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Project Management Online Course

£30.00 £36.00, inc. VAT

This Project Management training course has been designed to provide learners with a comprehensive introduction to project management.  The course is particularly useful to those who are new to project management or who wish to refresh their skills.

The course provides tips, guidance and downloadable worksheets to help you develop your project from initiation to project completion.

This course aims to give you the skills and confidence to deliver any project.


The course is:

Provided by a company that is an approved and accredited Training Provider authorised to deliver Project Management Courses and Qualifications

  • Course content designed and developed by qualified business professionals
  • Evidence of professional CPD
  • Certificate available to save/print upon course completion
  • Fully online course and assessment with no time limits
  • Full audio voiceover
  • Opportunity to pursue a formal CMI qualification
  • Approximate Duration: Half a day

Aims of the Project Management course

By the end of the course learners will be able to:

  • Define what a project is and the role of the project manager
  • Understand how to ensure Project success using the Project Triangle
  • Understand the different stages of a Project life cycle:
  •      Initiation Stage looking at the key documents to get your project authorised
  •      Project Planning Stage where you will familiarise yourself with the different project tools available
  •      Execution and Control Stage to get your project underway, manage issues and risk and keep the project on track
  •      Project Closure where you will bring the project to a successful conclusion
  • Use time management techniques to become more work efficient
  • Use stakeholder management techniques to deliver a more customer focused project approach

Course Content

1 Introduction

This section will provide an overview of delivering a project by

  • Defining what a Project is
  • Determining the Key Stakeholders in a project
  • Understanding the Project success criteria – The Project Triangle
  • Understanding the role of a Project Manager

2 Project Life Cycle Stages 1 & 2

This section will introduce you to the project life cycle – the key elements to delivering a successful project
Stage 1 Initiation – looks at

  • Business case
  • Scope statements
  • Acceptance criteria

Stage 2 Planning – looks at

  • Project tasking
  • Work breakdown structures
  • Dependencies and Scheduling
  • PERT, Gantt, Network Diagrams
  • Critical Path

3 Project Life Cycle Stages 3 & 4

This section will introduce you to:
The 3rd and 4th stages of a Project Life Cycle
Stage 3 Execution and Control – looks at:

  • Progress monitoring and reporting
  • Managing people
  • Managing risk
  • Managing Issues
  • Change control

Stage 4 Closure – looks at:

  • Project closure report
  • Documentation and transfer of the project
  • Lessons learned

4 Key tips to success ‘Maintaining Progress’

This section will introduce you to:
Practical tips to help deliver the project more effectively and avoid potential project pitfalls
Tips include
Improved Time Management and tasking Stakeholder Management


The online assessment is taken on completion of the training material. You will be asked 10 multiple choice questions with a pass mark of 70%. The answers are marked automatically so that you’ll instantly know whether you passed. If you don’t pass don’t worry – you can go through the assessment as many times as you need with no extra cost.

Completion of the course will contribute toward your CPD continual professional development – you will be able to print/save your training certificate.

On successful completion of the assessment you have the opportunity to pursue a further formal CMI national qualification.

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