Project Management in Social Work

Type: Normative

Department: social pedagogy and social work




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
916Associate Professor Loboda Viktoriya


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
916Associate Professor Loboda Viktoriya

Course description

The expected learning outcomes are a combination of competences in the field of social project management, which provide the ability to:

  • identify social problems and needs, find new approaches to meet the demands of the community in accordance with the priorities of its development strategy
  • formulate the components of a project concept, namely: the purpose of a project, project stakeholders, their needs and requirements for the project product, project solutions, expected results, the main types of project activities and the stages of project implementation, necessary resources, risks, and factors for ensuring the sustainability of project outcomes
  • evaluate the elements of a social project concept and provide recommendations for its improvement
  • communicate and exchange experience with other course participants
  • apply project management practices in their further professional activities

Recommended Literature

  1. Chemerys A. Development and management of projects in the public sphere: the European dimension for Ukraine: a practical guide / Chemerys A. ; The Swiss-Ukrainian project “Decentralization Support for Ukraine – DESPRO”. – Kyiv : “Sofia-A” LLC. – 2012. – 80 p.
  2. Project preparation manual
  3. Project preparation manual: Appendices
  4. Rach V.A. Project management: practical aspects of the implementation of regional development strategies: study guide. – Kyiv: K.I.S, 2010. – 276 p.
  5. Azarova T.V., Abramov L.K. Evaluation technology of social programs and projects. – Kirovohrad, 2007.
  6. Social entrepreneurship. Business model. Registration. Taxation: a guide. – Kyiv, 2017. – 94 p.