Are you looking for training materials to deliver a course in project management skills? If so, we’ve got some exciting news for you.
These project management training course materials can be used by anyone that wants to deliver their own training courses on project management. The content is easy to use. And, no previous experience is required.
These training course materials will help develop the project management skills of your audience and ensure that you will deliver a successful project management training course.
This course is designed to be delivered to managers, team leaders, supervisors and front line staff.
Upon completion of this training course in project management skills, your participants will be able to:
– Identify the main obstacles.
– Understand the project management process.
– Understand a range of project management tools and techniques.
– Build an effective project management process.
– Explain the benefits of managing projects.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.
Defining a project – This course starts with a discussion on how to define a project. Next, the content explores the central characteristics of all successful projects.
Roles & responsibilities – This section looks at the roles and responsibilities that are needed to achieve project success. The following roles are discussed in detail:
– Project Team
– Team Structure
– Project Steering Committee
– Finance Administrator
– Communication Administrator
– Documentation Administrator
– Schedule Administrator
– Support Systems Administrator
– Quality Administrator
Phases – Although every project can be different, there are many aspects that can be captured into project phases. Use this section to explore the key phases of initiation objectives, planning tasks and generating expert advice. You will then be able to explain tasks (the network diagram) and aspects like Critical Path and resources. The content continues by looking at, what are commonly known as, milestones or millstones.
The schedule – The materials then focus on the schedule and explores key aspects like project budget, budget sections and budget variance.
Planning & contingency – In this section, use the materials to explore how to manage expectations. Then, you will be able to explore how to check the plan. And, to then look at key aspects like execution and documentation.
Monitoring & controlling – The content explores the critical aspect of project metrics and change control so as to help participants achieve project closure.
Why some projects fail – To help prepare participants for future project success, this final section looks at why some projects can sometimes fail.
You will receive a 97-page facilitator manual and 80-page customizable participant manual. This participant manual has been created in Microsoft Word for easy customization. And, it also contains all exercises, tests and further reading required.
The support materials also include 84 Powerpoint slides for easy delivery.
Also available are 14 Expert Training Guides that have been created to assist in the delivery of this course.
“The Oak materials have provided us with an enormously useful package that has expanded our capacity to address the needs of leaders and emerging leaders, especially in the field of education, where there is a dearth of training opportunities in the skills and techniques of leadership and management. I can report that I have used them in re-developed format when coaching new and early stage educational leaders as well as at a 2-day symposium for the same levels of leadership. The response from these people has been enthusiastic and grateful for the insights provided.”
Director Professional Performance Australia
“I have been using a number of Oak materials for quite some time. I found the content great with comprehensive details
This is a well-structured series relevant to today’s HR professional. Information is well organized and easy to understand. Having the information available online speeds up cycle time and increases flexibility. Overall a welcome addition to any HR managers toolkit.”
Director of Human Resources