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Project Management – Learn All Process Groups & Knowledge Areas Online Training Course


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Price
£189 inc VAT
Or £63.00/mo. for 3 months... Read more
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
18 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Project Management – Learn All Process Groups & Knowledge Areas Online Training Course

  • 18+ Hours OF HD VIDEOS
  • Verifiable CERTIFICATION
  • Practical SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
  • Accelerate YOUR CAREER
  • Lifetime Access 24*7 Unlimited Access
  • Access through any device
  • Technical support
  • Mobile App Access

Project Management

Project management is a discipline within business administration that makes use of tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a particular undertaking that we call a project. A project can be defined as a temporary undertaking that moves towards attaining a particular goal or objective to bring about improvements or changes or a new product or service altogether, within a fixed business structure.

Rewinding to the Past

Started in 1950s, project management was officially designated as a systematic approach to put into action the tasks and plans that were created to achieve a certain project objective. Every project was looked at with a certain set assumptions and the approach was standardized throughout the industries. This was the traditional project management approach that suggested there would be no change to the plans once they were finalized and no changes or risks encountered further on. This was a very rigid process for project management as within businesses it was quite difficult to avoid different factors affecting the project in some way or the other.

As the years passed by, many different notions and methodologies came into existence, making project management a more flexible system to help project managers achieve success with their undertakings.

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Project Management – Learn All Process Groups & Knowledge Areas Online Training Course

Project Management

Project management is a discipline within business administration that makes use of tools and techniques to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a particular undertaking that we call a project. A project can be defined as a temporary undertaking that moves towards attaining a particular goal or objective to bring about improvements or changes or a new product or service altogether, within a fixed business structure.

Rewinding to the Past

Started in 1950s, project management was officially designated as a systematic approach to put into action the tasks and plans that were created to achieve a certain project objective. Every project was looked at with a certain set assumptions and the approach was standardized throughout the industries. This was the traditional project management approach that suggested there would be no change to the plans once they were finalized and no changes or risks encountered further on. This was a very rigid process for project management as within businesses it was quite difficult to avoid different factors affecting the project in some way or the other.

As the years passed by, many different notions and methodologies came into existence, making project management a more flexible system to help project managers achieve success with their undertakings.

Who is this course for?

  • Project team member
  • New project manager
  • Associate or assistant manager for projects
  • Project engineer
  • Software developer
  • Specialist executive
  • Quality/Business analyst
  • Student aspiring to take up project management
  • Product manager
  • Production manager
  • Team leader

Requirements

  • Keen interest in project management
  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Passion to learn

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