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Certificate in Project Management QLS Level 2
Course at QLS Level 2
Endorsement Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme
Study Method Distance Learning
Course Duration 125 Recommended Study Hours
Entry Requirements No Entry Requirements
Start Date Ongoing
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Project Management Course Online

Project management is a diverse and demanding field for which a variety of interconnecting disciplines must be mastered.  Almost every business will at any one time be juggling a variety of projects and processes – the success or otherwise of eachhaving a significant impact on overall performance.  From the smallest of physical store revamps to large multinational mergers, the responsibilities of the project manager are as varied and challenging as they are rewarding.

This outstanding project management online course, offers a solid introduction to this highly-specialised supervisory discipline.  Suitable for current members of the workforce and those looking to begin fulfilling new careers, no specific prior experience or knowledge is required to get the very most out of this certificate.  A series of five intensive modules of project management course online, gradually guide candidates through the duties and responsibilities of the contemporary project manager, along with an introduction to the project life cycle and a breakdown of project planning essentials.  Coupled with an exploration of key project planning resources, tools and associated challenges, candidates discover why it is that the modern business is fundamentally dependent on forward-thinkers with higher-level project management skills.

This project management course,  is delivered over five in-depth modules:

Module 1 – Introduction to Project Management

The course begins by introducing candidates to the contemporary project manager, outlining the primary duties, responsibilities and value of working professionals.  The benefits of projects from a corporate perspective are explored, along with a breakdown of each of the eight most essential project elements.

Module 2 – Project Life Cycle

Course Module 2 provides candidates with an overview of the project life cycle, which is dissected into its core elements and investigated in-depth.  Additional subtopics introduced include commonly experienced PR issues, effective strategies for working with the media and why establishing an appropriate media image is important.

Module 3 – Project Planning Tools

The following course module explores a series of helpful project planning tools, while also discussing the importance of accurate project preparation and scheduling.  Candidates discuss a variety of related concepts, including the role of teamwork in project management, the work breakdown structure, network diagrams and the use of project flow charts.

Module 4 – Working on A Project

Moving the project forward to implementation represents the central theme in Module 4, incorporating an investigation of the vision process and exactly why project goals must be pinpointed and established ahead of time.  Additional subtopics introduced include the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats Matrix (SWOT Analysis), project deliverables, target charts and more.

Module 5 – Project Risk Management

Concluding the course, the final module explores the most important principles of project risk management from a contemporary corporate perspective.  Candidates are guided through effective risk identification strategies, the importance of risk reduction/avoidance and the basics of both crisis management and business contingency planning.

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Payment Option

Paying in Instalments: £340(Interest FREE Instalments)

Deposit: £70

No of Instalments: 10

Each Instalment: £27

Pay in Full: (£60 Discount) £280

Course Endorsed

At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).

This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.

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Frequently Asked Questions

All of our project management courses are suitable for beginners, as each programme starts out with simpler topics before moving on to more complex knowledge areas.  In addition, no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to enrol on our project management courses.

All study aids and learning resources are included in the initial fee, so all you will need to complete your course is a computer and a reliable Internet connection.  You can then complete the course at a time and pace to suit your lifestyle, with no time restrictions or deadlines.

Yes - all of our courses are 100% web-based, with no classroom time or in-person meetings involved.  The course in its entirety and all end-of-unit assessments take place online, enabling learners from all over the world to take our endorsed project management courses.

We offer a wide range of project management certificates and diplomas at various levels, in order to suit all requirements and career objectives. However, ambitious learners looking to pursue a successful career in project management should opt for a higher-level project management diploma.

The current starting salary for a project manager in the United Kingdom is around £20,000 to £30,000, in accordance with location, experience and sector. Senior project managers with sufficient experience often take home more than £50,000 plus benefits.

The length of time it takes to become a project manager will always vary significantly from one candidate the next. While some highly skilled and ambitious candidates achieve project manager status in as little as a year, it can take others three to five years to reach the same level.

Project management is a highly respected field with excellent job security, good earnings potential and limitless scope for further professional development.  Demand for qualified project managers is expected to continue outstripping supply indefinitely, making it a great profession to pursue.

The first step on the journey toward becoming a project manager is to take an endorsed course and study the basics of the profession.  Prospective employers will expect to see evidence of formal academic achievements from prospective candidates for project management positions.

If you have no prior knowledge or experience within the field of project management, you will need to take an appropriate course to develop a good grasp of what the job entails.  It is possible to get a job as a project manager without experience, with a strong enough academic background.

Demand for project managers is at an all-time high, with the Project Management Institute estimating that a further 22 million new job openings within the field will be created within the next five years alone.  Consequently, there has never been a better time to get started.

A successful project manager needs to excel in numerous areas, including but not limited to leadership skills, team management, negotiation skills, communication, problem solving, time management and risk management.  If you fit the bill, you could be an ideal candidate.

The career path of the project manager will always be different from one professional to the next.  However, there is always excellent scope for progression to senior project manager or executive status, where earnings potential can reach £80,000 or higher for experienced professionals.