Introduction to project management

Course Details

Session: 2 Days

Hours: 8 Hours /Day

Mode: Face to Face / online


United Arab Emirates

Introduction to project management

This course gives an overview and introduction to a best practice for project management that is acknowledged on a global scale. It will explain the most extensively used project management techniques in the world. The training will cover the basics of project management.

Each delegate will learn how to select the right team members to assist them, create schedules, and discover the many project management options. This course will prepare delegates to take on a project on their own or participate in a more advanced project management course.

Course Objective

By the end of the session, delegates will be able to:

 Know how to specify the scope of a project

 Learn the PRINCE2 framework and its guiding principles, themes, and procedures

 Know how to explain a project’s qualities

 Recognize important ideas in relation to projects

 Discover the significance of employing a systematic approach for effective project management

 Know how to make constant improvements to your project management techniques

Course Content

• Fundamentals of the project.
• The project life cycle and project foundations.
Roles in Project Management
• Sponsors of the project
• project participants
• The team in charge of the project
• Other Crucial Roles
• Project Team Structure
• Organizing Stakeholder Participation
Processes in Project Management
• Starting a project and planning it
• Establish a plan and a project scope
• Validate and regulate the scope
• Make a project schedule.
• Budgeting for a Project
• Management Quality Planning
• Create and Control Resources
• Organize and control communication
• Organizing and managing risks
• Management of Procurement
• Maintain Project Schedule Control
• A project’s foundations
• Control and manage quality
• Organize and Purchase Resources
• Taking charge of a project
• Put together a work breakdown structure
• Specify and order the activities
Project Closure
• Assessing the readiness of a project for closure
• Issue Tracking
• Plan Adjustments
• Risk Management
• Transferring of Project deliverable(s) to operational control
• Discussion of common project pitfalls
• Assessing the achievement of project goals and business value
Training Method

The training will be conducted in a friendly, inclusive and professional atmosphere, which is conducive for different learning styles, but respects each attendee as an individual and ensures each one is challenged and achieve maximum benefit from the course. Our goal is that attendees will be highly engaged and encouraged to be participative.


This course will have a maximum of 10-12 people who will be selected based on the type of business they are in and their job role to ensure a thorough mix of industries, ideas and experience.

Who should attend?

This course is ideal for staff such as technical staff, support staff, engineers, administrators or any customer-facing staff.

Whether staff communicates with customers on the phone, by email or face to face you will gain an understanding of the sales process and psychology making greater confidence in your ability to deal with customers.

It is also of interest to non-salespeople who need to understand how to successfully gain support for their products, service and ideas through uncovering company needs and highlighting benefits or value.

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Introduction to project management