What you’ll learn
• The main factors that influence the success of a project
• How to define meaningful KPI’s
• How to manage the people working on the project
• How to deal with the client and his expectations vs reality
• How to deal with crisis situations
• Entry- Mid level employees looking to take the next step in their career
• Managers looking to deepen their knowledge and gain new insights
• Business owners of small & medium sized businesses
|Real-life example cases
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|Bonus best practice tips
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|Live Q&A Session with one of our training professionals
|Marked final assessment
Project Management Certification Online
Our project management certification provides a great way to demonstrate your expertise to current or potential future employers.
This project management certification online course provides you with all the tools you need to oversee a successful project. Project management is an important aspect not only in business. Many situations which require a joint effort of many individuals can be seen as a project which requires professional and efficient management.
The project manager certification online course includes the most important steps of project management:
The initiation phase is the first phase in the project management lifecycle. It is frequently skipped, however we highly recommending taking the time to plan the project within this step in order to ensure a smooth project. This phase includes brainstorming, the collection of ideas as well as the definition of key aspects such as:
- The scope
- The deadline
- The risk
- The resources
- The people needed
- The costs
During this phase the key aspects of the project are determined as well
as the project manager.
During the planning phase the overall project will start to take shape and many details are defined. Aspects that are discussed during the planning phase are:
- Distribution of responsibilities
- This may include hiring new staff if required
- Metrics, goals and milestones
- Definition of reviewing habits
- Reviewing habits can take form as regular meetings, reports or a combination of both
During the executing phase the project gets underway. Everyone involved in the project gets on with their tasks in order to achieve their designated goals and deadlines. This phase includes the following aspects:
- Managing of unexpected developments
- Support of all team members
- Building & improving of processes
The monitoring is a crucial phase during which, mostly the project
manager, must ensure many aspects in order to achieve all overall goals
and meeting all requirements. Monitoring and readjusting where required is
common as almost no project will proceed exactly as planned. The reporting
and reviewing habits defined during the initiation phase will come into
effect during this phase and serve to provide relevant numbers required as
a basis for decision making.
The closing phase is the final phase of project management and focuses on the delivery of the end result. First and foremost the end result is delivered to the recipient, accompanied by an end report covering all important details. Secondly the project manager should prepare an after-action-report which summarizes the project overall, highlighting positive and negative aspects of the project. This report serves to improve management of future projects by providing important experiences and learnings from the recently accomplished projects.
Be sure to obtain AFC Academy project manager certification online, with our self-paced course focusing on practical knowledge for you to be able to get right into the next project fully prepared. Monday morning readiness is our philosophy and our trainings use practical cases and assignments in order to put your newly learned knowledge to the test before applying it in real-life situations.