Understanding Projects e-Learning
Hampshire Learning Centre have developed a 15 minute e-learning course to introduce you to the basic principles of Project Management.
What will the Understanding Projects e-Learning cover?
This e-Learning will look at the basic principles of project management, and how you could incorporate them into your working lives.
To give you a basic understanding of Project Management and how it can be used
By the end of this e-learning you will be able to :
Describe what a project is, and what project management is
Distinguish between a task and a project
Outline the benefits of using a project approach to your work
List the skills needed to manage a project
Identify where you can get further learning and development in this area
How to use the e-learning:
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About this e-Learning
Visits and progression through the course are tracked so that training via e-learning can be measured for effectiveness and provide a log as part of individual performance development
This e-Learning is aimed at all staff.
This e-Learning will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
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If you are unable to view the interactive course, the content of this course can be found in this accompanying workbook. To download this e-Learning in workbook format, click here. 132kb
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