There are many expensive, over-complicated project management courses in the market today that fail to teach the basic behaviours and communication techniques required for managing projects successfully.
This course is not that.
With this one-day Basics of Project Management course you get an introduction to the profession of project management and an overview of its terminology, practices and approaches - perfect if you are looking to change career or are being asked to manage small projects for the first time.
Proven techniques for project success are combined with practical examples and a trainer who will share real experiences of what it is like to plan and deliver a project, as well as including lessons learned when things haven’t gone to plan.
This is a great value course that will equip would-be project managers with the leadership, planning, communication and engagement skills needed for success.
It will be an enjoyable day, with structured discussion and tasks, plus the opportunity to meet like-minded professionals and grill your trainer! Classes are kept small to ensure you get individualised attention.
We look forward to helping take your next steps into the world of project management.
For more information and to register, click here.Facilitated by: Colin Ellis
|Date:||Tuesday 23 September, 2014|
|Time:||8:30am for a 9:00am start|
|Venue:||ACS Pearcey Room, Southbank |
|Cost:||ACS Members - $599.00|
Non-Members - $699.00
Colin is from Liverpool in the UK and has almost 20 years of project and program management experience across multiple sectors in the UK, New Zealand and Australia.
He has his own business which is dedicated to putting the simplicity back into project management; focussing on fit for purpose approaches and ensuring that the next generation of project managers are equipped with the leadership and social interaction skills necessary to succeed.
A popular public speaker, trainer and coach, Colin is based in Melbourne but frequently travels around the country and across the Tasman to NZ.
Colin in married with two children and despite being 17,000km from ‘home’ his love of soccer (and Everton in particular) shows no sign of abating.