CMI Unit PM3001 Introduction to Project Management
The Introduction to Project Management course covers all of the fundamental knowledge and practical skills needed to manage projects: project lifecycles, waterfall and agile methodologies, project planning tools and techniques, implementation of projects, stakeholder analysis and engagement, control of variables and risks to bring work in on-time and on-budget. Once you’ve completed the course, you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it!
About this course
The Introduction to Project Management course and CMI qualification covers everything you need to know to run successful projects at work.
On this course you will learn the background knowledge of project management methods and approaches and understand how projects fit within the wider context. Next you will learn practical tools and techniques for engaging people, managing costs, timescales, scope and quality. You all also learn how to manage risks and control variables to ensure your projects are a success.
This course offers the perfect blend of project management knowledge and skills to give you the confidence to achieve great results every time.
- Understand the nature and context of projects
- Understand the management of stakeholders including the project team roles and responsibilities
- Understand the planning and control of projects
1.1 Define the purpose and structure of a project
1.2 Explain the business contexts of projects
1.3 Identify project success factors and characteristics
1.4 Explain a process model for the management of projects
2.1 Explain project roles and responsibilities
2.2 Describe stakeholder management methods and processes
2.3 Discuss methods to manage the project team
3.1 Discuss a project planning and control cycle
3.2 Explain methods and processes available to plan a project
3.3 Identify methods and processes available to control a project
Gemma Shone - NHS