Project Closure Management
Key topics covered:
- This course will introduce how a project should be closed. It will include an overview of:
- How to identify when a project needs to be terminated and how to manage it;
- What happens when projects are not closed;
- Administrative closure activities - Contractual requirements during closure, including: guarantees, warranties and letters of final acceptance.
- Project closure in common resources and delivery approaches, including: PMBoK, PRINCE2; and Praxis;
- Setting up for streamlined closure project closure across the project life-cycle;
- Closing the contract and sub-contacts for owner and contractor
- How to resolve disputes, change orders, claims and back-charges
- How to finalise and archive project documentation
- How to learn lessons captured throughout a project by building them back in to systems and processes.
- Post-implementation reviews (post-mortems) - How to evaluate project performance, benchmarking against similar projects, and make data available to others
- How to transition to benefits realisation
- Further opportunities for developing as a project professional.
Participants will gain an understanding of how and when a project should closed, and what actions should be undertaken on closure.
Who Should Attend
This course is suitable for anyone getting started in the world of projects.
None, but we strongly recommend T0018 and T0020 is undertaken prior