Diploma in Project Management

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Diploma in Project Management

Duration

Duration

6 months

Start Dates

Start Dates

Flexible

Fees

Fees

Corporate packages available.
Refer to IBCM.

Attendance

Attendance

3 days a week (average 15 hours each week).
Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

2 x ‘A’ Level qualifications passes (E Grade) or vocational equivalent at BTEC National Diploma (Pass)
IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all skill areas) or equivalent.
Students with significant relevant work experience can also be considered.

Student Satisfaction

Student Satisfaction

95% of Our students would recommend IBCM / IBCM Student Survey 2022

Awarding Body

Awarding Body

IBCM

UCAS Course Code

UCAS Course Code

N/A

Course Overview

The Diploma in Project Management combines advanced skills-training in project management. This course provides the training you need to manage your projects more efficiently and effectively. The course is based on the use of the analytical management approach rather than the directive approach, and it deals with management from a human and technical perspective. The success of the project is the primary goal of managing projects. Nothing is more important to the success of a project than making good, informed decisions, and although this technical skill is by far the most important skill, few managers have received formal training for decision-making and project management.

This course will provide you with a proven set of methods, processes, tools and techniques to develop a systematic and dynamic project plan that ensures the progressive monitoring and reporting of project progress. This will enable the team to:

IDEAL CANDIDATE

  • Project managers.
  • All project professionals.
  • Project planning engineers and managers.
  • Senior Professionals in Project Control and Business Services

Course outlines: 

This course provides the training you need to manage your projects more efficiently and effectively. The course is based on the use of the analytical management approach rather than the directive approach, and it deals with management from a human and technical perspective. The success of the project is the primary goal of managing projects. Nothing is more important to the success of a project than making good, informed decisions, and although this technical skill is by far the most important skill, few managers have received formal training for decision-making and project management.

Project management is a new profession that has emerged in many fields. After projects became more complex, many organizations resorted to project management, and the demand for competent project managers increased, but the surprise is the failure of many large and small projects. The question is: Why did these projects fail? The answer was not related to the size or complexity of the project as much as how the project was planned and how it was monitored, and the failure can be traced back to the lack of definition, planning or careful monitoring of the project.

Learning Outcomes

This course will provide you with a proven set of methods, processes, tools and techniques to develop a systematic and dynamic project plan that ensures the progressive monitoring and reporting of project progress. This will enable the team to:

  • Understand the planning process.
  • Setting project objectives.
  • Put these goals into timelines.
  • Knowing the extent of the economic evaluation of the project.
  • Understand the project’s risks and how to manage them.