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Project Management

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Project Management

Project Management

Course Overview

Project Management is a skill central to the work and success of all organisations.
Ensuring that projects are well informed, efficient, flexible and useful – while also yielding the desired results – is both incredibly challenging and, potentially, extremely rewarding.

Discover the art of planning a project head-to-toe, how to identify any risks you may come across and how to factor all of this into your budget. Master the art of Project Management with our online training and become one of the most valuable people in your company – you won’t regret it.
In this course you will learn:

• Different approaches, including PMI framework and PRINCE2 methodology
• How to define a project and assess risk
• About using milestones, setting budgets and using quality measures
• Engaging and getting the most out of stakeholders
• How to plan, schedule, estimate and resource a project
• To close, deploy and launch your completed project

More about us:

• We have nearly a million students
• Our training is personal. Use the filter to show you which parts of the course to skip.
• Our platform is award-winning and always improving. We work with our authors to ensure our courses are up to date.
• All of our courses are certificated on completion – most of our Business Courses are alsoCPD Accredited. 

If you are not 100% happy with your EwB Project Management course, you have 30 days to exchange or refund.
About the author:

Brett Topham has over 15 years of experience in contract and project management and has been a Project Management Professional (PMP®) since 2004. He has worked in a variety of roles in project/program management, procurement, contract management, and portfolio management. Mr. Topham served as the Deputy Account Lead with responsibility for a +$70M (annual) portfolio of U.S. Federal contracts, capturing and reporting financial data from all operations and projects; providing oversight, review, and approval of proposals and change requests; consolidating and presenting financial performance reports for senior management.

Don A. Cox has been a Project Management Professional (PMP®) since 1999, and has more than thirty years experience in successful integration and implementation of large-scale IT systems in both the public and private sectors. Mr. Cox has successfully managed multi-year programs and projects ranging from $70M to more than $650M.
Section 1: Overview

Unit 1.1 - Introduction

Unit 1.2 - A Brief Discussion on Project Management and How it Began

Unit 1.3 - The "Book Ends" of the Project Management Process

Unit 1.4 - Various Project Management Frameworks / Life Cycles

Unit 1.5 - Section Plenary

Section 2: Preparation

Unit 2.1 - The High Level Organisation Structure of a Project

Unit 2.2 - Project Definition

Unit 2.3 - Initial Stakeholder Analysis

Unit 2.4 - Section Plenary

Section 3: Planning

Unit 3.1 - Management Processes - Adding Discipline without Bureaucracy 

Unit 3.2 - Developing a Project Schedule

Unit 3.3 - Identifying and Assigning Project Resources

Unit 3.4 - Section Plenary

Section 4: Performance

Unit 4.1 - Project Team Management

Unit 4.2 - Directing and Controlling Project Work

Unit 4.3 - A Project Manager's Soft Skills

Unit 4.4 - Section Plenary

Section 5: Closure

Unit 5.1 - Deliverable Verification

Unit 5.2 - Project / Phase Closure

Unit 5.3 - Section & Course Plenary