Project Scoping ReportYour project should be based on an actual project or simulated project that is very close to a workplace situation. If you are unsure of what project to choose please contact your teacher at OTEN.
You may find it helpful to review information from your learning resource and the suggested readings to complete this exercise.
Once you have chosen your project, and using the template provided, you need to:
A.Prepare a scoping document for the project – using the
B.Prepare a detailed scoping report for the sponsor.
The report should include a clear introduction, body and conclusion. Topics to be included in the scoping report are:
1.Introduction – introduce your organisation, its missions, goals, core operatives. Introduce your project and how it relates to the previously mentioned missions, goals and core operations.
i. Definition of the scope of the project – be specific, remembering this tells all stakeholders exactly what needs to be done.
ii. Identification of the stakeholders in the project detailing the area and extent of their involvement.
iii. Identification and explanation of the issues/limits/constraints for the project.
iv. Identification and explanation of the assumptions of the project.
v. Identify all risks associated with the project and explain how these are to be managed.
vi. Specification of initial timelines.
vii. Representation of task allocations.
viii. Explanation of the relationship of the project to other projects within the organisation.
ix. Estimation and explanation of costs, resources requirements, quality assurance and other relevant factors.
x. The impact of relevant legislation (this could include environmental, WHS, code of conduct issues) on the project.
xi. Methods by which the degree of success of the project will be measured.
C.Conclusions and recommendations.
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