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Practical Project Management
- Practical Project Management
(8-9 July 2014 )
(7 - 8 October 2014 )
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This 2 day course makes this all important discipline accessible to participants who need to understand and have practical experience of project management without requiring professional accreditation. The course is heavily hands on with a strong emphasis on learning by doing. Participants leave feeling confident in their ability to manage projects as well as appreciating some of the broader change management and stakeholder engagement issues
Who is it for?
- Those who need a broad understanding of good project management methods.
- Some experience or involvement in projects will help participants to relate to the material, however, no prior training is required or presumed.
What you will learn:
- How to plan, organise and implement projects.
- Ways to successfully engage with stakeholders.
- Key tips for managing risks and change.
Benefits of attending:
- Understand the terms and processes currently used in projects and determine the best approaches, tools and techniques to use.
- Understand stakeholders better and how to engage with them throughout the life of the project.
- Recognise the challenges of change management and some ways of embedding project driven change into organisations.
- Start and finish projects successfully by using the methods described.
This course is run in partnership with Pearcemayfield who is accredited to deliver the training.
This course is designed to complement the Microsoft Project for Project Management Course. A 10% discount is given if you book on both Practical Project Management and MS Project for Project Management