All projects rely on precise and effective teamwork for their success, yet each project also has a unique set of managerial challenges. The CPD in Project Management is perfect for anyone involved in workplace projects. Providing an exploration of all aspects of the project management life cycle, from initiation and planning through to execution and closure, you’ll learn how to manage for successful project outcomes.
Course 1: Fundamentals of Project Management
The basics of project management can help you get things done at home and at work. This course will familiarize you with the most common terms and practices of project management.
Course 2: Intermediate Project Management
Project management is not just for certain industries or job titles. Most of us are expected to complete assignments that are not a usual part of our job and to get the job done well, within a budget, and on time. This course will share some project management techniques that can help you achieve your goals. We recommend that you complete “Project Management Fundamentals” before beginning this course.
Course 3: Advanced Project Management
It’s easy to forget the “manager” part of your “project manager” title amongst all the activity during a project. However, it is crucial that you hone your management skills as they are an important part of your success as a project manager. There are also some advanced project management techniques that you can master to bring your projects to the next level.
Course 4: Negotiating for Results
Whether you’re negotiating a big deal with lots of money on the table or trying to get your child to agree to a reasonable bedtime, the principles are the same. This course will give you the skills that you need to become a successful negotiator.
Course 5: Problem Solving and Decision Making
Despite all the natural decision making and problem solving that we do, some people are very uncomfortable with having to make decisions. This course will show you how to find creative solutions with a process to identify options, research them, and then put things together in a way that works.