Overview

The Project Management Workshop and Assignment can be completed either as stand alone ILM Unit or as part of the Leader@Lancaster programme.

The workshop is delivered over 2 full days, participants are required to commit to attend both days and to complete the assignment.

This workshop enables participants to gain the skills of Project Management and to plan projects, meet deadlines, interpret quality standards and plan to meet budget constraints. It provides an understanding of the nature of projects and skill development in the skills required when planning, monitoring and managing projects.

The workshop includes:

  • Definitions of projects, types of project and the project lifecycle
  • Stakeholders - analysis and commitment
  • Project Planning
  • Priorities, Risks and issues
  • Planning tools
  • IT solutions
  • Monitoring and controlling projects
  • Communications
  • Links to change management
  • Project closure
  • Characteristics of Project Managers and Project Team Members

Please note that there is a mandatory reflective assignment. 

Who is it for?

Staff who are responsible for leading and managing projects in the organisation.

Dates and Registration

‌‌‌Dates

Application form

 

The application process for the Project management module in October will close on the 7th September 2018 and for the Project Management module in March will close on 6th February 2019. Please mark the dates in your calendar to ensure you can attend if your place is confirmed.

For further infomation, please email OED.

Please read our information on cancellation charges and inclusivity within this programme. 

  • Overview

    Overview

    The Project Management Workshop and Assignment can be completed either as stand alone ILM Unit or as part of the Leader@Lancaster programme.

    The workshop is delivered over 2 full days, participants are required to commit to attend both days and to complete the assignment.

    This workshop enables participants to gain the skills of Project Management and to plan projects, meet deadlines, interpret quality standards and plan to meet budget constraints. It provides an understanding of the nature of projects and skill development in the skills required when planning, monitoring and managing projects.

    The workshop includes:

    • Definitions of projects, types of project and the project lifecycle
    • Stakeholders - analysis and commitment
    • Project Planning
    • Priorities, Risks and issues
    • Planning tools
    • IT solutions
    • Monitoring and controlling projects
    • Communications
    • Links to change management
    • Project closure
    • Characteristics of Project Managers and Project Team Members

    Please note that there is a mandatory reflective assignment. 

  • Who is it for?

    Who is it for?

    Staff who are responsible for leading and managing projects in the organisation.

  • Dates and Registration

    Dates and Registration

    ‌‌‌Dates

    Application form

     

    The application process for the Project management module in October will close on the 7th September 2018 and for the Project Management module in March will close on 6th February 2019. Please mark the dates in your calendar to ensure you can attend if your place is confirmed.

    For further infomation, please email OED.

    Please read our information on cancellation charges and inclusivity within this programme.