project lifecycle and define the characteristics and outputs for each.
3. Define the characteristics of functional, matrix, and project organizational structure and identify which applies to your current organization.
4. Identify the discrete project management process groups and identify the elements unique and common to each process.
5. Identify and explain key concepts and applications of the project management knowledge area processes.
6. Identify the Integrated Safety Management Core Functions and use them as a project analysis tool.
7. Identify the Integrated Safety Management Guiding Principles and associated attributes.
8. Understand the processes and tools associated with project management.
9. Gain an appreciation of the challenges faced by the project manager.
10. Gain an understanding of some tools to help set priorities and evaluate worker alignment.
11. Evaluate ES&H metrics (leading and lagging indicators) to measure and monitor performance.
12. Evaluate Human Performance Improvement opportunities.
13. Demonstrate understanting the basics of effective communication, both written and verbal, in a project environment.
14. Understand the key objectives of developing and presenting ES&H training.
15. List project stakeholders.
16. Identify types of project assessments and associated processes, tools and value.
17. Identify roles, responsibilities, and techniques used in contract/subcontract management.
18. Identify techniques to manage project risk and change.
19. Demonstrate understanding of the basics, and challenges associated with managing scope, schedule and budget.