The Project Management Workshop for NGOs was launched in the 2nd half of 2018 from PMI Bangalore Chapter (PMIBC). PMIBC has been conducted this program regularly almost every quarter with different sets of NGOs representatives. These programs are received well by the NGOs and partners. The program are tailor made to suit the need of each NGO and its operating environment to help the NGO leaders and project managers effectively implement, in their projects, the templates that are used during the workshop. This one-day workshop is designed with very minimal concepts presentation and uses the case study-based simulation technique to explain and apply the concepts in a collective team exercise.
Topics Covered in the program
- Project Management Lifecycle processes
- PM Concepts (Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Control)
- Project Management for Social Sector
- How PM concepts can increase effectiveness of NGO programs
- Interactive Session with PM Workbook
- Case Study Analysis
This program is designed to accommodate up to 30 participants per batch of class. PMI Bangalore Chapter will be using our copy right material and content for the workshop and appropriate handouts will be provided to the registered participants.
The PMI India Bangalore chapter works with partners of industry repute and together NGOs operating the diverse fields from poverty alleviation, social justice, child education, and adult education, upliftment of the livelihood at the rural and underdeveloped regions in the state of Karnataka.
The numbers in the infographics are testimony of the success of the program. The engagement is increasing year on year.
Despite the pandemic situation created by COVID-19, the outreach team continue to explore the avenues to interact with NGOs to plan and execute some of its program. The team has completed one session at the beginning of 2020 prior lockdown and has unfortunately has to reschedule its programs for the Q2 and Q3. As life return to business as usual with online interaction, planning for Q4 is active. The schedule for the calendar year is published at the beginning of the year and the current state of the completed and upcoming program is updated.
|Program Date||Day||Program Name||Number of Seats||Venue||Contact details for Registration|
|01-Feb-20||Saturday||PM Fundamentals Workshop||30||Oracle, Bengaluru||Program Completed|
|Oct’20||Saturday||PM Fundamentals Workshop||30||Online||Mr. Sekar Parasuraman email@example.com|
Mr. Rakesh Kumar
|TBD||TBD||PM Fundamentals Workshop||30||Online||Despite the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the outreach team continue to explore the avenues to interact NGOs to plan dates.|
There is no registration fee for the event, and the investments involved in conducting this program is completely dedicated to the cause and providing the project management knowledge for executing social projects. However prior registration is mandatory for all participants. Faculty providing the presentation sessions and the workshop are all qualified dedicated volunteers of PMI Bangalore Chapter. Course certificates will be provided to all the participants from PMI Bangalore Chapter.
The participants are expected to be people who are currently leading their NGO organization or involved in executing social projects or managing several NGO social project initiatives or putting together mega plans for large scale social project etc. can attend the program. Participants should come with an open mind looking forward to amending their ways and adapting to the changes and use the appropriate techniques during the workshop and explore share and learn.
While impacting the session in the classroom environment consumes full day (i.e. 9AM to 6PM) of activities for a well-defined activities, and we would like all participants to be present for the complete duration of the workshop. Since the sessions are very interactive participants are expected to avoid coming late and skipping portions as they might lose the opportunity to learn from group discussions and live questions and query resolution session.
Workshop material provided is for the individual reference and should not be copied and redistributed, all copy rights are owned by PMI Bangalore Chapter.