Course

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT - ONLINE COURSE

£40/$50 normal price.

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5/5

This online video project management course is aimed at anyone who needs to run a project but has no previous PM experience or knowledge. The objective of the course is to teach basic principles and techniques of project management in non-technical language, so that you can run your own project or oversee an employee doing this.

We present this in non-technical, straightforward language and guide you step-by-step though the process of running a project, using a fictitious company and worked examples.

  • Real-world practical examples
  • Packed with advice and techniques
  • No experience or knowledge required
100% ORIGINAL
Original content not available in any other course
QUALITY ASSURED

Produced by practising PMs in UK and North America

VALUE

Around 2 hours of practical, real-world material

30 DAY GUARANTEE

Your money back within 30 days if you are not happy

REVIEWS

Some recent reviews of our course from trainees

5/5

“This course gave me a clear and concise explanation of the stages and required documentation for project management, without overcomplicating things. I finally understand the process I need to go through, so I can start to take on the added detail other courses were feeding to me. Thank You.”

Emma

5/5
“Really liked the instructor…he is obviously very experienced and did a great job in breaking down tasks and providing appropriate explanations for each portion of the module. I would definitely want him as an instructor again.”
Geri
5/5
“I didn’t know anything about the topic other than common knowledge pieces. Now, I feel like I learned some fundementals and also I can clearly see there are so many things to learn. That is what should a beginner course do. Great job!”
Onur
5/5

“This course exceeded my expectations. I’m PMP certified and still found things to learn from this. I took this course to learn someone else’s perspective on managing projects….The course is very well organized and I think it would be perfect for a beginner because it gets to the point with exactly what a PM would need to know to get started.”

Kerri

This introductory course gives you what you need to run a straightforward project. The methods shown are real-world and practical, rather than aimed at passing a PM exam such as PMP or Prince2.

I’ve been running projects for over 20 years, managing around 200 in total. In that time I’ve learnt what works well but also made a few mistakes along the way. In this course I’ll be providing the information I wish I’d had when I started my career!

You’ll learn the fundamentals and key terminology of project management, as well as what makes a good Project Manager (PM). We explain the methods step-by-step, and how to put these into practice, using clear and concise language.

You’ll get content that has been produced by an experienced practicing PM, which has been reviewed by other project management experts to ensure the content is most relevant and high quality.

Why should I do this course?
• You have to run a project for the first time and don’t know where to start or how to approach it
• How is project management done in the real-world?
• You may be considering project management as a possible career option
• You are a manager who has to supervise someone delivering a project and needs to understand the process
• You are a beginner or inexperienced project manager wanting a basic refresher
• You are a student doing a PM module or course
• You want materials that are produced by practicing project managers rather than trainers or generic business experts

SECTION 1 – PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS
1.1 – Introduction and Overview
1.2 – What is a Project?
1.3 – Stakeholders
1.4 – Stages of a Project

SECTION 2 – START UP
2.1 – Section overview
2.2 – Business case
2.3 – Identifying stakeholders
2.4 – Documenting your Project

SECTION 3 – PREPARE
3.1 – Section overview
3.2 – Scoping and WBS
3.3 – Requirements
3.4 – Planning/Scheduling: Part 1 – Concepts
3.4 – Planning/Scheduling: Part 2 – Walkthrough
3.5 – Risk
3.6 – Resourcing
3.7 – Ready to Deliver

SECTION 4 – DELIVER
4.1 – Section overview
4.2 – Project delivery
4.3 – Quality Assurance
4.4 – Managing and Communicating

SECTION 5 – CLOSING
5.1 – Closing a Project

SECTION 6 – AND FINALLY
6.1 – Course Summary and Tips