Project Management Training – Content Ideas
Manage Your Projects More Effectively
No matter what kind of business you are in or the size of the projects you are managing, as a Project Manager you are expected to plan, implement, monitor, and measure the success of your project based on various criteria. With little or no prior project management training, you will find this course offering an easy-to-follow guidance for managing any type of project.
Put simply, the course is designed to equip you with the skills, principles, and techniques you need, and can depend on, for successfully managing and delivering your projects.
Below is some indicative project management training topics.
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Project Management Course Outline
Running A Project
- Understanding the key principles of project management
- Key principles for planning, running, and completing a project on time and within budget
- What does a great job look like?
- Your role as a project manager
- Understanding the project management cycle
- Creating the team – who are the key players?
- Bringing the team together
The 4 Key Project Management Phases:
- Planning (including planning tools)
- Execution and control
- Project management techniques to adopt across the 4 phases
Managing & Leading The Project Team
- The top management skills you need to keep a project team on track
- Understanding people and what motivates each team member to get the best out of them
- Managing and leading your team in a VUCA environment
- Using the correct leadership style at the right time to drive results
- Change management principles for the effective project manager
Project Scope, Cost & Quality Management
- Setting objectives
- Scope (includes definition, planning, creep and control)
- Defining a delay and forecasting for completion
- Cost, estimating, budgeting and controlling
- Project risks
Sourcing & Generating Options For Problem Solving
- Defining a delay and the impacts it will cause
- How to rework the plan using problem solving techniques to establish an end date
- Evaluating options and making choices
- Establishing a range of ways of evaluating and selecting the ‘best’ solution to your problem
- Taking action (implementing the solution)
- Follow up – has the solution worked?
Prior to the course, learners can take an optional project management skills assessment to benchmark their current knowledge, skills and behaviours.
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