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Description

This training in its current form has not involved people with lived experience in its development and delivery.

Attendees must register and attend both sessions.
While project management skills are obviously important for project managers, interestingly the methods and tools that project managers use can be helpful for everyone as everyone undertakes projects!
Any task that requires some preparation to achieve a successful outcome will probably be done better by using a few project management methods somewhere in the process. Project management methods can help in the planning and managing of all sorts of tasks, especially complex activities.
Learning Outcomes:
• Clarify the role of the project manager and the project team
• Identify the key stages of a project life cycle
• Develop an effective project brief
• Plan and schedule key tasks
• Influence key stakeholders and develop a communication plan
• Identify techniques and tools for planning and tracking your project
• Evaluate and respond to project risks

Topics:
• What is project management?
• Skills and attributes of an effective project manager
• What contributes to successful projects?
• Understanding the project life cycle
• Developing an effective project brief
• Planning and scheduling a project
• Designing a work breakdown structure
• Undertaking a risk assessment
• Creating a stakeholder communication plan

Trainers

  • Christina Katopis — Learn 4 Results

Eligibility criteria

These are free events designed for members of the public clinical mental health workforce in Victoria, (staff employed at Area Mental Health Services, Forensicare or mental health staff from RCH) and lived experience workforces (LEW) working in either public clinical or community mental health state-funded roles. Other workforce in partner organisations, such as AOD organisations or ACCHOs, may sometimes be eligible.

Categories: Educator and trainer resources, Capability 13 - Enabling reflective and supportive ways of working
Disciplines: Allied Health, Lived Experience Workforce, Medical, Nursing
Levels: Introductory
Lifespans: Adult

Tuesday 9 April 2024
09:30 to 12:30
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Wednesday 10 April 2024
09:30 to 12:30
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