In this course, you will focus on the last three stages of the project lifecycle: planning, execution, and termination. This includes identifying tasks and resources; using scheduling techniques like the work breakdown structure, Gantt charts, and network diagrams; preparing a budget; executing a project; and controlling changes.
This course will give you the tools to conduct an internal environmental audit at your workplace. You will learn about the different types of audits and the basic steps of an audit. This course will also teach you the essential aspects of an audit checklist and how to develop a checklist based on Environmental Management System procedures. You will also explore non-compliances, corrective actions, and an audit closing meeting.
This course will introduce you to the basics of sustainability and corporate social responsibility using ISO 26000 guidelines as a framework. These principles include organizational governance and ethics, operating practices, human rights and labor practices, environmental awareness and sustainability, consumer issues, and community involvement.
To start this course, youll explore what personal efficiency is all about, as well as useful attitudes and skills that you might want to develop. Then, youll outline your vision statement, dreams, and goals. Next, youll learn about the 80/20 system, what characteristics your organizational system should have, how to design a functional workspace, and techniques for organizing your daily to-do items. Youll also learn how to set up and maintain information management systems (both physical and virtual), prioritize tasks, create routines, and tackle procrastination. Finally, youll learn how to get organized at home.