This workshop is aimed at people who want to understand the fundamental principles of project working.
This one day workshop is aimed at people who want to understand the fundamental principles of project working, typically team members with some elements of project management in their day-to-day role or for those who regularly participate in project teams. It assumes little previous project management knowledge.
This course is now part of our online training calendar. Book below!
This programme covers an introduction to project management, project life cycles, initiating and identifying the scope of a project, defining needs of stakeholders, developing a business case, creating a project and communications plan and establishing key success factors.
The workshop also covers the key roles of project team members, managing expectations of stakeholders (client) and others, whilst engaging motivations to deliver according to your plan.
It will introduce some monitoring tools and techniques for project team meetings, managing change during a project and how to report on progress.
Benefits of the workshop
By the end of the programme delegates will be able to:
- Understand the fundamental principles of project management and how to apply them
- Apply some of the key tools and techniques involved in project working
- Understand some of the people issues involved in project working
- Show confidence to take on a role within a project appropriate to their experience
Tools and techniques that will be introduced include:
- Stakeholder analysis
- Project action minutes
- The project triangle (Time, Cost, Quality)
- The scope box
- Detailed project definitions
- Work breakdown structures
- Network diagrams
- Gantt and milestone charts
- Progress report charts
- Learning logs
|Duration: 1 Day
|CPD Points: 6.5
||Member Cost: £415.00+VAT
|Max. Delegates: 12
||Non-member Cost: £623.00+VAT
Virtual Programme Structure:
The programme will be run as 2 x 90-minute sessions (10:00 to 11:30 and 13:30 to 15:00). During the break between sessions the delegates will be expected work on their own on a series of tasks, which should take 45 minutes.