CPD Project Management Courses

CPD Project Management Courses

23 Apr 2021

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Established in 1996, The CPD Certification Service is the largest and leading independent CPD accreditation organisation working across all industry sectors. On the CPD website we display thousands of CPD courses and events from professional CPD providers across all industries that are suitable for individual Continuing Professional Development requirements.

CPD Courses in Project Management

We have a number of CPD providers that work within the project management sector and who provide project management courses. In summary, project management is the process to deliver specific objectives within a set of outlined parameters. Project management requires a specific set of skills, knowledge and expertise to ensure a deliverable is successful within a defined period of time.

The scope of a project is typically defined within a project documentation, which also provides the time in which the project should take and how much budget is available to complete the tasks. Project management can be completed either as part of a larger team or can be a project completed by one individual. The scope can vary simply on the size of the project.

The Project Management Institute explains that the project management process falls into five groups; initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and closing.

Role of a Project Manager

A project manager plays a critical role in the success of a project. A project manager role is required in many different industries and the skills are often transferable. Whether you work for an engineering company or within a marketing department, a project managers has a set of skills that are invaluable and transferable to many businesses.

What is the Best Project Management Course?

Understanding what the best project management course is for you will depend on what you are looking to learn and what you are wanting to get out of your career in the long run. For instance, if you are already in a project management role, you may simply be looking to gain a deeper understanding of the role itself, your particular industry, or possibly learn more advanced project management skills. In this case an advanced Project Management course may be most suitable for you. However, if you are looking to improve specific personal skills, such as improving your general communication skills or team management, a more generic project management course may be more suitable for your requirements.

Why should I Take a Project Management Course?

If you are researching into why should I take a project management course, whether you are a practising project manager or not, the skills required in this role are highly transferable to many different industries and job functions. Project management is an extremely sought-after skill and certainly worth considering as a future, or ongoing career. The ability to run teams, manage budgets, plan, communicate with stakeholders and senior staff, and deliver projects within time constraints are critical to all successful businesses.

Search for CPD Project Management Courses

If you are looking for project management courses to advance your skills or learn new project management methods, please take a look at some of the CPD project management courses are providers have available. Project management courses we have currently available on the CPD website include; Transitioning to a Project Management Role by BICSI, Project Management Basics by Go Skills Limited, and Advanced Project Management Course by The University of the South Pacific, Project Management Workshops by The Industry School. See the full range of available courses here.

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We hope this article was helpful. If you are a training company or events organiser in the project management field, please contact us to discuss the opportunity of becoming an accredited CPD provider.

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