Have you been looking for a course in project management?
Do you have doubts about the features to look out for?
You are not alone!
Professionals know that they need to enrol in project management training but they get stuck when it comes to what to look out for.
In the next few lines, we’ll take a look at what a good project management training should have before you can enrol for one.
- Time management module – Here, you will learn how to identify the procedure for appraising activity duration as well as how to determine the sequencing and objective of activity.
- Fundamentals of project management – This should cover how you can identify the characteristics and features of a project. You will also discover how to determine the variables and steps involved in project management.
- Module on the components of a project – Here, you get to learn how to identify responsibilities, functions, and skills of a project manager. You also get to learn about environments – internal and external – as well as the power of stakeholders, and the elements that are needed to control a project team.
The benefits of team building should also be covered in this section.
- Resource identification – This is where you learn how to not only understand but allocate resources as well as the types of resources to assign.
You will discover the methods for establishing costs while using activity and risk duration to amend cost estimates.
- Scope planning and project initiation – In this section, you will take you through the process of selection and commencement (initiation) as well as the elements of a project charter work.
This is where you will also learn how to recognize scope statements and statement of work as well as how to be familiar with scope documents to prevent scope creep.
Your aim and objective need to be covered in the modules or course description offered.
Ensure that it aligns with what you want to learn, so you can get the best out of the course.