Project Management Courses London
Project Management Foundation Course - also UK wide
1 day instructor-led. Courses never cancelled: Guaranteed. From £295 (list price £445)
Part of optional ILM Endorsed Award Package.
Training formats available
- Public schedule at one of our London training venues
- On-site at your company office UK wide (60 second quote)
- Closed group at one of our London training venues (60 second quote)
- Near-site at a location close to you
- Bespoke one-to-one basis
- Tailored training courses to your requirements
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Who is this training course suitable for?
Our project management courses (London) are designed for delegates with basic/no knowledge of project management tools or techniques, and who are now looking to be involved in projects.
Typical backgrounds will include new project managers, project administrators or support staff, requiring the fundamentals of Project Management.
The project management courses (London) will benefit both you and your organisation, introducing you to important project management techniques, key terminology and current methodology. This 1 day workshop will also provide the ideal preparation for more advanced Project Management courses.
Fundamentals of Project Management
Identify the features and characteristics of a project
Identify the steps and variables of the project management process
Characteristics of a project
Internal/external environments, influence of stakeholders, functional, project and matrix project structures
Identify functions, skills, responsibilities of the project manager
Elements required to staff a project team, benefits of team building
Project initiation and scope planning
Process of selection and initiation. Components of a project charter
Understand the scope statement and statement of work, understand how scope documents prevent scope creep
Scope definition, verification, and change control
Process and benefits of scope definition and verification.
How to develop a work breakdown structure (WBS) and work packages
Identify information required to verify a project's scope, and determine the timing of the scope verification
Understand how and why to use a scope change control system
The importance of creating a project database
Identify the purpose of activity definition and sequencing
Identify techniques for estimating activity duration
Schedule development and control
Describe the schedule development process
List the different ways project schedules and be presented
Implement schedule control, level resources, and calculate schedule variances
Resource identification and cost approximating
Use WBS to assign the best resources to project activities
Understand how to assign resources and their types
Determine methods for estimating costs and use risk and activity duration to modify cost estimates
Budgeting and cost control
Describe how to use an S-curve chart
Understand when and how capital budgeting and depreciation methods are used
Identify methods of using cost and schedule variance to track performance
Public Schedule - Pricing and Availability
|Book||Next place rate (£)||List
|Standard||Fri 20 Dec 2013||Limehouse||0||FULL||£445|
|Standard||Thu 27 Feb 2014||Bloomsbury||3||£300||£310||£445|
|Standard||Mon 31 Mar 2014||Southwark||5||£445||£445||£445|
|Standard||Tue 29 Apr 2014||Bloomsbury||7||£295||£305||£445|
|Standard||Wed 21 May 2014||Southwark||7||£445||£445||£445|
|Standard||Thu 19 Jun 2014||Bloomsbury||10||£295||£305||£445|
|Standard||Mon 21 Jul 2014||Bloomsbury||10||£445||£445||£445|
|Standard||Wed 20 Aug 2014||Southwark||10||£295||£305||£445|
|Standard||Mon 22 Sep 2014||Bloomsbury||10||£445||£445||£445|
|Standard||Thu 23 Oct 2014||Limehouse||10||£295||£305||£445|
|Standard||Thu 20 Nov 2014||Limehouse||10||£445||£445||£445|
|Standard||Fri 19 Dec 2014||Bloomsbury||10||£295||£305||£445|
|Standard||Thu 22 Jan 2015||Limehouse||10||£445||£445||£445|
|Standard||Thu 26 Feb 2015||Bloomsbury||10||£295||£305||£445|
An example of our Articles on Project Management Courses London
"Turn Project Management Theory Into Reality"
Some may like to rely on past systems, while others are open to trying new techniques that have proven successful around the globe. Many of today's methods of tackling projects address the element of risk involved in campaigns and attempt to ensure that problems are resolved quickly. Training in this area is an ideal way to learn more about the varied systems that are available to team leaders who are looking to expand their knowledge banks in regard to the project management processes.
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