Project Management has become an essential skill for anyone involved with projects. From its roots in ‘hard’ industries such as construction, engineering and Defence, it has expanded into manufacturing, IT, telecommunications, marketing; and ultimately into service-based industries such as health, environment and community service.
Across the private and public sectors, project management is now widely recognised as the best-practice method for achieving benefits and long-term business outcomes, implementing corporate strategy, managing change, and generally getting work done.
With this growth has come a rapid expansion in project management approaches, methodologies, and tools. Nowadays, people who work on projects need not only a comprehensive knowledge of standard project management terms, concepts, tools and techniques; but also an ability to tailor their project management approach to suit the organisation and industry, as well as the type, size and complexity of the project.
That’s what this course delivers.