Swinburne Edge designed a highly customised Project Management Program suitable for every level of experience within the cohort. The program included opportunities for practical learning through a series of short case studies and discussions. Beginning with a formal welcome and inauguration of the program, the week included:
- workshop sessions
- group presentation delivered by the participants
- graduation ceremony.
Cabinet of Bangladesh participants.
Notably, three different facilitators delivered expert training for each module of learning with topics including project management methodology, governance, and scope management. This established a strong foundation for the delegation to bring their newfound knowledge back to their work in the Bangladeshi government.
Our highly experienced project manager ensured a smooth transition between each topic by leveraging an efficient reporting procedure. Facilitators would provide a handover noting what content was covered and any key topics of interest raised by the cohort. In doing so, facilitators avoided overlapping content and were able to further customise their workshops to include topics of interest previously flagged by participants.
It was this execution of highly streamlined communication that was vital to the program’s continuous improvement and its consequential success throughout its lifecycle.