Project Workshop

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Project Management for Professionals

An exclusive workshop for non-profit sector professionals.

4 Sessions October 8, 15, 22, 29

11:00am to 12:00pm – Remote Learning (Video Conference)

Register NOW! Group size is limited to 8.

Has your organization ever had trouble initiating or finishing a project?

Join us over four weeks as we explore the strategies and tactics that will give you success in your current and future projects. In these sessions, you will learn alongside other professionals from non-profit organizations. The workshop introduces you to the practice of project management and the benefits that it brings to your organization.

Inaugural Price

$127 per participant (for all 4 sessions)

Who is this workshop for? Any professional connected with a non-profit organization (paid or volunteer.)

Your Instructor – John van Dijk

John van Dijk is a Project Management Professional and a Certified Business Analysis Professional who has over 20 years of experience in various management and non-management roles within non-profit organizations. In addition to managing projects within organizations and across sectors, John is passionate about helping other people succeed in the projects they are responsible for. Learn more about John by visiting LinkedIn or the About page.

Workshop Content

Week 1 – Introduction to Project Management

  • Definition and purpose of projects
  • Different types of project execution
  • Key considerations for your project

Week 2 – Project Planning

  • Project charter
  • Project schedule, budget and scope definition
  • Stakeholder, Risk and Communication management

Week 3 – Project Execution

  • Monitoring and controlling project work
  • Change requests and evolving requirements
  • Quality assurance and closing the project

Week 4 – Other Considerations

  • Prioritizing Projects (How to select the right projects to engage in.)
  • Project rescue (For when your project is failing.)
  • Project abandonment (When to end a project before it is complete