Project Management – Lead Auditor

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Project Management – Lead Auditor


The ISO 21500 Manager certifications are professional certifications for specialists needing to implement and manage projects based on ISO 21500.

ISO 21500:2012 – Guidance on project management – provides high-level description of concepts and processes that are considered to form good practice in project management. Projects are placed in the context of programmes and project portfolios; however, ISO 21500:2012 does not provide detailed guidance on the management of programmes and project portfolios. Topics pertaining to general management are addressed only within the context of project management.


  • An understanding of effective information security management throughout an organization and therefore protection of your information (through integrity, confidentiality and availability) and those of your interested parties.
  • Develop vital processes, policies and procedures that can be put into practice immediately
  • Create the framework for your own Information Security Management System (ISMS)
  • Gain knowledge to develop your ISMS framework and build awareness and support for information security across your organization
  • Be confident that you have the capability to protect your business and meet stakeholder expectations
  • Encourage continuous professional development across your organization.

Who this course applies to: 

  • Project managers
  • Operations managers
  • Program managers
  • Quality managers
  • Senior managers
  • Consultants
  • Members of a Project Management team
  • Project sponsors

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the implementation of Guidance on Project Management in accordance with ISO 21500
  • To gain a comprehensive understanding of the concepts, approaches, methods, techniques and processes allowing an effective project management according to ISO 21500
  •  To understand the relationship between the project management and the compliance with the requirements of different stakeholders of an organization
  • To acquire the competence to initiate, plan, implement, control and close a project as specified in ISO 21500
  • To acquire the competence to effectively advise organizations on the best practices in project management

Structure of training 

Day 1: Introduction, project management framework and project management concepts and processes as specified in ISO 21500; initiating processes 

  • Introduction to project management
  • Terms and definitions related to Project Management
  • Project Management standards, frameworks and methodologies
  • Project Management concepts and their relationships
  • Project Management processes
  • Initiation of Project Management processes

DAY 2: Planning the processes as specified in ISO 21500 

  • Develop project plans
  • Define scope, create work breakdown structure and define activities
  • Estimate resources and define project organization
  • Sequence activities, estimate activity durations and develop schedule
  • Estimate costs and develop budget
  • Identify and assess risks
  • Plan quality
  • Plan procurements
  • Plan communications

DAY 3: Implementing the processes as specified in ISO 21500 

  • Direct project work
  • Manage stakeholders
  • Develop project team
  • Treat risks
  • Perform quality assurance
  • Select suppliers
  • Distribute information

DAY 4 Controlling and closing the processes as specified in ISO 21500 

  • Control project work and changes
  • Control scope
  • Control resources and manage project team
  • Control schedule
  • Control costs
  • Control risks
  • Perform quality control
  • Administer procurements
  • Manage communications
  • Close project phase or project

DAY 5 

  •  Certification Exam

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Jul 11 - 14 2022

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