Do you want to improve your knowledge of Project Management?

“The sooner you fall behind the more time you have to catch up” – Ogden’s Law

Are you involved with projects (or likely to get involved) and are bemused by all the jargon, would you like to improve your understanding of this core business technique?

If the answer is yes, then we have some courses that will help to improve your understanding of the disciplines and help you build your confidence to be part of a success team.

Here are some things that you probably didn’t know about project management:-

  • The world as a whole spends (2010) nearly USD10 trillion of its USD40.7 trillion gross product on projects of all kinds
  • More than sixteen million people regard project management as their profession
  • In their 2012 review Aspire Europe, who have the largest database of organisational maturity assessments in the world, found that on average, less than 30% of people involved in programme and project delivery held a formal qualification at any level.
  • UK Government major projects, in 2013, only 42% were expected to be delivered on time and within budget.

This is your chance to get ahead of the pack. We can offer you a number of options (in this very post and over the coming weeks) to get you up and running in project management.

Project Management Basics – introduction

This course provides you with the basic knowledge and concepts around project management. It covers all the key concepts and will provide you with increased confidence.

It is delivered with the assumption that you have minimal knowledge and we will provide you with plenty of insight and short cuts to be able you to blag with the best.

We will also throw in our 10 hour Project Management fundamentals i-learning course so you have your secret stash of information to check out when you need to.

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