Project Management is one of the key capabilities supporting the University's current and future effectiveness. UTS has made a commitment to further develop its project management capacity through the PM@UTS Initiative.

The PM@UTS Learning Program aims to provide staff at UTS with the necessary skills and techniques to effectively and productively manage small to medium projects and to work effectively in project teams.

Please note: This Program is for UTS staff only.

The UTS Step by Step Guide to Project Management forms the basis for the PM@UTS Learning Program Foundation Skills series of workshops. The guide has been constructed to enhance your understanding of types of projects and then to step you through the process of initiating, planning, implementing and closing small to medium size projects. Although the steps are presented in a linear manner, when you become used to the thinking processes you will find that you apply these processes in an iterative way, drawing upon the tools and processes according to the needs of the project and the people associated with it.

The Resources section of the Projects web site contains useful tools and templates for you to use in your projects, papers and articles for you to read and extend your knowledge and links to useful web sites.

PM@UTS Learning Program

Details of the PM@UTS Learning Program are available on the HRU website. This Program is for UTS staff only.

Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building

For information on postgraduate Project Management courses for students, please follow this link http://datasearch.uts.edu.au/dab/courses/project-management.cfm.