From the start to the completion of projects

Project management courses

Current courses with reports, bookable individually or as a package

Course: Introduction to project management

Sound project management training makes it possible to handle processes more effectively and easily. This course is for all your employees who are coming into contact with professional project management for the first time. The basics are clearly conveyed and a general basis for project management methods is created. This course is rounded off with initial practical examples.

Course: Cycle of a project

What does a project phase consist of? What is a project plan? How is it adhered to and monitored? Building on the introduction to project management, project management methods are covered in detail and project planning is also trained in detail. Project management tools with quick guarantees of success are also part of this course, which can be used directly afterwards.

Course: Cost management

Good costing is more than half the battle, as the saying goes. Under this motto, our training partners provide practical instructions that are easy to follow and deal with cost management in particular. Ongoing project controlling is all about recognising and exploiting new opportunities and minimising risks as early as possible. This course will save you headaches and money thanks to the methods taught!

These courses provide your employees with the necessary project management know-how!

Course: Project management simply implemented

Practice – the term that matters. This course provides simple guidance on how your employees can implement more complex processes in their day-to-day work using practical examples in this project management training course. This reduces coordination efforts, optimises workflows and makes monitoring easy. So the next project can simply get started!

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