Project Management Course

A number of management courses have been developed in order to meet our client’s needs. We are a nationally accredited training institute and offer a broad range of courses. These can be conducted at the workplace or if preferred, at our training venues conveniently located throughout India.

  • Project Management
  • Health and Safety Environment Management
  • Quality Management
  • Risk Management

All participants who successfully complete PHSEQR Management courses will be issued a certificate.

Project Management Overview

Any type of work that individuals perform in the workplace can be organized as a project. Effective project management carefully plans and organizes an effort to reach a desired goal or result. Many organizations today, focus on a broader scope of project management, which includes company costs and quality. Organizations utilize the benefits of a project and therefore rely heavily on overall feasibility.

For many, implementing and over-seeing a project can be intimidating and is not something that can be developed naturally. This class will provide an overview of valuable concepts, processes and techniques associated with organizational project management. This specific course targets individuals that need to understand project management concepts, but are not looking for hands-on project management skills.

Project Management Basic’s

For individuals with existing expertise in project management who have had no formal training, ensuring current information pertaining to the basics is important. Organizations depend on critical disciplines when organizing projects to meet future goals. This includes important tools and techniques and how your role can diversely affect future management results.

This class provides a better foundation for experienced managers. It focuses on techniques and processes that are necessary for sound project management. This area benefits best practice principles and what it takes to be a part of a phenomenal project management team.

Therefore the course is a great refresher class for those who wish to recap the value associated with disciplined project management practices.

Managing Small Projects

Larger projects require complete structure and discipline, however smaller projects can have unique challenges as well. Non project management professionals, like accountants, teachers and administrators represent the vast majority of professionals in the workforce who must perform small work tasks regularly. These specific tasks or small projects need to be organized and managed efficiently with no less effort than that of a large project.

This class focuses on core processes and how to successfully deliver results no matter how small the project. The course teaches fundamental work management techniques, along with the necessary skills to non-project management professionals. Students will learn how to understand critical steps the small project requests. This includes how to organize the work, how to manage and how to execute.

Effectively Managing Multiple Projects

Undertaking multiple projects is indeed ambitious. The ability to effectively manage these projects can be challenging and demanding. Many professionals encounter conflict in trying to successfully balance resources when faced with several projects. Also crucial is the expectations of project sponsors, functional managers and stakeholders. Effectively prioritizing resources, schedules and budgets becomes critical for any project manager.

This course prepares professionals for success when given the task of overseeing multiple projects. It focuses on the insight needed to recognize integration points both related and sometimes unrelated to the projects. Professionals will be given the tools and resources to utilize in order to effectively manage multiple projects. These resources include techniques to balance workload, delegate, negotiate and manage stress in the environment.

Green Project Management Overview

“Think Green” is the direction most of the worlds organizations are aiming for. We are quickly and collectively realizing that the world’s resources like air and water do not hold unlimited quantities. Even the worlds ‘space’ is declining with the recent population numbers reaching a staggering 7 Billion. It is now a harsh reality that we can no longer utilize these resources the same way we did in our past.

To effectively apply “green” concepts to project management, we simply must properly manage projects more efficiently. In general, the sooner a project ends, the sooner the green benefits will be achieved. 

In today’s work society however, most of our projects focus in other directions. Because we rely heavily on technology, professionals manage projects that include installation of new software or upgrading networks. Is there really a way that these types of projects can become environmentally friendly?

The answer is yes. We can make these projects more environmental friendly by utilizing Green Project Management (GreenPM). Green project management focuses on specific impacts we have on the environment when working on a project. It models a ‘think green’ mentality throughout the project and helps us make decisions that take into account the environment. GreenPM is incredibly beneficial to any project management process.

Effective Communication on Projects

Any type of communication is vitally important in project management. Clear communication is by far one of the most important qualities a project manager can possess. Studies have shown that over half of the time spent in project management is in some form of communication. This can include clear status updates, phone calls, meetings and even emails. Without proper communication channels open, project managers risk not meeting the specific goals intended.

In order to achieve abundant success on any project at work, project managers must demonstrate proactive communication in almost every aspect of the project. Listening along with positive reinforcement is vital at any stage of the project. This class focuses on the fundamentals of project management and the various aspects of communication.

Project Risk Management

 When referring to risks associated with projects, we are addressing future conditions or unseen circumstances that may in fact exist. These potential risks may have adverse impact on the project and exits outside the control of the team or manager. In other words, this may be an issue or current problem, which must be dealt with.

A proficient Project Manager will in fact try to resolve issues immediately when they occur. He or she will be proactive in their attempt to resolve problems before they occur. Experienced project managers can see well ahead of time and make the necessary corrections. Therefore, Risk management involves a proactive process that is utilized in an attempt to eliminate potential problems before they occur. Project managers who are proactive increase the likelihood of success on any project.


Basics of HSE Management

In today’s high-performing oil & gas industry, health and safety awareness and knowledge is absolutely vital. It is well known that the industry deals with high pressures, high temperatures and in a volatile or explosive atmosphere. This includes continuous processing at high speeds and volumes in hostile locations. Any error made in this high-risk environment can result in costly and more serious, deadly consequences.

The oil & gas, including petrochemical industries require a basic awareness of health, safety and environmental management systems. This course focuses on anyone who influences HSE management within the organization. It is also ideal for those new to the industry with no HSE management experience.

This course was specifically developed for those who work in the oil & gas, as well as the petrochemicals industries. This includes the following:

  • Operations
  • Engineers
  • Supervisors
  • Project Managers
  • Aspiring HSE professionals

Contractor Safety Management

Any organization employing contractors for large or small work projects has a responsibility to ensure their safety. Even in regards to third party employment, it is important that those directly in charge of the project at hand learn to effectively manage all third party employees.

Why is it important?
When questioning the importance of ensuring safety for temporary contractors, who don’t actually work under the same benefits of the hiring company, it is important to remember risks, which can result in negative liabilities. Subsequently, we must also remember that it is also a moral obligation to ensure the safety of all those on location.

This course focuses on the basics of properly managing contractors at the workplace. This includes common techniques as well as procedures used to effectively manage. This course is suitable for the following:

  • Project Managers
  • Procurement and Supply Chain Managers
  • HSE Managers
  • HSE Auditors
  • Engineers
  • Supervisors

ISO 9001 Basics

The International Standard for Quality Management

What is ISO 9001?
ISO 9001 is an internationally recognized standard put in place for the quality management of businesses/organizations. It directly applies to the processes that create and control the products or services an organization or business supplies. It focuses on systematically controlling activities that ensures the needs and expectations of customers are met. ISO 9001 was designed to apply to any product or service made by specific processes anywhere in the world.

This certification helps organizations develop a quality management system focusing on customer or client needs. It effectively helps organizations continually improve operational processes. Therefore, this course will motivate staff by defining key roles or responsibilities and is suitable for managers at all levels.


ISO 14001 Basics

Environmental Management Standard (EMS)

What is ISO 14001?
ISO 14001 is the internationally recognized standard for the environmental management of businesses/organizations. It focuses on prescribing controls for those activities that have a direct effect on the environment. These standards include the use of natural resources, handling and treatment of waste and energy consumption.

First published in 1996, it specifies actual requirements for an environmental management system. The ISO 14001 standard is necessary for any organization that wishes to:

  • Work towards and maintain an environmental management system
  • assure all conformances within the organizations own environmental policy
  • Implement and demonstrate conformance
  • ensure all standards of compliance within environmental laws and regulations

This certification is suitable for managers at all levels within organization.


ISO 18001 Basics

OHSAS 18001 - Occupational Health and Safety

What is OHSAS 18001?
OHSAS 18001 is the latest certification specification for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. Although not a legislative requirement or guide to implementation, OHSAS 18001 is an audit/certification specification.

Overall, everyone has a duty when it comes to a safe and healthy workplace. Implementing this standard here by prevents injury, ill health and can reduce hazards while continually improving OH&S performance. Its benefits improve an existing OH&S management system, demonstrate diligence and ultimately gains assurance.

This course was designed to assist health and safety practitioners perform internal audits within OHSAS 18001 standards. Professionals learn the how to prepare and plan for an audit, how to issue non-conformities and implement effective corrective action.