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Project Management - Nottingham

Host: East Midlands Chamber
Venue: Nottingham Office
Date: Tuesday 11th December, 2018
Time: 9.30am - 16.30pm
Cost: Member £245 + VAT - Non Member £350 + VAT


Project Management



This one day highly focused, fast-paced, and enjoyable workshop will use a balance of tutor input, discussion and case studies to gain maximum information retention. Each of the project management techniques identified will be unpacked enabling you to understand how they work, how you can apply them and how they might assist those around you.

Course programme in detail



• Defining Project Management
• Project Life Cycle
• Planning the Project
• Developing achievable schedules
• Techniques that can help the planning process including brainstorming, mind mapping and developing creativity
• Work Breakdown Structure
• Control Techniques such as PERT, Critical Path Analysis and Gantt Charts
• Management Techniques
• Evaluation of the project

Course outcome



By the end of the workshop delegates will understand the Project management life cycle and know how each part of the cycle is used to ensure project success. Delegates will be able to develop the use of techniques to help plan the project. They will understand how to manage risk & key stakeholders in the project completion phase and know how to evaluate project success and develop "lessons learnt" lists to help with future projects.

Who should attend



This workshop is a must for anyone who is responsible for managing and/or controlling projects; it will benefit individuals, teams and organisations. Delegates will gain skills in planning, monitoring and controlling projects so that the stated objectives can be achieved

Course delivery



This course is delivered from the Chambers modern training facilities and is limited to a maximum of 12 delegates. Lunch and refreshments are provided as part of this course. Please note, there is no requirement for delegates to bring any stationery or IT equipment unless otherwise stated in the joining instructions.

About the trainer



Lindsay Judge, the course leader for this workshop, has a wealth of industry experience and over ten years' management training experience. He will ensure that all delegates have the opportunity to acquire practical, hands-on skills that can easily be translated into increased workplace efficiency.

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