An Introduction to Project Management (5902)
Introduction to Project Management - 1 Day Course
Project management skills are becoming more vital to organisations as greater emphasis is given to controlling costs, meeting delivery expectations and implementing change. The current economic climate means that project costs and timescales must not overrun whilst, at the same time, management resources may be thinner.
Whether you are a member of a project team, project manager, technical specialist, financial controller or a senior executive, many of the disciplines practiced within project management will be relevant to you, and having a clear understanding of how to apply them will give you an edge over the competition.
This one day course will give you a good understanding of professional project management as well as the tools and techniques you need to effectively deliver your first “project” successfully. It will also provide a level of understanding that will enable you to go on to further develop your project management skills at our later advanced tools and techniques workshop.
What Types of Project?
This workshop is not specific to particular types or contexts of project – the skills are generic. However, discussion and exercises will allow reference to different contexts to highlight the use of the techniques covered in a wide range of projects, such as:
- Quality improvement
- Change in production or service systems
- Management and staff restructuring
- Technological implementation
- Development of standards and qualifications
- Marketing and sales campaigns
- European or UK Funded Social Project
NTRL currently deliver 3 workshops that focus on Projects Management, follow the links for an overview of the content and scheduled dates:
An Introduction to Project Management
Intermediate Project Management - Tools & Techniques
An indicative overview of the content would be:
- Project Management overview
- What is a project?
- What is project management?
- Benefits of using project management
- Roles within a project
- Defining the project
- The Brief
- The Business Case
- Running and controlling the project
- Who’s doing what by when
- Monitor progress
- Assure quality
The key objectives are to:
- Explore the role of project management within an organisation
- Identify the key roles within a project and how they align to organisation structures
- Examine the phases of a project
- Define a project and explore cost versus benefit.
- Initiate a project and understand the importance of good preparation
- Understand decision making within a project environment
- Explore different methods of planning and delivery
- Examine project controls and understand how to apply them in order to deliver your project successfully
- Identify how to close a project
"Very insightful and will be of great use for future projects"
Data and Information - Institute for Learning
"Very informative, lots of techniques and reports shown and examples given"
Assistant Director - South Birmingham College
"Very helpful and thorough - a good day"
Associate Services Manager - Institute for Learning
Who Should Attend?
This one day workshop is targeted at individuals that have little or no knowledge of project management or those that want a back to basics refresher. It is not necessary for individuals to be currently involved in their own project in order to attend this workshop, but where real life examples can be used; this will add further value to your learning.
||Tuesday, 26th June 2012
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£249.00+VAT: Group Rate 3+
£254.00+VAT: Small charity
(Turnover less than £1m)
||9.30am for Registration, Refreshments and Networking
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This training course is delivered in a workshop style. It is highly participative with a blend of presentation, group exercises and debate. A comprehensive delegate pack is included. .
To ensure effective levels of delegate participation, involvement and interaction, delegate numbers are restricted. This workshop is suitable for groups of 2 to 20 delegates.
Formal CPD certificates are provided after the event in a form which is acceptable as CPD evidence to many professional bodies and institutions.
The facilitator for this workshop is a highly experienced trainer with in-depth subject knowledge.