Split into four engaging parts, this course takes you through the full life cycle of a project in terms of defining what it is, planning every aspect, implementation, completion and evaluation of a project.
If you’re working as a PA, EA, Office Manager or in any kind of Supervisory/Management role and you’re required to undertake larger projects, this course will be perfect to arm you with the skils required. Alternatively, you may be looking to boost your career prospects to future employers by giving yourself an added skillset.
Awarded 10 CPD points upon successful completion
Good project management skills are always highly valued within a business as they ensure deadlines are met, costs are controlled and the deliverables are right first time. So with this Project Management course, your skills will be highly in demand.
Split into four highly engaging parts, the course takes you through the full life cycle of a project in terms of defining what it is, planning every aspect to ensure you deliver on quality, timescales and budget, before finally implementing and completing the project. The last part involves evaluating how the project went – ensuring you can learn from every project and refine your processes.
On completion of this course, you will receive a Pitman Training Course Completion certificate*.
• The flexibility and value of a self-study course designed to enable you to work at your own pace
• The opportunity to gain the widely recognised Pitman Training Certificate
* Please note that Vendor specific exams may need to be organised separately.
Your new found project management skills will be ideal when working within an IT department or related industry as you’ll learn how to manage complex technical processes with many different resources within a business. What’s more, project management skills are highly transferable, enabling you to work within many different industries.
There are no formal pre-requisites required for this course but it would be advantageous if you already have experience of working with teams, either in a professional or voluntary capacity.
Project Management skills can come into play in many careers. Office Managers may need to juggle projects around different facilities, PAs or EAs may find themselves organising conferences etc. There are specific roles for Project Managers where dedicated skills like this will come into play.