Professional Post Graduate Diploma

(Professional Bodies Registration NO. PB. 68 | Affiliated to NABPTEX | Partner of American Association of Project Managers)

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Program Description: The demand for project management professionals is increasingly vital to many areas of business today as a result of organizations embarking on complex projects with the view to creating unique products and services. Projects specification, scope statement and profiling require expert knowledge in cost, time, and quality management. The professional Program is structured to train project management professionals to apply contemporary project management principles, tools, and concepts to mitigate and manage challenges associated with modern project execution. The effective management of an organization’s project impact on the achievement of its goals. This goal is sometimes lost if the organization lacks key management personnel trained to manage the complexity of projects. The program seeks to provide project management professionals with opportunity to enhance their skills as project managers dealing with project planning and control, project implementation and management, and managing any risks associated with projects. Professionals will be able to use tools and methods efficiently and effectively, and introduce the most suitable technology to ensure success of their future projects.

Objectives of the Program: By the end of this program, members should be able to:

  • Apply contemporary models in selection, implementation and evaluation of projects
  • Manage both private and public projects
  • Manage Projects using the Triple Constraint (Cost, Time and Quality).
  • Appreciate the techniques used in formulating a project definition and scope statement
  • Apply techniques and concepts for managing project related complexities

Aim of the Program: The program seeks to provide project management professionals with opportunity to enhance their skills as project professionals dealing with project planning and control, project implementation and management, and managing any risks associated with projects. Project Management Professionals will be able to use tools and methods efficiently and effectively, and introduce the most suitable technology to ensure success of their future projects. Also to provide efficient project roadmap that can be easily followed and may lead to project completion. Once you know where to avoid pot holes and bumps, it’s certain that you’ll work smarter and not harder resulting in greater productivity that will last for a very long time.

Level I – Foundation (Certificate)

The Level I is open to all individuals yearning to be relevant in all fields. The objective of this qualification is to empower and increase the knowledge, skills and confidence of people at various areas.

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 1001

Management of Projects

3

CPMC 1002

Project Scope Management

3

CPMC 1003

Project Planning & Time Management

3

CPMC 1004

Project Accounting 

3

CPMC 1005

Project Communication Management

3

CPMC 1006

Project Administration Management (Prince 2)

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

18

 

Level II – Associate Member (Advance Certificate)

The Level II builds on the knowledge gained from studying the Level I, although students with some experience may wish to begin their studies at this level.

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 2001

Project Operation Management

3

CPMC 2002

Project Six Sigma

3

CPMC 2003

Project Cost & Management Accounting

3

CPMC 2004

Principles Operations Research

3

CPMC 2005

International Project Management

3

CPMC 2006

Project Engineering Management

3

CPMC 2007

Project Law & Ethics

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

Level III – Membership (Diploma Certificate)

The Level III builds on the knowledge gained from studying the Level II, although students with some experience may wish to begin their studies at this level. The course is of benefit to those in middle management positions who seek to develop a more strategic view of Project Management operations. It will give them the capability to review and modify operational activities. Students also gain an understanding of key areas from an international viewpoint.

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 3001

Project Procurement & Contract Mgt

3

CPMC 3002

Project Strategic Management

3

CPMC 3003

Management Information Systems

3

CPMC 3004

Lean Management

3

CPMC 3005

Project Human Resource Management

3

CPMC 3006

Advance Operations Research  

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

18

Level IV – Chartered Member (Advance Diploma Certificate)

The Level IV aims to give senior managers and leader’s strategic management and decision-making skills to enable them stimulate to the highest levels of success and impact

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 4001

Total Quality Management

3

CPMC 4002

Project Portfolio Management

3

CPMC 4003

Project Safety Management

3

CPMC 4004

Project Risk and Technology Evaluation

3

CPMC 4005

Cost Analysis & Project Evaluation

3

CPMC 4006

Quantitative Methods   

3

CPMC 4007

Facility Management

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

Level V – Certified Member (Graduate Certificate)

The Level V includes Organisational Building & Structuring. Students are expected to become familiar with analytical concepts and to use them in their management role. They will be aware of ethical issues, sustainability, and global environmental issues. Students will develop skills and research methodology and importantly must produce a work–based project.

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 5001

Project Sourcing, Negotiating and Contracting 

3

CPMC 5002

Managerial Economics for Decision Making

3

CPMC 5003

Project Integration Management 

3

CPMC 5004

Application of Project Mgt. & Software

3

CPMC 5005

Research Methodology

3

CPMC 5006

Project Quality Management

3

CPMC 5007

Project Management Leadership

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

 

Level 6 – Major Concentration (Post Graduate Diploma)

Requirements for this part of the program include completion of five modules in a specialization in business administration, including a business practicum and two modules exploring a project management concentration in the areas of concentration in Project Management Consultant

CERTIFIED PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 6001

Project Management Consultancy Theory

3

CPMC 6002

Project Management Maturity Model

3

CPMC 6003

Project Manpower Management

3

CPMC 6004

Reconstructing Project Management

3

CPMC 6005

Project Estimation & Cost Management

3

CPMC 6006

Project Change Management

3

CPMC 6007

Program Management Leadership

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

 

CERTIFIED PROJECT PROCUREMENT ENGNEERING 

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 6011

EPC Project Management

3

CPMC 6012

Distribution & Warehouse Management

3

CPMC 6013

Technology in Reverse Logistics Operations

3

CPMC 6014

International Public Procurement – IPP

3

CPMC 6015

Inventory & Materials Management

3

CPMC 6006

Facility Finance & Risk Management 

3

CPMC 6017

Country Procurement System

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

 

CERTIFIED PROJECT FINANCIAL ENGNEERING 

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 6021

Applied Financial Engineering

3

CPMC 6022

International Monetary & Financial Theory

3

CPMC 6023

Portfolio Design and Investment Analysis

3

CPMC 6024

Payroll Accounting Management 

3

CPMC 6022

Fraud Examination & Forensics Account

3

CPMC 6006

Facility Finance & Risk Management 

3

CPMC 6027

International Accounting Standards (IFRS, IAS, IPSAS)

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

 

CERTIFIED PROJECT ECONOMIST  

COURSE CODE

COURSES TITLE

CREDIT HOUR

CPMC 6031

Financial Econometric 

3

CPMC 6032

Economics of Sustainable Development

3

CPMC 6033

Financial Fiscal Policy & Economic Development

3

CPMC 6034

Macroeconomic Theory in Financial Management

3

CPMC 6035

Industrial Economics

3

CPMC 6006

Facility Finance & Risk Management 

3

CPMC 6037

International Economics

3

TOTAL CREDIT HOUR FOR LEVEL

21

FACILITY MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING

Course Code

Courses Title

Credit

CPMC 6041

Facility Management Law

3

CPMC 6042

Disaster & Emergency Management

3

CPMC 6043

Facility Finance & Risk Management 

3

CPMC 6044

Business Continuity & Transport Policies

3

CPMC 6045

Outsourcing Facility Management

3

CPMC 6046

Facility IT & Security Management

3

CPMC 6047

Facility Design, Planning, Maintenance & Repair

3

TOTAL CREDIT

21

Petroleum (Oil & Gas) Project Engineering

Code

Courses

Credit

OGE 6061

Petroleum Law And Environmental Policy

3

OGE 6063

Petroleum Revenue Management

3

OGE 6065

Petroleum Production Engineering

3

OGE 6067

Marine Organisms & Aquatic Pollution

3

OGE 6069

Petroleum Contracts And Economics

3

OGE 6071

Petroleum Exploration, Extraction & Transport

3

OGE 6073

Health, Safety & Maintenance in Petroleum Industry

3

Total Credits

21

 

 

Environmental, Safety and Health Management (ESH)

Code

Courses

Credits

ESH 701

OSHA Law and Regulations

3

ESH 702

Solid & Hazardous Waste Management

3

ESH 720

Quality Planning and Analysis

3

ESH 740

Health, Safety & Maintenance in Petroleum Industry

3

ESH 755

Disaster and Emergency Management

3

ESH 760

Applied Safety Management

3

ESH 780

International Environmental Policy

3

Total Credit

21