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Advanced Project Management

Are you confident in your general project management skills but looking to strengthen your expertise in delivering successful projects? This intensive one-day course moves beyond the ‘basics’ and goes deeper into a range of dynamic project management techniques and smarter principles, in a specific charity context.
When Oct 12, 2017
from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Where NCVO Conference Suite, London N
Contact Name
Contact Phone 020 7520 2587
Attendees Experienced Project Managers who have had some previous project management training. We recommend completing the two-day Project management in the voluntary sector course prior to this course if you have not had recent project management training.
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The course builds on the material covered in our two-day Project management in the voluntary sector course.


By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • apply the MoSCoW method for identifying project requirements at the outset
  • identify assumptions and address them at the planning stage
  • undertake a detailed critical path analysis for your project
  • define the project’s key performance indicators and how you will measure progress against them
  • build in lessons learned for current and future project delivery
  • identify the key drivers of project success and failure in the charity context
  • implement appropriate good governance practices for your project
  • systematically manage change and its implications within your project delivery
  • identify different software tools and online resources to further develop your project management skills.

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