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Project Management (e-learning) - TVOL0012
Title: Project Management (e-learning)
Guaranteed by: Centre for Knowledge and Technology Transfer (71-CPPT)
Faculty: Centre for Knowledge and Technology Transfer
Actual: from 2023
Semester: winter
E-Credits: 2
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:0/180, C [HS]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
Key competences:  
State of the course: not taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: distance
Teaching methods: distance
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: Mgr. Jiří Valach
Bc. Petra Práglová
Mgr. Bc. Veronika Primasová Hrubá
OPEN ONLINE COURSE This course is aimed at developing knowledge and skills required for effective project management. - Course 3.1 concerns the key factors for successful project management, which includes understanding the environment of a project, its life cycle, the role of project management and its main methodologies. - Course 3.2 will allow students to become familiar with the concepts of risk and unexpected event and the main approaches to risk management and mitigation. - Course 3.3 shall introduce students to the main concepts and tools of financial management and reporting, including cost estimation, cost budgeting, cost control, monitoring, and reporting. - Course 3.4 provides insight into formulation and implementation of project communication and dissemination strategies, preparation of communication and dissemination planning and methods applied to ensure successful capitalisation. - Course 3.5 covers fundamental aspects of intellectual property rights (IPRs), including copyright laws and related rights, trademarks, patents, as well as fair competition and enforcement of IP rights, etc. For more information visit
Last update: Primasová Hrubá Veronika, Mgr. Bc. (13.09.2022)
Aim of the course

Course 3.1 Introduction to Project Management

The main course objectives are: • to enable students to understand the environment of Project Management, i.e. what a project really is, why we need various approaches to Project Management • to acquaint students with an overview of Project Management as a methodology for the effective realisation of the objectives in the private and public sectors • to help students become familiar with the conceptual basis of contemporary methods for Project Management both in the social sciences and in other areas, including research and development.

Course 2 Risk Management

The main course objectives are: • to define what is a risk and what is its potential impact • to identify project risk(s) and planning Risk Management initiatives • to perform qualitative risk analysis and refine or iterate the risk, based on research and new information • to monitor and control risks.

Course 3 Financial management and Reporting

The main course objectives are: • to explain and communicate the principles of astute financial management • to efficiently apply the financial tools and techniques applicable to Project Management.

Course 4 Communication and Dissemination, Capitalisation

The main course objectives are: • to understand the main communication, dissemination and capitalisation terms and concepts in Project Management, as well as the relationships between them • to create comprehensive and meaningful Communication and Dissemination Plans • to transform goals into measurable outcomes and actions • to gain insight into the main goals, methods and activities of project capitalisation.

Course 5 Exploitation and IPR

The main course objectives are: • to define intellectual property rights (IPRs) • to exploit project results • to know the importance of IPRs for exploiting project results • to explain the reasons for protecting intellectual property (‘why’ use IPRs) • to properly use intellectual property rights for business advantage and in projects (‘how’ to use IPRs) • to communicate the significance of intellectual property management in projects.

Last update: Primasová Hrubá Veronika, Mgr. Bc. (13.09.2022)
Course completion requirements

Multiple choice test.

Participants who successfully complete the subject will be awarded with 2 credits and digital badge.

Last update: Práglová Petra, Bc. (03.09.2021)
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