The project is approaching the end of stage 4 and all work will be completed as planned. The project manager is now preparing a plan for acceptance and the handover of the 'capability to provide health and safety training'.
Is this appropriate, and why?
During the 'create the project plan' activity as part of the initiation stage, the project manager identifies several threats to the project timescales. These threats relate to stage 3 products. Therefore, the project manager decides to wait until the end of stage 2 to assess the risks to the project plan.
Is this an appropriate application of the plans theme, and why?
ABC has experience of delivering training projects that respond to new legislation. Previous projects have had to change the acceptance criteria, due to further updates being made to legislation during the project.
What action should be taken to address this, and why?
At the end of stage 2, an external consultant responsible for developing the 'e-learning course', was appointed to the project board as a senior supplier. The stage 3 plan identifies the consultant as a reviewer of the 'e-learning course'. When preparing for a quality review of the 'e-learning course', the consultant found 15 possible errors. The consultant then documented these possible errors in the quality register.
Is this an appropriate activity when preparing for a quality review, and why?
As a result of experiences on previous projects, a change authority has been established for the Health and Safety Training Project. A key client for the training materials has a representative on the project board.
Should their interests be represented within the change authority for the project, and why?