Certified Telecomms Project Management (CTPM®) - Instructor-led

Program Overview

Add significant value to project delivery through a high-quality structured project management process that is standardised, repeatable and reliable.

Good project management benefits from a structured approach to project delivery, with clearly defined roles, a structured life-cycle and supporting processes. Repeatability of the project process speeds up the project initiation phase ensuring stakeholders and teams clearly understand expectations allowing projects to be delivered ahead of time and under budget.

The Certified Telecommunications Project Management (CTPM®) program equips learners with the skills to implement a cohesive risk management process, enabling potential risks and issues to be identified and appropriate actions to be taken to mitigate or manage them.

CTPM® is based on the global standard for project management, the PMI’s PMBOK® and adds technical input from programs within The Global Digital Infrastructure Education Framework. This combination delivers a unique non-generic project management education program designed specifically for the real-world of telecommunications design, planning and installation. It consists of nine learning modules covering the five processes of the PMBOK®.

There are seven assignments to complete and they are assessed individually and combine to create a complete project plan:

  • Project quality management – what do your customers actually want?
  • Project risk management – what can possibly go wrong?
  • Project scope management – what are we delivering? And more importantly, what are we NOT delivering?
  • Project human resource management – the right people, with the right tools, fully trained and working together safely; easy
  • Project integration management – bringing it all together
  • Project time management – what comes first and what comes last?
  • Project cost management – how will you ensure that you come in on budget?

Initiating Process

  • Its purpose is to achieve authorisation for a project and define its objectives
  • The general scope, duration, resources, and desired final output are described
  • Outputs for this process include the project charter and a preliminary SOW

Planning Process

  • This process involves determining how the newly initiated project will actually be carried out, including refining the information developed during initiation and reviewing the resources needed (including human resources)
  • The general scope, duration, resources, and desired final output are described
  • A WBS including various deliverables and work packages is constructed and scheduled activities are defined and sequenced

Executing Process

  • The execution process group involves taking steps to act upon and complete the project work according to the procedures outlined during the planning stage. Any approved changes are implemented as part of this group
  • The project management team is acquired and developed and contact with vendors is initiated
  • Reports on project progress, quality, and challenges are a core component of the information distribution aspect of execution

Monitoring & Controlling Process

  • These processes occur concurrently with all the other process groups
  • Observation, problem identification and correction are the three basic purposes of monitoring and controlling
  • Quality control plays a significant role in this group of processes

Closing Process

  • This process finalises a project and closes it out
  • This activity often includes satisfying the terms of any outstanding contracts
  • The Project Manager must ensure that other processes (planning, execution, monitoring) are complete and the final deliverables are ready to be handed off to the end user or stakeholder group

This Certified Telecommunications Project Management (CTPM®) program is a 3-day class.

This unique program is targeted at individuals looking to improve the overall performance of their telecommunications and data centre projects. Suitable for those with experience of telecommunications planning, installation and maintenance within a data centre environment, the program addresses how to successfully design, develop, execute and close a project.

Experience within data centre operations or management or telecommunications planning, installation and maintenance.

Learners are required to have a webcam enabled laptop or suitable device with unrestricted wireless internet connectivity, the latest internet browser and suitable applications for reading/annotating PDFs and editing standard office documents.

Learners will discover how to develop a project initiating process and create, explain and execute a project planning process. They will also have the confidence to implement measures to monitor and control it and have the ability to carry out a project closing process.

  • Internationally and industry recognised BTEC Level 4 Professional Award in Certified Telecommunications Project Management
  • Official Certified Telecommunications Project Management (CTPM®) certification
  • The use of a post nominal title after your name e.g. Martin Smith CTPM
  • Use of the official Certified Telecommunications Project Management (CTPM®) Digital Badge
  • Use of the CTPM® logo
  • Provides portable knowledge, skills, techniques and tools in order to be more successful in managing projects and demonstrates to your employer that you have the desire and commitment to learn and improve
  • It enhances career development prospects by achieving a recognised project management qualification
  • Provides an independent measure of an individual’s project management knowledge and competence
  • It develops an understanding of project goals, objectives and benefits before committing significant resources to ensure that only projects which are expected to provide a Return On Investment (ROI) or financial margin are committed to
  • It ensures that projects proceed effectively through all essential phases, from concept through to completion
  • It provides a rigorous approach to defining a realistic timescale and budget for completion of the project

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