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Programme: Professional Development
Course: Project Management Level 1

Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for all staff who are new to the role of project manager and/or lack any formal training in the discipline of project management.  No prior experience is required.  This highly practical introductory course provides you with all the essential skills, tools and techniques that you will need to support you in your project management role and concentrates on the practical techniques that you can apply directly to the workplace.
This course is focused on exploring the fundamental principles of successful project management and incorporates a number of easy to apply, effective tools and techniques that, when applied in the workplace, will allow the delegates to become more confident and competent in managing a project.
By the end of this course you will

  • Recognise when it is appropriate to adopt a ‘project’ approach to managing the workload
  • Apply a simple lifecycle to a project to break it into easy to manage stages
  • Clearly define the purpose of the project to avoid any ambiguity or unrealistic expectations being set
  • Confidently plan, organise and document a project by using tools that add value to the management process
  • Identify and manage risks proactively to minimise the impact of any deviations from the original plan
  • Become more effective in monitoring and controlling by working in a competent and logical manner
  • Understand what lessons can be learnt from managing work using a project approach


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