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Our exciting Project Management course offers students the opportunity to understand the techniques and processes involved in managing projects. This course can not only benefit existing project managers, or those interested in becoming one, but has the potential to speak to a number of people involved in business.
The course covers a wide range of areas within the field of project management, including how to design, develop and deliver projects within your organisation. The skills acquired as a result of this course such as planning, management, communication are highly transferable to a wide range of employment opportunities, giving graduates the potential to follow a variety of paths.
The objective of this course is to give students an overall understanding of the mechanisms, techniques and processes commonly used to manage projects. Often considered a frightening concept, this course provides students with a solid foundation on which to build, either through further study or by moving into a career in project management.
While the subject itself is expansive, we have sought to make the content as digestible as possible for students by breaking it down into separate sections. These not only consider the practicalities involved in project management, but also the fascinating history of the practice.
Other important aspects such as stakeholder and client relationships and financial matters are thoroughly addressed. Students are made of aware of all of the possible constraints and risks involved, and are taught how to evaluate the success of a project.
In addition, the course provides students with hands on practical advice to take into the real world. Not only will you learn how to apply the eight key principles of Project Management, the course gives you 12 easy-to-use planning tools and 20 ways to keep projects on track. Alongside our FREE employment tools, such as expert advice and CV appraisal, you’ll be well on your way to managing your next project!
While a reasonable level of literacy is required, there are no formal restrictions. It is, however, essential that you have a keen interest in the subject of Project Management. There will be little incentive for students to complete the course if they are not enjoying the content. We also ask that you come to the course prepared to do your own research.
In order to make the learning process as straightforward as possible for students, we will provide all course materials alongside an exhaustive study guide. You will also have the support of your tutor, should you find you do encounter any problems along the way.