How to get training course materials on project management
Have you ever wished that you could get access all the course materials needed to run your own project management training courses?
Well, that’s the logic behind these course materials from Oak Innovation.
We know that most business managers and professional trainers dread the time needed to develop training materials from scratch — basically the time and effort required to research, develop and create all the slides and manuals that are needed.
And, then there is the requirement to arrange this content in a way that will improve the project management skills of all potential participants e.g., line managers, supervisors and line staff.
What training professionals and business managers should know about delivering these project management training course materials
When it comes to project management training courses, practical course content is everything.
If the content doesn’t lead to new skills or learning, people won’t think twice about not applying the knowledge received.
In fact, practical and easy-to-use course content is a win for your participants. And, a win for your role as a manager or training professional that wants to deliver this course.
Use these materials to help your participants to discover the latest project management trends. And, share how top professionals are using best practices project management skills to effectively manage projects within their companies.
This course content covers the following areas:
Defining a project – Start the course by defining what is a project. And, examine the central characteristics of all successful projects.
Roles & responsibilities – Next, explore 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 – First, explore the key phases of initiation objectives. Then, explore planning tasks and generating expert advice. And, discuss tasks (the network diagram) and key aspects like Critical Path and resources. End this section by examining at milestones.
The schedule – Now, explore to the project schedule. And, examine key aspects like project budget, budget sections and budget variance.
Planning & contingency – Next, discuss how to manage expectations and how to check the plan. Then, examine key project management areas like execution and documentation.
Monitoring & controlling – Explore project metrics and change control to achieve project closure.
Why some projects fail – End this course by examining why some projects can fail.
At the end of this course your participants will be able to:
– Identify 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
What you get
You will instantly receive the following training course materials to deliver your own project management training courses:
- 97 page facilitator manual
- 80 page participant manual
- 84 powerpoint slides
- Practical exercises
- Further reading
- Course evaluation form
- Action plan
Bonus free training materials available
You will also receive the following free training guides:
- How to use icebreakers
- How to use training games
- How to improve listening skills
- How to improve questioning skills
- How to select materials
- How to increase participation
- How to deal with difﬁcult people
- How to evaluate training courses
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“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.”
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