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Accredited Project Management Diploma for Project Manager

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Overview

Accredited Project Management Diploma for Project Manager

Embark on a comprehensive journey to mastery in project management with our Accredited Project Management Diploma. This course is meticulously crafted to equip you with a profound understanding of essential project management aspects, including setting up a Project Management Office, defining project goals and scope, conducting risk assessments, and effectively allocating resources.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the role and structure of a Project Management Office in project management.
  • Learn the process of defining clear and achievable project goals in project management.
  • Master the art of conducting thorough risk assessments in project management.
  • Develop the skill to define and manage project scope effectively in project management.
  • Gain expertise in allocating and managing project resources efficiently in project management.

Key Employment Opportunities:

  • Project Management Consultant - £85,000/Year
  • Product Owner - £77,000/Year
  • Project Manager - £70,000/Year
  • Project Coordinator - £41,000/Year

More Benefits:

  • Assignment Feedback on Project management
  • Free Digital Reed Certificate on Accredited Project Management Diploma

Curriculum

2
sections
110
lectures
6h 24m
total
    • 1: Project management: Programme Overview - Project Management 01:27
    • 2: Project management: Course Manual - Project Management 2:01:00 PDF
    • 3: Project management: Introduction to Project Management 13:43
    • 4: Project management: The Project Phases 06:05
    • 5: Project management: Project Management Office (PMO) 03:26
    • 6: Project management: Introduction to the Project Initiation Phase 01:54
    • 7: Project management: Elements of the Project Initiation Phase 02:12
    • 8: Project management: Defining Project Goals 05:16
    • 9: Project management: Creating a Business Case 08:18
    • 10: Project management: Doing Project Feasibility Study 06:45
    • 11: Project management: Doing Risk Assessment 03:08
    • 12: Project management: Creating Project Charter 03:38
    • 13: Project management: Listing the Stakeholders 02:00
    • 14: Project management: Introduction to the Project Planning Phase 01:53
    • 15: Project management: Elements of the Project Planning Phase 02:33
    • 16: Project management: Defining Project Scope 06:16
    • 17: Project management: Project Plan and Schedule 03:42
    • 18: Project management: Gantt Chart 03:03
    • 19: Project management: Creating Communication Plan 03:06
    • 20: Project management: Setting a Budget 02:25
    • 21: Project management: Defining Roles and Responsibilities 02:48
    • 22: Project management: Introduction to the Project Execution Phase 01:26
    • 23: Project management: Elements of the Project Execution Phase 04:02
    • 24: Project management: Allocating Project Resources 02:21
    • 25: Project management: Developing Products or Process 02:37
    • 26: Project management: Check Status and Track the Project 02:34
    • 27: Project management: Setting KPIs 02:32
    • 28: Project management: Ensuring Quality 02:50
    • 29: Project management: Forecasting 02:15
    • 30: Project management: Meetings and Troubleshooting 02:36
    • 31: Project management: Introduction to the Project Monitoring and Controlling Phase 01:32
    • 32: Project management: Elements of the Project Monitoring and Controlling Phase 02:10
    • 33: Project management: Tracking Effort and Cost 02:31
    • 34: Project management: Monitoring Project Progress 02:26
    • 35: Project management: Ensuring Adherence 02:24
    • 36: Project management: Preventing any Chance for Disruption 02:37
    • 37: Project management: Introduction to the Project Closing Phase 01:24
    • 38: Project management: Elements of the Project Closing Phase 01:58
    • 39: Project management: Handover of Deliverables 02:20
    • 40: Project management: Reviewing Project Deliverables 02:09
    • 41: Project management: Getting Project Results Approved 01:41
    • 42: Project management: Documenting Project Learnings 02:11
    • 43: Project management: Project Leadership 02:23
    • 44: Project management: Human Resource Management 02:31
    • 45: Project management: Public Relations Management 02:31
    • 46: Project management: Service Sector Management 02:32
    • 47: Project management: Cost Management 02:19
    • 48: Project management: Procurement Management 02:48
    • 49: Project management: Risk Management 02:22
    • 50: Project management: Performance Management 02:16
    • 51: Project management: Ethical Issues and Professionalism in Project Management 02:18
    • 52: Project management: Introduction to Agile 01:56
    • 53: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of Agile 01:11
    • 54: Project management: Key Agile Principles and Concepts 02:15
    • 55: Project management: Agile Terminologies 01:59
    • 56: Project management: Getting started with Agile 01:40
    • 57: Project management: Career in Agile 01:43
    • 58: Project management: Professional Agile Leadership (PAL I) 01:38
    • 59: Project management: Agile Leadership - Evidence Based Management (PAL-EBM) 01:58
    • 60: Project management: Introduction to Scrum 01:34
    • 61: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of Scrum 01:07
    • 62: Project management: Key Scrum Principles and Concepts 02:00
    • 63: Project management: Scrum Terminologies 01:48
    • 64: Project management: Getting started with Scrum 02:44
    • 65: Project management: Career in Scrum 03:13
    • 66: Project management: Introduction to Kanban 01:30
    • 67: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of Kanban 01:44
    • 68: Project management: Key Kanban Principles and Concepts 01:30
    • 69: Project management: Kanban Terminologies 01:51
    • 70: Project management: Getting started with Kanban 02:01
    • 71: Project management: Career in Kanban 01:17
    • 72: Project management: Introduction to Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) 01:22
    • 73: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of SAFe 01:44
    • 74: Project management: Key SAFe Principles and Concepts 01:51
    • 75: Project management: SAFe Terminologies 01:41
    • 76: Project management: Getting started with SAFe 02:02
    • 77: Project management: Career in SAFe 02:17
    • 78: Project management: Introduction to Jira 02:12
    • 79: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of Jira 01:22
    • 80: Project management: Key Jira Principles and Concepts 01:39
    • 81: Project management: Jira Terminologies 01:49
    • 82: Project management: Getting started with Jira 01:42
    • 83: Project management: Career in Jira 01:33
    • 84: Project management: Introduction to PRINCE2 01:48
    • 85: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of PRINCE2 01:41
    • 86: Project management: Key PRINCE2 Principles and Concepts 02:17
    • 87: Project management: PRINCE2 Terminologies 01:37
    • 88: Project management: Getting started with PRINCE2 02:06
    • 89: Project management: Career in PRINCE2 01:24
    • 90: Project management: Introduction to Oracle Primavera 01:14
    • 91: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of Oracle Primavera 03:09
    • 92: Project management: Key Oracle Primavera Principles and Concepts 02:14
    • 93: Project management: Oracle Primavera Terminologies 01:52
    • 94: Project management: Getting started with Oracle Primavera 02:00
    • 95: Project management: Career in Oracle Primavera 01:31
    • 96: Project management: Introduction to Trello 01:22
    • 97: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of Trello 01:34
    • 98: Project management: Key Trello Principles and Concepts 02:02
    • 99: Project management: Trello Terminologies 01:17
    • 100: Project management: Getting started with Trello 01:50
    • 101: Project management: Career in Trello 01:40
    • 102: Project management: Introduction to TILOS 01:25
    • 103: Project management: Uses, Pros, and Cons of TILOS 01:52
    • 104: Project management: Key TILOS Principles and Concepts 01:39
    • 105: Project management: TILOS Terminologies 01:59
    • 106: Project management: Getting started with TILOS 01:37
    • 107: Project management: Career in TILOS 02:31
    • 108: Project management: The Project Management Institute (PMI) 02:43
    • 109: Project management: Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 02:40
    • 110: Assignment Instructions 01:00

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Description

Key Modules from Accredited Project Management Diploma:

  • Project Management Office: Explore the functions, benefits, and best practices for establishing and running a Project Management Office.

  • Defining Project Goals: Learn how to set clear, measurable, and attainable goals for successful project outcomes in project management.

  • Doing Risk Assessment: Master the techniques of identifying, analyzing, and mitigating risks in project management.

  • Defining Project Scope: Understand the importance of accurately defining project scope to ensure project objectives are met within constraints in project management.

  • Allocating Project Resources: Gain insights into effective resource allocation strategies, including budgeting, scheduling, and resource optimization in project management.


Other Key Modules of This Accredited Project Management Diploma Include:

  • Project Plan and Schedule
  • Developing Products or Process
  • And, Many More …

Who is this course for?

This Accredited Project Management Diploma Program is designed for anyone keen on mastering Project Management skills. This course is particularly useful for:

  • Project Manager
  • Project Management Consultant

This Accredited Project Management Diploma will also help you if you choose to further progress your career in the following courses:

  • Level 3 Certificate in Project management
  • Level 4 Certificate in Project management
  • Level 5 Certificate in Project management
  • Level 3 Diploma in Project management
  • Level 4 Diploma in Project management
  • Level 5 Diploma in Project management
  • Level 6 Advanced Diploma in Project management
  • Level 7 Masters Diploma in Project management
  • Level 3 Diploma in Project Management Practice
  • Level 4 Diploma in Project Management Practice
  • Level 5 Diploma in Project Management Practice
  • Level 6 Certificate in Project Management
  • Level 6 Diploma in Project Management Practice
  • Level 6 Certificate in Project Management
  • Level 7 Diploma in Project Management Practice
  • Level 3 Diploma in Project Management for IT
  • Diploma in Project Management for Healthcare
  • Diploma in Project Management for Education
  • Diploma in Project Management for the Public Sector

Requirements

This Accredited Project Management Diploma is open to all.

Career path

  • Project Management Consultant
  • Project Management Assistant
  • Project Management Officer
  • Project Management Assessor
  • Project Management Specialist
  • Project Management support

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