Project management is the application of specialised techniques to plan, control, deliver and evaluate a predetermined piece of work. For example, you may be required to implement a new product, new working practices, reduce costs, improve efficiency. Your project will be deemed successful if it performs the job it was intended to do, or solves an identified problem within the predetermined time, cost and quality constraints.
Project Management has developed a reputation for being a skill which can only be practised by specialists who are highly trained in specific tools and techniques. There is no reason why this should be so.
This course, through presentation, video clips, individual and group activities and discussion, explores the main areas of project management. By understanding these areas and applying the techniques learned you will improve your chances of managing projects to a successful completion. Through cases studies you will have the opportunity to practise segments of project management in a safe environment.
Who should attend?
This course is ideal for project managers but also highly beneficial to anyone working in a project environment. Training in Project Management will not only enhance your performance but could lead to greater job opportunities.
There is a maximum of 12 delegates on each course.