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based on the

IPMA Individual Competence Baseline ICBv4


Our Project Management course is based on the IPMA Individual Competence Baseline and Oracle Industry Standard ERP 2.0 solution. We leverage embedded mobile, analytics, and social capabilities of Oracle Primavera Cloud (Prime) and Oracle Primavera. We deliver for face-to-face and self-paced to help improve the knowledge, skills and ability of individuals who are responsible for implementing projects, programmes and portfolios. Our course will help you achieve execution efficiency, control costs, and quickly make adjustments when the unforeseen happens. They will also enable you plan accurately with data-driven analysis and accomplish more by collaborating socially and on the go.

Perspective Competences

Every project, programme and portfolio is started, driven, supported and governed by external drivers. People, organisations and societies demand things, varying extraordinaryly. Somewhere along that line, realising what people want gets so complicated that a project or programme is considered. It is rare that any project or programme is executed in a vacuum – they are influenced by their organisational, societal and political context. 

The drivers for every project or programme can be roughly divided into the formal and explicit goals and needs of the organisation and/or society, and more informal and implicit motives and interests. 

Module 1 (Perspective 1):

Strategy of an organisation

5 Lessons

Module 2 (Perspective 2):

Organisational and external Governance, structures and processes

6 Lessons

Module 3 (Perspective 3):

Compliance, standards and regulations 

6 Lessons 

Module 4 (perspective 4):

Informal Power and interest of people within an organisation

3 Lessons

Module 5 (perspective 5):

Culture and values of an organisation (or society)

3 Lessons

People Competences

This competence area describes the personal and social competences an individual working in the project, programme or portfolio needs to possess to be able to realise success. 

All personal competence starts with the ability to self-reflect. In the end, an individual’s competence is proven by realising the agreed tasks (dream) successfully, that is, to the satisfaction of the stakeholders. Between these extremes eight other competence elements are defined.


Module 6 (People 1):

Self-reflection and self-management

5 Lessons

Module 7 (People 2):

Personal integrity and reliability

5 Lessons

Module 8 (People 3):

Personal communication 

5 Lessons

Module 9 (People 4):

Relations and engagement

5 Lessons

Module 10 (People 5):


5 Lessons

Module 11 (People 6)


5 Lessons

Module 12 (People 7)

Conflict and crisis

4 Lessons

Module 13 (People 8)


5 Lessons

Module 14 (People 9)


5 Lessons

Module 15 (People 10)

Result orientation

5 Lessons

Practice Competences

All contextual influences and demands come together when the organisation initiates a new project, programme or portfolio. The individual working in project, programme or portfolio management has to take into account all these influences and demands. 



Module 16 (Practice 1):

Project design

4 Lessons

Module 17 (Practice 2):

Requirements and objectives

3 Lessons

Module 18 (Practice 3):


4 Lessonses

Module 19 (Practice 4):


5 Lessons

Module 20 (Practice 5):

Organisation and information

4 Lessons

Module 21 (Practice 6)


4 Lessons

Module 22 (Practice 7)


5 Lessons

Module 23 (Practice 8)


5 Lessons

Module 24 (Practice 9)


4 Lessons

Module 25 (Practice 10)

Plan and control

6 Lessons

Module 26 (Practice 11)

Risk and opportunities

5 Lessons

Module 27 (Practice 12)


5 Lessons

Module 28 (Practice 13)

Change and tranformation

4 Lessons

Module 29 (Practice 14)

Select and balance

6 Lessons

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