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The Next Generation Robotics 
Introduction ​

With the increasing number of projects launched in organizations, the value of project management is becoming more essential for project successes and achievements of organization’s strategic goals.


This course aims at providing the trainees with the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques needed to manage projects successfully in alignment with Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – PMBOK® Guide – Forth Edition, issued by the Project Management Institute PMI.


The course is thought to prepare the attendees for the prestigious PMP® Exam based on the PMBOK® Guide – Forth Edition.

Course Contents​

Day 1 and 2

  • Overview of Basic Concepts and Terminologies of Project Management and Project Planning

  • Introduction & Basics of Project Management and Project Planning

    • Evaluate the reasons why projects fail and how we have gone about it

    • Basics of defining the project, planning the project, implementing the plan and completing the project.

    • The project management processes of initiation, planning, executing, controlling and closing.

    • Systems Management approach to Project Management.

    • Approach to Project Management in inputs, processes and outputs.

    • The S.M.A.R.T. Way of Scope Definition.

    • Review and analysis of Project Management, projects and programs.

    • Project Management analyzed as a science and as an art.

    • Application of the basic tools and the secret of getting things done through people.

    • Scope and strategy in definition, brainstorming, analyses, and project objectives.

    • Review the steps to get started in projects and project planning basics.

  • Assessment (at end of the day 1 and 2)

  • Reviewing the participant’s knowledge on the basics of Project Management and project planning

Day 3 and 4

  • Analysis of the relationship of the Project Management Knowledge areas from PMBOK in Telecoms Project Management in terms of Integration Management, Scope Management, Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Communications Management, Human Resources Management, and Procurement Management.

    • Integration Management in terms of Project Plan development, execution and change control.

    • Scope Management from initiation, planning, definition, verification and change control.

    • Time Management in terms of activity definition, sequencing, duration estimating, schedule development and control.

    • Cost Management in resource planning, estimating, budgeting and control.

    • Quality Management planning, assurance and control.

    • Human Resources Management organizational planning, staff acquisition, and team development.

    • Communications Management planning, information distribution, performance reporting and administrative closure.

    • Risk Management planning, identification, qualitative, quantitative risk analysis, risk response planning, monitoring and control.

    • Procurement Management planning, solicitation planning, solicitation, source selection, contract administration and contract closeout.

  • Assessment

  • Knowledge and application of the Project Management knowledge areas.

Day 5

  • Analysis and application of Telecoms Project Management with an interactive session on a Cellular Roll-out Management and Roll-out Planning Basics.

    • Roll-out project management consisting of the network planning, transmission planning, site acquisition, civil works construction, telecoms implementation in terms of the microwave implementation, HDSL, fiber, base transceiver stations (BTS), base controller stations (BSC), MSC, NSS, OSS, etc. for the 2G GSM and the 3G WCDMA technology.

    • Project management scheduling, forecasting, roll-out plan and reporting to control the progress of the roll-out from the start of the surveys, planning and site acquisitions, civil work and tower constructions, to the actual integration and putting the site on-air of the sites.

    • The course will end with simply exercise on roll-out planning as well as Lessons Learned session that each individual has achieved during the course. A summary review with the important pointers of being a very successful Telecoms Project Manager in Cellular Roll-out Management.


Project Management  Telecom

Pre-Requisites for Participants

Basic knowledge of project management some experience in performing project management tasks (not necessarily as a project manager).


Who should attend ?​

This course is suitable for telecommunications professionals, including transmission engineers, network planners and technical project managers who are involved in the area of planning, deployment, commissioning or operation of modern Radio-relay Digital Microwave Radio.


Instructor's​ Profile
  • Over 16+ years of successful management and leadership experience with reputation for meeting the most challenging organizational goals and objectives.

  • Developed and implemented RF / GSM / Microwave systems projects (National and International regulations in the field) according with the rules in force - ITU (more than 41 projects completed & approved by the authorities ):

  • RF planning/coverage/traffic for many types of the mobile networks: 3G/4G , FDMA/GSM/CDMA/WCDMA.

  • Design, analyze & optimize fixed & mobile networks including GSM / Microwave Transmission Links, VSAT networks – satellite etc.                  

  • Consulting in the field of telecommunications: purchasing, marketing and installing telecommunications equipments.

  • Microwave Network planning through software planning tools.

  • Data Recording/Analyzing/Post Processing/Optimizing/Performance evaluation through software tools.

  • Calculate KPIs performance & evaluation of GSM/Microwave Networks.

  • Lead the group of 7 people of Supply Chain Management as Project Manager for seven GSM/Microwave projects.

  • Lead group of 22 Engineers/Technician as Project Director for 12 projects of GSM/Microwave Network implementation, planning and Optimization worth of approx USD 33M. .

  • Responsible as Assistant Regional Project Manager (ARPM) , End-to-end management of projects including all aspects of Project Planning, Project Implementation, Project Control, and final delivery, projects meeting.

  • As Consultant and Trainer 40+ training sessions conducted in different technical domains e.g Microwave Engg and Link Planning , Pathloss 4/5 , GSM Cell Optimization , Telecom Project Management , Basic of Telecommunication , WCDMA Optimization, 3G LTE Microwave Network Planning, Project Management and its Tool , SCM and its Effectiveness in Mobile Networks etc.


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Our Trainers..

We only use trainers and programme directors that satisfy the following three criteria:

  • Experts in their field;

  • High level of Industry Experience;

  • Expert facilitators and training professionals.

All our trainers have undergone a rigorous selection process and are subject to continuous monitoring and evaluation. Each trainer is accredited for specific courses or topic areas.

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