Project Management CPD Approved Online Training Course Overview:
The effective management of projects is an essential skill in many workplaces. Correct control of stages and different aspects of projects helps to increase the chances of projects being successful.
There are many tools and approaches to managing projects, from a simple ‘to do’ list, to complex methodologies.
When a project is managed correctly, it ensures that there’s a sound business reason for undertaking the project, that it’s clear who’s involved in delivering the project, what the expected outcomes are and how resources and risks will be managed throughout the project.
When it’s done poorly, the project can suffer from feature creep, delays, go over budget or not get finished at all.
This online Project Management E-Learning course covers some of the common project management methodologies, setting goals and actually achieving them, identifying the need for a project to be started, using key project management tools and much more.
Online Project Management Target Audience
This Online Project Management E-Learning course is aimed at all leaders and managers by introducing the basic principles of project management and covers some of the tools and techniques you can employ to improve your project management skills.
Project Management E-Learning Advantages
The effective management of projects is an essential skill in many workplaces. Correct control of stages and different aspects of projects helps increase the chances of projects being successful.
CPD approval means that this course can be used by those that need to prove they are continually developing themselves.
Online training is flexible, efficient and cost-effective meaning the candidate can progress through the modules at their own pace and in their own time to fit the training around their work and personal life.
Duration of the course
Project Management Course Modules
Introducing Project Management
Terminology and Project Lifestyle
Identifying Needs, Project Aims and Objectives
Project Aims, Objectives and Initiation
Gantt Charts, Budgets, Risks and Issues
Monitoring Change, Stakeholders and Terminology