An Introduction to Project Management
Employers in all sectors and industries are looking for good project management skills to speed up innovation and effectively manage change. This two-day course will enable you to manage projects more effectively, or contribute more effectively to a project team, through the application of a systematic project framework and the use of helpful project tools and techniques.
Please note: this course covers the syllabus to prepare students for the optional one-hour multiple-choice exam which runs at the end of day two of this course and is accredited by the Association for Project Management.
Upon successful completion of the exam you will be awarded the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification, which is an internationally recognised foundation-level qualification.
By the end of An Introduction to Project Management you will be able to:
- understand key project management terms and concepts
- gain clarity at the outset of projects
- plan projects realistically
- manage risk and change effectively
- use key project management tools
- monitor and control progress
- establish the needs of stakeholders
- understand the benefits of post-project reviews.
Who should attend
An Introduction to Project Management is designed to give a broad introduction to anyone involved in project working. No prior knowledge is necessary.