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Advanced Project Management

Complex projects and a wider range of project management-related challenges can be managed with the assistance of advanced project management. In order to plan, implement, and manage more complex projects, it is necessary to apply a variety of project management theories, concepts, and tools as well as modern software.

The term "organisational project management" refers to a framework made up of initiatives such as projects and programmes that are used to implement organisational strategy and enhance output. It combines people, processes, and knowledge, and it is supported by tools and techniques

The highest and most widely recognised certification for one's project management knowledge, skill, experience, and capability to successfully manage complex projects, including international projects, is the Project Management Professional (PMP) designation.

You will have all the necessary information, experience, and training after taking this Advanced Project Management Certification course by OSHAS to take and pass the Project Management Professional exam. Additionally, the comprehension and knowledge you gain from taking this course will improve your ability to manage a project despite time, financial, and other constraints. By doing so, you'll be able to show your organisation that you have the skills necessary to take on more challenging tasks, which will advance your career.

The course will cover the following topics important to understanding advanced project management:

Module 1 – Components of an Organisational Project Management Framework

  • Strategy
  • Portfolio
  • Programs and projects
  • Operations
  • Business impact analysis
  • Value performance analysis

Module 2 – Factors Influencing Project Management

  • Strategy communication
  • Goals
  • Leadership
  • Business processes
  • Human capabilities
  • Culture and performance systems
  • Business and information systems
  • Team structure

Module 3 – Critical Steps in Project Management

  • Initiation
  • Planning
  • Execution
  • Monitoring and control
  • Closure

Module 4 – Step 1 – Project Management – Initiation

  • Existing plan review
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Key deliverable identification
  • Project charter preparation
  • Benefit analysis for strategic alignment

Module 5 – Step 2 – Project Management – Planning

  • Requirement analysis
  • Risk assessment
  • Management plan development
    • Scope
    • Cost
    • Communications
    • Procurement
    • Quality
    • Change
    • Risk
    • Stakeholder
    • Human resource
  • Project schedule development

Module 6 – Step 3 – Project Management – Execution

  • Project resource acquisition and management
  • Task execution management
  • Quality management implementation
  • Corrective action implementation
  • Change and risk management
  • Information flow management
  • Stakeholder relationship

Module 7 – Step 4 – Project Management – Monitoring and Control

  • Project performance measurement
  • Project change management
  • Project delivery quality management
  • Risk assessment and monitoring
  • Issue log review and correction action definition
  • Learning capture and analysis
  • Procurement activity monitoring

Module 8 – Step 5 – Project Management – Closure

  • Deliverable acceptance achievement
  • Ownership transfer
  • Financial, legal and administrative closure
  • Comprehensive project review
  • Project document and material archiving
  • Feedback collection

Module 9 – Differential Aspects Between Project and Program Management

  • Tactical vs. strategic
  • Objective alignment
  • Responsibility scope
  • Horizontal vs. vertical responsibility
  • Work effort
  • Risk management
  • Life cycle involvement
  • Process orientation
  • Skills and capabilities


  • Senior members of organisations who need to understand the importance of seamless project planning and management
  • Project managers and executives responsible for planning and managing various projects for an organisation
  • Project management officers responsible for defining standards and guidelines around project management practices within an organisation
  • Finance and human resource department professionals who are important contributors to the success of a project by evaluating the need for and providing adequate resources
  • Project sponsors, if any, who need to know all important aspects of project management to be able to make accurate decisions
  • Any other professional who would be interested in understanding more about project management

Professionals attending this Advanced Project Management Certification course will benefit in the following manner:

  • Complete knowledge, experience and skill to manage complex projects, including international ones
  • Increased confidence and skill to impart project management training to other employees
  • Enhanced perspective to define and align strategic project management plans with organisational objectives
  • Increased skill, confidence and capability to apply new concepts and use advanced tools, techniques and software for successful and seamless management of complex projects
  • Greater perspective and foresight to conduct risks analyses, identify potential challenges and address these before they impact the project outcome
  • Better preparedness, experience, knowledge and confidence to undertake and successfully complete the (project management Professional)PMP certification examination
  • Greater ability and experience to manage projects within the defined costs and time
  • Increased understanding and knowledge to define objective metrics and indices to measure and track a project and its success (return on investment), in turn demonstrating potential to assume higher roles and responsibilities in one’s organisation, fostering career growth and progression
  • Better analytical and planning skills to undertake project management roles in any organisation or industry, increasing scope and avenues for career growth and progression
  • Increased understanding of performance measurement, budget and quality management, transition planning, etc.

Trainers can take the course test after studying the course material and passing the module quizzes. The purpose of the course exam is to gauge how well the students have understood the topic. Multiple-choice questions drawn from our sizable question library make up course exams.


  • Time allowed is 2 hours and exam will be open book.
  • To pass the test, you must receive a minimum score of 65%.
  • You can repeat the exam if you don't pass the first time.
  • Exams can only be taken three (3) times in a 48-hour period by students.
  • Students must wait 48 hours before taking the test again after their third try. Students should reread the course material to increase their understanding during this period.
  • You cannot repeat the test to get a better score if you pass.
  • There isn't a thorough programme exam available right now. Students must succeed on all of their course exams in order to finish the programme.