Basics of Project Management (for support staff) CPD
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This informative workshop will enable you to effectively employ the basic principles of project management. You will gain an overview of project management, an understanding of the importance of your role, an awareness of some of the key issues and terminology and practical tools and tips to improve your performance as project support staff. Equipped with these skills, you will be able to confidently manage the day-to-day issues when working on projects.
Ayo Alegbeleye has over 30 years of Project Management experience in high profile environments including the British Library and Tower Hamlets Council. He has been training in PM for over 9 years.
Support staff (non-managerial).
Basic Grasp of the English Language.
What will I learn?
What is a Project / what is Project Management in the NHS?
- What is a project?
- What is project management?
- Identifying factors which hinder the success of projects you support
- Roles of a Project manager
Understand the project objectives
- Understanding project context
- Identifying stakeholders
- Understanding the project objectives,
- Obtaining a clear brief of your objectives and deadlines
Learn planning techniques
- Product based planning
Project Implementation and Control
- Control a project
- Meeting timelines for yourself and other members of the team
- Tracking deliverables and reporting progress
- Understanding the Risk Management process
Teaching and Assessment
- Classroom based exercises.
- Observation and questions and answering sessions
APM Project Fundamentals Study Guide
- Be a more effective project team member
- Develop the skills needed to prioritise your workload to serve project needs.
- Clarify the roles and responsibilities of the key people involved in a project
- Consider your roles and responsibilities as a project member
- Understand planning, scheduling and monitoring tools and techniques
- Monitor identified risks associated with a project