The ability to manage projects is a core business skill that can help you succeed in your professional life.
This short course aims to help you understand how you can maximise your skills in managing projects of all sizes. Whether it is implementing a major improvement process in the workplace or organising a large event, the course is designed to provide the skills needed to do so effectively.
The course covers the basic concepts of project management:
- The Project Life Cycle
- Planning and Implementation
- Risk Analysis
- Project Communication
- Monitoring and Evaluation
You will be given the opportunity to practice applying the concepts covered by working on a current or future project through the duration of the course. This will enable you to leave the course with the ability to bring projects to a successful completion in a real working environment.
Your tutor will give you feedback and advice. You will also complete an individual learning plan.
There are no entry requirements other than identifying a current or future project to work on through the duration of the course.
There are no specific materials required but your tutor can advise on materials that will help with your studies.
Other project management courses at higher levels in other organisations.
All courses run subject to demand and the content listed here should be used as a guide only. Course content may vary according to a range of factors such as course duration, campus, teaching staff and requirements from awarding bodies. Check our course and fee guidelines for further details.
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