Below is listed our introduction to project management training course.
We need an articles that promotes the benefit of this course to managers and organizations who feel they would benefit form this type of course. The articles should have a couple of diagrams that describe the key principles.the article should be 700-1000 words and there should 2, one for public courses held a training centre and one to be held for employees at the clients premises.
the key phrases are as follows;
project management methodologies
Project management training
project management tools
project management skills
Duration: This course is delivered over: 1 day
Public Courses – £225 per delegate
We deliver public courses in:
London Birmingham Manchester
(check our public courses schedule)
In-house Courses – £875 per day*
All prices are excluding VAT, travel is charged with In-house courses at 45p per mile.
Aims and Objectives:
The aim of this 1 day project management introduction course is to enable delegates to successfully plan, resource and budget for a project.
The course introduces the methodologies and underpinning knowledge to become a project manager. Once the delegate has completed the introduction we highly recommend they attend the advanced course, giving them a full understanding of project management.
Typically a delegate will be able to:
Understand what a project managers role is
Identify Stakeholders of the project
Plan, Execute and Review their project
Identify project risks
Gain the tools of project management
No pre course work is required, however we recommend that the delegate brings with them a project that they have been assigned to further embed the training, although this is not essential.
Proposed Course Outline:
Welcome and introductions
Workshop overview, personal objectives, ice breaker
Defining a Project
What is a project?
Nature and needs for projects
Purpose and reason for project management
Group discussion on projects
Discussion on projects
Role of project managers / Stakeholders
What does a project manager do?
Identifying project stakeholders
The Project Lifecycle
Project Initiation, Planning, Execution and Review
Risk identification / analysis
Identifying and analysing project risks
Maintaining a risk log
Project Management Tools and Techniques
An overview of the tools and techniques available for managing projects
Role of the Project Manager
What are the key functions of the Project manager
Managing a small Project
Close & Review
thanks Nick Hester
Skills: management, training, analysis