Description: Further training in project management
In the further training in project management, you will receive the concentrated know-how that you need for your successful project management. With the most important methods and tools, you will be able to start your projects professionally in the future, plan them with structure with or without a project management system and control them competently. You will learn agile techniques to lead your team confidently and to keep time, costs and risks under control with good organisational management. Get your projects to the finish line efficiently with the further training in project management, secure your competitive advantage and keep an overview of your project landscapes at all times!
Contents: Continuing education Project Manager
Basics of project management
What does project management involve?
Phases and sub-projects in project management
Knowing forms of project organisation
Mastering project standards
Starting point of a successful project
Obtain project mandate and fill it with life
Understand project goals and scope
Who are the stakeholders of the project?
Project planning: with a plan to the desired result...
Define project content and scope
Draw up a project schedule and timetable
Plan costs and staffing
Set up risk analysis
Define project goals and milestones
Project implementation and project control
Project kick-off event
Forming and leading project teams
Stakeholder management and marketing
Dealing with complexity in projects
Exercising project controlling
Ensuring project documentation
Anticipate changes in the course of the project
Monitor threats with early warning indicators
Reporting project results
Project closure and follow-up
Debrief project staff on lessons learned
Giving and asking for feedback on project management
Ensure project experience for the company
Quality management after project work
Your benefit: Project Manager Training
Project work has become an integral part of everyday life in most companies. With competences in the area of agile project management, you will make yourself a sought-after project manager in your environment and a guarantor for project success. After participating in the further training in project management, you will be able to:
Competently start, plan and implement projects
form and lead project teams in the role of a manager
Exercise control and reduce risks
Manage stakeholders and bring projects to the finish line
Methodology and didactics: Project management training
In this further training in project management, you will benefit from a varied set of methods. After initial input from our lecturer on project management methodology, you will enter into an exchange of experience with the other seminar participants. You will have the opportunity to apply the project management techniques in practical exercises and receive feedback afterwards. Our project management training is rounded off by individual and group work, which is always moderated by the trainer in order to reflect on your knowledge. With the appropriate information material, you can review what you have learned at home after the project management seminar.
Target group: Project management training
Complex tasks in companies have to be solved across departments and hierarchies. Agile project management is an unbeatable tool in such situations. Whether engineers, employees in marketing, electrical engineering or executives on upper floors - the further training in project management is aimed at all people, regardless of their qualifications, who have to
have to process customer orders reliably and on time
want to deal with internal enquiries quickly and meaningfully
need to develop products or services in a cost-saving and market-oriented manner.
Accordingly, the further training in project management addresses those who are responsible for the success of projects as project managers, taking into account the limited resources of time and budget. Both managers and specialists are equally invited to participate in this course.
Further training in project management as a company seminar
Would you like to hold the project management training in your company as an in-house course? That is of course possible! We would be happy to prepare an individual offer that meets your content priorities, your specified time frame and other wishes. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Why is it so important to attend the further training in project management?
Building up competence in the field of project management with the help of our training courses will quickly pay off for you and your company in economic terms. The motives and results of using the project management method are numerous and convincing: reducing costs, ensuring adherence to deadlines, reducing risks, quality management (QM) and assurance or shortening lead times. Without the use of a large toolbox of project management know-how and a process-based approach (Scrum), you will consume resources in your project that would be more sensibly invested elsewhere in your department or company and experience unnecessary friction losses. Occupational health and safety management can also be coordinated with professional project management.
Which project phases are differentiated in further education project management?
Project management (PM) is characterised by its very structured and agile implementation. The individual course of a project depends on various factors such as content, scope, duration and the composition of the team. In addition, different stakeholders are always involved and their decisions have a significant influence on every phase of a project. However, in our further training in project management, the following essential project phases can be distinguished, which will be taught to you as a participant:
Execution & Control
What does the work of a project manager consist of, according to the further training in project management?
Basically and in general, the task of a project manager is to ensure the success of a project by means of leadership. Here, one has to work with fixed circumstances: usually time is short and the budget is limited. During the course of the project, the work consists of leading the team, reducing the complexity of the tasks and monitoring the progress of the project, for example using MS Project.
As the project management progresses, unforeseen events often occur: conflicts can arise within the team on the relationship or issue level, risks can have their effect unexpectedly or stakeholders do not meet milestones. In such cases, the project manager has to demonstrate creativity and improvisational talent. In the further training in project management, the realisation remains that no two projects are alike, but the goal-oriented project management methods that we teach the participants in our seminars are always the means of choice.
Further training in project management as a classroom or online seminar
In contrast to the blended learning approach, the advanced project management training is a two-day, in-person seminar in major cities such as Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne in Germany, Zurich in Switzerland or Vienna in Austria. If you are unable to attend the seminar in person, we also offer webinars on certain dates. Depending on which federal state you live in, you can apply for project management subsidies for the further training and finance it, for example, with an education cheque. The Dr. G. Kitzmann Academy is recognised as an educational centre for this purpose. We will provide you with the required certificate of participation in the project management training at the end of the training.
Registration for the event: Further training in project management
The evaluations of our seminars, webinars and workshops are given by the training participants. Following each training event, participants provide written feedback via a digital questionnaire. The customer testimonials mentioned on our website are also taken from these questionnaires.
Calculation of the overall evaluation
The total of eight evaluation criteria, which are collected by means of a questionnaire, result proportionately in the calculated overall evaluation.
The open discourse on the relevant topics and the professional competence of the trainer really appealed to me!
D. Melzer, IMA Materialforschung und Anwendungstechnik GmbH
I found the working atmosphere in this project management seminar excellent.
F. van Elk, x-dream distribution GmbH
I liked the individual linking of theory with examples from the participants' business practice.
M. Würtz, Reading Foundation
Every announced and desired seminar topic was addressed individually. I really liked the practical relevance of the training.
V. Mielke, ml&s manufacturing, logistics & services GmbH & Co. KG