(Evening Class) Project Management Workshop

Course Glimpse

The Workshop is divided into eight units. Each unit focuses on one area of project management, and includes lectures, discussion and in-class activities. Participants apply the tools and methods learned in the workshop to in-class case studies.

  • Overview and Starting A Project

Stakeholder Management– Project Management is possibly the most underrated yet critical position an individual can hold in an organization. One of the more critical aspects of being a project manager is stakeholder management, by managing your stakeholders well enough, you will be able to smoothen out your business to no end. Risk gets mitigated, tolerance for errors and risks from the stakeholders. All in all, good stakeholder management is always beneficial to your business, it can generate testimonials, drive-in more revenue through newer customers and is a key component in running a successful project and a successful business.


  • Scope Management

Control and Validate Scope- Scope management is the act of gaining enough information to start a project; maintain and control quality, and at the end deliver a finished and high quality product/service to the client. This course will shed light on the intricacies of scope management as a whole. A basic insight into what scope management entails;

  • Scope Validation: Usually done at the end of the project to evaluate if all criteria are satisfied
  • Scope Control: Usually conducted throughout the duration of the project to maintain quality.


  • Schedule Management- Simply put, if you’re a project manager you obviously have to adhere to a schedule and conform to the deadline set in front of you. This course will elaborate more on how to properly plan a timeline, list out project milestones and manage time and employees efficiently enough to stick to a schedule!


  • Risk Management- Project risk management involves identifying, analyzing and then coming up with solutions to fix a problem or a potential one. Risk Management is an important aspect of project management since it signals the potential hiccups the manager could experience when trying to execute a project to the best of his/her abilities. This course will elaborate more on how to identify upcoming risk, prepare for it proactively and make sure said risk does not affect the delivery and timeline of the project.


  • Cost Management- As a project manager you have two primary duties; deliver the project on time and keep it within budget. Cost Management for this training course teaches attendees how to keep a project within a budget; estimating cost, determining budget and of course controlling cost.


  • Human Resources and Communications Management- Finding and hiring the right people is often cited as the number one concern of businesses today. It seems we are all competing for the best and brightest workers. As you will see in our time together in the second course, a critical component of the People Manager Value Proposition is to hire talented people who enable the organization to achieve its strategic goals. This part of the course is an introduction into the topic of recruitment, selection and onboarding.


  • Quality Management- Is the process which ensures that the quality of goods/services an organization offers remains consistent, of course, we wouldn’t need to highlight how good quality management can transform a business single-handedly. What this course teaches is how to ensure that relevant quality control management processes are used which benefit your business entirely without being too heavy on your pockets.


  • Integrated Change Management and Closing Project- Change Management is the process of transitioning and organization in the least damaging way possible, the transformation of cultures, processes and procedures are all included in Change Management. The purpose of ‘integrated change management’ is to hit the target set by integrating organizational and individual change combined with the integration of project and change management. This course elaborates and equips participants with apt knowledge on this subject!

The programme will run for 4 consecutive weeks with 2 sessions running per week on. Each of the 8 evening sessions will run from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm

A shorter 2 or 3 day tailored version of this core programme is available for delivery in any location. Contact inquiry@bsm.ac.th for details.

Target/Suitable attendees for these workshops are those who are in aspiring leadership positions who wish to deliver positive impact from the role and/or line managers wishing to increase their understanding and capability in Management’s best practices. Class sizes are preferred at 6 to 24 attendees but this can be amended to accommodate organisation and individual needs.

  1. Overview and Starting a project
  2. Meaning of project, and history of project management.
  3. Business case
  4. Project Charter
  5. Stakeholder Management
  6. Scope Management (Project and Product)
  7. Defining scope: collect requirements and create a Scope Statement
  8. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) & Dictionary
  9. Control and validate scope
  10. Schedule Management
  11. Define and sequence activities
  12. Estimate activity resources and duration
  13. Develop schedule
  14. Monitor and Control schedule
  15. Risk Management
  16. Identify risks
  17. Perform qualitative and quantitative risk analysis
  18. Plan risk responses
  19. Control risks
  20. Cost Management
  21. Estimate costs
  22. Determine budget
  23. Control Costs
  24. Human Resources and Communications Management
  25. Acquire & Develop Team
  26. Plan and manage communications
  27. Manage Team
  28. Quality Management
  29. Cost of Quality and basic quality tools
  30. Quality Assurance techniques
  31. Control quality
  32. Integrated Change Management and Closing Project
  33. Change Board and change requests
  34. Project Management Office
  35. Closing Phases

6-24 Participants per Group

For Programme Enrollment & Registration Please Contact:

Dr. Edward Roy Krishnan
Managing Director
edward@bsm.ac.th, inquiry@bsm.ac.th

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Upon successful completion of our short-term 2-Day, 3-Day, 5-Day, 10-Day or 15-Day programmes, with at least 80% attendance at the scheduled training sessions, participants would earn the Bangkok School of Management certification which would be accredited by ASIC, a recognised U.K. government accreditation body for International Schools, Colleges and Universities.

ASIC is recognised by UKVI in UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in USA and is listed in their International Directory, is a member of the BQF (British Quality Foundation), are affiliates of ENQA (European Network for Quality Assurance) and are institutional members of EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network).