We’ve been training in Project Management for over 17 years now.
In 2009, we began with our Intensive Workshop in Project Management in South Africa and Namibia, later adding further modules to create the Practical Certification Programme in Project Management.
We also held similar workshops in Botswana, Zambia, Malawi and other countries as part of organisational training programmes.
The photos below (used with permission of the participants) show scenes from some of these Workshops.
Stakeholder analysis exercise in an Intensive 3-day Course in Project Management in Windhoek, Namibia.
A Zimbabwean participant explains how to calculate the Critical Path on a Network Diagram in an Intensive Weekend Workshop in Project Management in Midrand, Gauteng.
Windhoek: A participant in an Intensive 3-day Course in Project Management explores cause, effect and emergence in a systems thinking exercise.
A university lecturer (left), industrial managers, and various independent contractors from the construction industry participated in an Intensive 3-day Course in Project Management in Windhoek.
Participants plot the position of stakeholders during an Intensive 3-day Course in Project Management in Windhoek.
Participants in a Windhoek course examine the interdependence of systemic factors in a project.
Senior staff members from an alternative energy firm explore the difference between Operations Management and Project Management during a course in Windhoek. The implications for organisational authority structures are turned into decisions for how to take the company forward.
Team members from a top Namibian audiovisual company engage in a planning exercise during the Windhoek course.