Finally, the report will identify various roles in these establishments who are involved in offering support and guidance to their assessors in preparation for a visit from the External Quality Assurance (EQA) for the awarding body. The Function of IQA IQA is a process where the college/ training centre plans and prepares the quality assurance of the programs that they deliver. The program should be structured, monitored and all resources in place to carry out the monitoring. The monitoring will include all aspects of leaner’s journey including its planning, the delivery, assessments, reviewing and all record keeping. Once this process is complete, it is then reviewed and improvements made to the necessary areas for future IQA.
651.1.1 - write an assignment describing your work setting's appraisal policy and procedure, and looking at how this policy links in with the NHS Framework. Cambridgeshire Community Services Appraisal Policy and Procedures – To provide a clear policy, procedure and documentation for staff to use when completing performance appraisals. To ensure staff are motivated in reaching trust objectives and their individual objectives. Identifying learning and developmental needs of staff. It allows staff to contribute towards service and organisational development and provides them with opportunities for staff to develop to their full potential.
Activities Present a portfolio of your work place evidence demonstrating your talent planning, recruitment and selection activity. This evidence should include: • your organisation’s talent planning, recruitment and selection policy • the recruitment methods your organisation uses • the selection methods your organisation uses • your contribution to recruitment and selection processes: writing a job description and person specification for a specific role writing an advert to attract applicants shortlisting applicants for interview participation in the selection interview decision-making process on whom to appoint the administration records retained, including appointment letters • the induction your organisation uses Provide a personal statement in which you: • explain the organisational benefits of a diverse workforce • explain the benefits of at least 3 recruitment and selection methods • explain the reasons for recruiting to a specific role • explain the purpose and benefits of induction • describe the areas covered by induction and the roles of those involved A witness statement (from your line manager or a peer) about your contribution to the talent planning, recruitment and selection processes in your organisation. Assessment
Course Project Part I: Huntsville Plant Project PM 586 February 11, 2011 Course Project Part I: Huntsville Plant Project Project Communication is a tool that project managers should readily embrace. It provides directions to the team, senior executives, highlights issues, tasks pending, risks and exceptions about the project. The communication process can be oral, written or a combination of the two. Project communication is extremely important to the success of a project and with a project of this magnitude there are certain communications that Janet may need to hold. Types of Meetings to Hold Janet should use Status Review Meetings to inform, to identify problems, and to identify action items.
10MS321 Project Management Credit 3:0:0 Objective: To learn concepts of project management, its role, project life cycle, structure & processes. To make student understand the following key project management activities: o Integration management o Scope management o Time management o Cost management o Quality management o Human resource management o Communication management o Risk management o Procurement management To give a comprehensive learning on the difference phases of project : initiating, planning, executing , monitoring and closing . Outcome of the course: At the end of this course, students will be able to manage projects in any industry. They can also be ready to attend Project Management Professional examination conducted by PMI ( if they have required experience prescribed by PMI) Unit I: Project management frame work: Introduction – Project life cycle – Organization – Project management process groups – planning process – executing process – monitoring & controlling process – closing process. Unit II: Knowledge Areas – Integration & Scope: Integration management : Develop project charter, project plan, direct & manage project execution, monitor & control, perform integrated change control, close project.
(PMBOK guide, 2004) Sub-components of a Project Plan A project management plan accommodates several components. The level of detail expected out of a project plan varies depending on the application area, scope and complexity of the project. A project plan can be either summary level or detailed and could comprise of one or more subsidiary components and plans. (PMBOK guide, 2004) Firstly a plan should provide an overview of the specific project. This is in order to provide perspective on issues such as how the project was initiated, who the customer or sponsor
Procedure Are step by step instructions for how something needs to be done. Vision statement A vision statement identifies what a company would like to achieve or accomplish. Mission statement A mission statement is a statement of the purpose of a company, organisation or person, its reason for existing. Objective Purpose or standard that can be achieved in relation to policy, procedure or mission statement. Key performance indicators A set of measures used to ascertain whether they are reaching their goals or objectives.
Does each project have to create its own management system? What are the tools needed for a project management system? What should a project manager look for in a scheduling system? What is a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)? DELEGATION MANAGEMENT Why use delegation?
Performance Management focuses not only on individual employees, but also on teams, programs, processes and the organization as a whole. A well developed PM program addresses individual and organizational performance matters necessary to properly create and sustain a healthy and effective results-oriented culture.