Benefits of Project Management Training:
• Project management is essentially the practice of turning ideas into reality. Learning how the pros plan, budget, prioritize, and execute projects will help you do the same in your personal and professional life.
• Project management training will teach you the importance of time and setting of goals and objectives. You will be able to prioritize these goals as well assist you making great use of your time.
• Give you an edge: Project management is an in-demand skill. Industries such as engineering, healthcare, financial services, technology, and law require people who have a high level of organizational and leadership skills. Skills that project managers are trained to develop.
• You will know the remaining resources and needs of the company. This could be in the form of time, money or manpower. You can make use of project management training to help you determine how to estimate the resources that you will need in future projects and set realistic budgets.
• Improve the quality of work: Knowing how to take a project through to completion will not only make for a less stressful experience, but it will also improve the quality of your work and thus leave you more satisfied.
• You will learn how to produce documents for review. Every step before, during and on completion of the project should be documented. This will ensure a solid record that you can refer to or verify during review. Project management training will provide you with the skills that you need in producing well documented project completion proofs.
• With project management training you can work better with information systems. Project management is not done manually – in this day and age! You can already make use of several applications and programs to keep track of the milestones and progress of your projects. Project management training will show you how to work around them without creating much steeper learning curve, especially to those people who do not have great knowledge of computers or are not comfortable using them.
Upon successful completion of the Project Management diploma program, the graduate, should be able to;
• Assume responsibility as a professional practitioner of project management, applying PM principles and practices while maintaining high standards of practice, making ethical judgments and decisions in a respectful, and sustaining professional standing through a commitment to lifelong learning.
• Demonstrate effective use of written, verbal, and nonverbal communication, use industry terminology, write a variety of Project Management documents and plans, apply processes required to manage the communications of a project (including appropriate and timely management of project information), and use of technology appropriate to the task.
• Practice interpersonal skills to manage the human resources of a project including organizing, managing and leading the project team, using effective strategies to influence others, manage conflict, and leads teams to successful project completion
• Apply the generally recognized framework and good practices of project management within the frameworks of; the project management lexicon; organizational influences; operations; strategic planning; portfolios; programs; project life cycles; and project management cycles.
• Apply Project Management processes to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close projects and to coordinate all the elements of the project. Manage projects effectively including the management of scope, time, costs, and quality, ensuring satisfying the needs for which the project was undertaken.
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