Introduction to Project Management - Watford


Suitability
This programme is designed for owners, managers and employees who require a degree of understanding of project management beyond a superficial level without the expense of undertaking a longer course.

Aims
This short course will help those new to project management to lead and/or contribute to projects more effectively.

Objectives
Projects are how organisations make things happen. Projects deliver changes that improve services to customers, increase operational effectiveness and process change. Staff in all types of roles participate in projects, so what exactly is project management?

The objectives of this short course are to give you an overview of project management and take you through the cycle of a project, from early conception and defining the scope through to the evaluation and lessons learned.

Content
You will focus on the harder skills required in project management rather than the softer skills of influencing people or communication.

You are taken through the stages of a project and what is required at each stage:
- Defining a project
- Creating the business case
- Planning the project
- Implementation and control
- Completion

You will also be introduced to important performance factors including scope, risk and quality management and the importance of capturing lessons for action on future projects.

Learning Outcomes
After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Define project management and articulate the role of the project manager.
  • Understand the factors that contribute to a successful project outcome and why a project may fail.
  • Be conversant with the words and language associated with project management.
  • Identify areas of further personal development to enhance your skills as a project manager.

Learning Style
The course is classroom based with a mix of tutor presentations and individual exercises.

Assessment Method
Continual informal and formal assessments will monitor progress throughout the day.  Practical assessment exercises and a multiple choice open book assessment paper with a pass mark of 65%.

Programme Duration
A closed book multiple choice question and answer paper.

 

Event Properties

Event Date 05-Oct-2021 9:30 am
Event End Date 06-Oct-2021 5:00 pm
Individual Price £485.00
Location
Watford - CAI Ltd
41 Market Street
Watford - CAI Ltd
£485.00