Course code: EPPM - call 0845 071 2801
This e-learning package will allow you to pick up new skills in an easy to access and interactive format.
E-learning is very effective! There are animated case studies, exercises, documents you can complete and reuse. Finally, at the end of each module, you can complete an assessment which shows how you have progressed.
What will I learn?
By completing this e-learning package you will be able to:
- Understand what a project is, the people involved and the role you play
- Plan a project
- Initiate a project
- Monitor and close a project
What will it cover?
Organising and controlling projects
You've already managed, or are going to manage a project! But do you know what a "project" really is? We clarify the concept of a "project" by showing you the key people involved, the role that they play and the way in which they interact
Planning a project
Planning involves having an overview of a project's deadlines and costs, and anticipating any potential slippages. We will show you how to do this by presenting the tools and documents that you can use to plan your projects
Initiating a project
Are you wondering how to start your projects well? You will learn the three success factors for an effective project launch: how to define the content, assess the risks and organise communication
Executing, monitoring and closing a project
Monitoring and closure are often overlooked, despite being essential stages in bringing a project to fruition. You'll learn about tools and techniques you can use to monitor the progress of your projects and close them successfully.
You need around 45 minutes to complete a module, however, if you only want to review a specific point, you can go to it directly and spend about 15 minutes on a single section.
Everything has been designed to make the training process easier allowing you to learn at your own pace.
- Take a practical, rather than theoretical approach to the module
- Play a part in your own training by completing role play exercises
- Benefit from expert tips and advice
- Check out what you have learned by completing a final assessment
You can learn at your own pace. You can review part of a module several times or jump a section with a topic that you are already comfortable with.