Who should attend?
This 2-day course is for all managers looking to use project management techniques to improve control over their workload. You don’t need to have the title Project Manager to have responsibilities for delivering outputs. Time and resource pressures affect us all, so we could use some project management tools and techniques to help us stay in control.
Why should you attend?
This course will introduce you to the discipline required to manage projects to successful completion. It will develop your planning and organising abilities and help you develop effective control measures. You will learn how to set up projects, initiate them, monitor then and keep them (and your staff) on track.
- Basic project management principles
- Project management tools and techniques
- Use of objectives and targets/milestones to monitor performance
- Project risk and quality management
- Simple tools for financial appraisal of projects
- Project Leadership and teams
- Project reporting and issue management
- Project evaluation and review techniques
- Projects and Change Management
This course is mapped to the Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ), accredited by APM. Successful completion of a 1-hour multiple choice exam will result in this Level 3 professional qualification. An additional £156 registration fee will apply.
This course can form part of an ILM Award in Leadership & Management. This course is mapped to the ILM unit: Managing workplace projects. Successful completion of the course and its assignment will result in 2 credits at Level 3.
For those seeking to progress their project management skills pathway, we offer a 6-day course mapped to the Project Management Qualification (PMQ), accredited by APM which is a Level 4 professional qualification.
For those seeking to achieve a full ILM Award in Leadership & Management qualification at Level 3, you will need to achieve a further 2 credits for the ILM Award or 11 credits for the ILM Certificate.
Course: £410.00 +VAT
Time & Location
9:30AM until 1:00PM @ Online via MS Teams