Are you managing Projects as well as you could be?



Course Title:  


What is a project?


The detailed arrangement of a series of activities required to transform a series of  target objectives into working reality.

With the objective of completing the task:

  • To the specified standards.
  • On time.
  • To budget.

How likely to succeed is the project?

It depends!

This series of courses forces you to examine:

  1. Is there pressure for change – is this internally or externally driven?
  2. Do the people leading the project have the necessary vision?
  3. Are the people involved competent to take on the project?
  4. Is there a culture of project management within the organisation?
  5. Is there a W.I.F.M. factor? (What’s in it for me!) to motivate the interested parties?


How long  does the course last?

Duration :   1/2 ;  1  or  2 days – it depends on your needs!

This highly practical series of courses are individually tailored to the client’s needs and provides the attendees with all the essential skills, tools and techniques that they will  need to manage a project.

The course concentrates on the practical techniques that can be applied directly in their own workplace.

The courses are focused on exploring the fundamental principles of successful project management and incorporate a number of easy to apply, effective tools and techniques.

These techniques when applied in the workplace, will allow the attendees to become more confident and competent in managing a project.

A number of easy to use checklists and templates are also provided.

What skills will they have at the end?

A taster of project management

At end of the course, participants will have:

  • Knowledge of organisational behaviour issues that impact on project success.
  • Knowledge of feasibility and risk management.
  • Knowledge of project planning and control techniques to complete projects on time and to budget.
  • Understanding of  the key factors involved in forming and managing successful project teams
  • Understanding of the application of motivational theories that enable project teams to perform.
  • Understanding of the communication management and project reporting techniques required to ensure successful project completion.

Typical Course content

(Content would be modified for 2,  1 and 1/2 day courses to suit client needs).

A typical programme for a course would be : 

Project Management 1 day course syllabus

Session plan for Project Planning and control 2 day version



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