Project and Procurement Management
           

DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS

Project and Procurement Management Course

PPMC is a 2-week course which develops participants' knowledge and skill in the procurement of goods and services, and introduces them to global procurement policies, processes, and good practice.

Course Objectives

To deepen and broaden participants' understanding and competency in procurement management towards the overall successful implementation of projects.

Course Design

  • MODULE 1
    Project Management focuses on the concepts, skills and techniques needed to design, formulate and implement sustainable development projects. The module provides the essential understanding required for project implementation including procurement of goods and services.
  • MODULE 2
    Procurement Management exposes the participants to the operational policies and procedures of donor and national agencies on procurement. The course is based on the procurement guidelines of international lending institutions focusing on new trends in the field. Procurement management serves as a strong foundation for the essential logistical support needed to manage and implement projects. It also provides accountability mechanisms to show that funds are being used efficiently and for the purposes intended.

Methodology

The course will be delivered via formal presentations, case studies, and exercises. It also draws from the knowledge and experience of AIM faculty and experienced development practitioners, thus making a practitioner-oriented course with emphasis on hands-on training.

Participant Profile

Project team members (funded via a domestic or international agency), Procurement Specialists, High-Level Staff (Policy Decision-Makers), Project Implementors, Multilateral and Bilateral Organizations and Donor Agency Staff, Private Sector Contractors, Suppliers, and Consultants.


Download Brochure

Please fill up the form below to download our PPMC Brochure. For further inquiries, you may email dep@aim.edu or call +632 892 4011 loc. 1835 to 36, or 1604.

 
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