PMA1. Strategic Project Portfolio & Program Management

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PMA1. Strategic Project Portfolio & Program Management

Course Description

 This workshop helps participants focus on managing their project with a view on its place in the whole organisation.

 It introduces the differences among project, programs, and portfolio management and project management office (PMO).

 In the workshop, participants will learn the importance of prioritizing projects in a organisations and how grouping them as programs can significantly improve the benefits realized by the organisation.

 The course focuses on understanding the role of the program manager and the basic building blocks of leading a program.

 The material is completely compliant with Project Management Institute’s Standard for Program Management, 2nd Edition.

Workshop Objectives

In this course participants will learn to:

 Identify the benefits for project management, program management, the PMO and portfolio management

 Determine how project are strategically link to an organisation’s goal  Establish a prioritisation process

 Group related projects as programs  Rank programs based on strategic needs  Allocate and apply resources

 Improve the prioritisation process

Key Info

Session schedule - Please call 1300 733 618 for schedule enquires  Duration – 2 days


 Location – 207 Church Street, Parramatta NSW 2150  Cost $770 inclusive of GST (Lunch Included)  Available payment options are

 PayPal (send payment to )  Bank Deposit :


- BSB No : 112-879 - Account No : 486 774 890 - Bank : St George  To schedule an in-house training, send an email to

 To enroll please submit attached registration form

Course Content

Module 1: A Framework for Strategic Management  Strategic Project Portfolio Management Framework

 Think Strategically  Understand the Business  Define the Link

 Test and Realign

Module 2: Project Prioritisation  Project Prioritisation

 Define the Objectives  Identify All Projects

 Link Projects to Organisation Objectives  Rank Projects

 Evaluate Constraints  Review and Revise

Module 3: Program Management  Program Management Framework


 Program Strategy Alignment  Program Benefits Management  Program Stakeholder Engagement  Program Governance

 The Program Management Office

 Program Management Supporting Process

Module 4: Portfolio Management  Portfolio Management

 Gather Information  Assess Resources  Select Projects  Review and Revise

Module 5: Improving Prioritisation Process  Project Management Maturity

 Steps to Improve Prioritisation  Assess the Organisation  Develop a Plan

 Implement the Plan

Who Should Attend?

 Portfolio Managers  Program Managers  Project Managers  PMO Managers  Account Executives


What You Will Get?

 Each participant will get a detailed Participant Guide that has references to Project Management Institute’s Standard for Program Management, 2nd Edition.

 The Participant Guide illustrates tools and techniques required to manage portfolio and programs.

Participants are eligible to earn 14 PDUs for their participation in this workshop.

Fourteen (14) project management education hours against PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements program.



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PMES1 Achieve PMP® Exam Success LE1 Problem Solving and Decision Making

PMES2 Achieve CAPM® Exam Success LE2 Presentation Effectiveness

PMF1 Project Management Basics LE3 The Executive’s Role in Project Success

PMF2 Effective Project Management LE4 The Executive’s Role in Project Risk Management

PMF3 Monitoring and Controlling Projects LE5 Executive Overview of Earned Value

PMF4 Leading and Influencing Projects MC1 Communication Effectiveness

PMF5 Agile Project Management MC2 Meeting Effectiveness

PMA1 Strategic Project Portfolio and Program Management

MC3 Running Effective Team Meetings


Creating a Project Management Office MC4 Strategic Thinking and Planning

PMA3 Project Risk Management MC5 Establishing Team Goals, Objectives & Values

PMA4 Earned Value Concepts & Techniques MC6 The Art of Negotiating and Influencing

PMA5 Managing Project Procurement MC7 Managing Conflict and Difficult Conversations

PMA6 Managing Stakeholder Expectations

PMA7 Managing Business Process Improvement Projects


1. Refer to course “Key Information” section on the website for session dates or call 1300 733 618 2. If you are attending more than one course please submit separate registration forms for each course


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 The workshop / course shall be as outlined and shall include: (a) lunch each day (b) a participant guide, and (c) a Certificate of Attendance / Certificate of Completion indicating the total number of hours of training to enable delegates to claim PDUs through PMI (Project Management Institute).

 Registrations can be made by calling 1300 733 618, however, a place cannot be guaranteed unless a completed registration form and a payment in full is received at least 7 days prior to the commencement of the training. Each session has limited seats and are only allocated on a first to pay basis.

 The course fee must be paid at least 7 days prior to the commencement of the course. A tax invoice for the payment shall be sent to the delegate upon receipt of a completed registration form.

 Registration confirmation will be emailed to the participant’s nominated email address upon receipt of payment in full. If email confirmation has not been received by the delegate within 5 days of full payment, please immediately contact PROPRAC Consultants on 1300 733 618 or by emailing (attached copy of your payment receipt).

 Delegates must bring a copy of confirmation of registration email and a photo ID to the session. Delegates without these documents may be refused admission to the session.

 All cancellations must be advised in writing by the participant. Cancellations received 10 working days prior to commencement of the course will incur a fee of 30% of total course fee. Cancellations received less than 7 days prior to commencement date are not refundable.

 PROPRAC Consultants endeavours to use only high quality venues to conduct its trainings. Published venues may change and are subject to confirmation upon registration.



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