Course Overview:

Elevate your career with our intensive Project Management Skills Bootcamp. This comprehensive course is designed to equip you with the essential knowledge, skills, and behaviours required for effective project management. The course covers CAPM and PMP Certification preparation, advanced project management methods, techniques, and the use of project management software. Additionally, enhance your employability skills and complete CPD-accredited courses at your own pace. Gain practical experience through real-world projects and mentorship from industry experts. Whether you are a novice or looking to enhance your existing skills, this skills bootcamp will prepare you for a successful career in project management, aligning with the Associate Project Manager standards. Join us and take the first step towards becoming a certified project manager

  • K1: The differences between projects and business as usual.
  • K2: The importance of alignment between the project and organisational objectives.
  • K3: The interdependencies between project, programme, and portfolio management.
  • K4: Techniques used to understand the project context, such as PESTLE (political, economic, social, technological, legal, and environmental), SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunities, threats) or VUCA (velocity, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity).
  • K5: The need and benefit of the project governance structure, requirements, and process and the impact on their role.
  • K6: The differences and comparative benefits between functional, matrix and project structures.
  • K7: Different roles and responsibilities within a project environment.
  • K8: The differences and comparative benefits between linear, iterative and hybrid life cycle approaches.
  • K9: Importance, content, and purpose of a business case.
  • K10: Approaches to the maintenance of a business case and the management of the benefits which will be achieved upon the successful delivery of the project.
  • K11: The purpose, format, and significance of the project management plan.
  • K12: Methods used to define, record, integrate, deliver, and manage scope.
  • K13: The identification, analysis, and management of stakeholders.
  • K14: Communication techniques and approaches to interact with stakeholders to meet their requirements.
  • K15: The use of information management.
  • K16: Techniques for managing conflict and negotiation.
  • K17: Techniques for working collaboratively within a team and with stakeholders.
  • K18: How and when to apply different estimating methods.
  • K19: Configuration management and change control.
  • K20: The principles of earned value management (EVM) and the interpretation of EVM information.
  • K21: Project scheduling and maintenance, including critical path analysis.
  • K22: Allocation and management of resources throughout the project life cycle.
  • K23: Principles of project risk and issue management.
  • K24: Procurement strategies and processes that are both ethical and sustainable.
  • K25: The role and purpose of quality requirements, planning and control in a project environment.
  • K26: Principles for evaluating project success, including how lessons learned are captured and can impact future project delivery.
  • K27: Relevant regulations and legislation such as data protection, and how they impact on their role.
  • K28: The impact of project objectives and how to respond to challenges around sustainability and the UK Government’s policy to achieve net carbon zero.
  • K29: Principles of conducting project management activities which are ethical and inclusive.
  • K30: Technology and software used in the performance of project management activities.
  • K31: Presentation tools and techniques.
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  • S1: Use project monitoring and reporting techniques to track, interpret and report on performance.
  • S2: Manage and engage with stakeholders.
  • S3: Influence and negotiate with others to create a positive outcome for the project.
  • S4: Resolve conflict as and when required with stakeholders within limits of responsibility.
  • S5: Adapt communications to different stakeholders.
  • S6: Communicate and support the project vision, to ensure buy-in to the project objectives.
  • S7: Collate and analyse information and provide input to support negotiations relating to project objectives.
  • S8: Monitor and analyse project budgets.
  • S9: Review and provide feedback on a project business case to ensure the project remains valid.
  • S10: Apply change control processes to support the management of project scope.
  • S11: Evaluate an integrated project management plan to provide recommendations on areas for improvement.
  • S12: Prepare, monitor, and schedule activities that contribute to the delivery of the overall project schedule and objectives.
  • S13: Evaluate and make recommendations on the risk management plan to address threats to delivery and recommend solutions.
  • S14: Identify and monitor project risks and issues; plan and implement responses to them.
  • S15: Deliver a Quality Management Plan which contributes to quality control processes.
  • S16: Use an organisation’s continual improvement process, including lessons learned, to improve performance.
  • S17: Support the preparation or maintenance of a resource management plan for project activities.
  • S18: Work with stakeholders to deliver the project.
  • S19: Use digital tools and software to meet project objectives, for example, research, collaboration, presentations, and resolution of problems.
  • S20: Provide underpinning data to support the written submission through the governance process.
  • S21: Work within the approved project budget.
  • S22: Ensure that integrated schedules support critical path analysis, interface management, resource forecasting, and risk management.
  • S23: Apply relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, and ethical guidance where appropriate to their work.
  • S24: Use data to inform decisions on actions to mitigate risks on the project.
  • S25: Use configuration management and change control to schedule and maintain projects.
  • S26: Manage resources through the project lifecycle.
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  • B1: Works flexibly and adapts to circumstances.
  • B2: Works collaboratively and builds strong relationships with others across the organisation and external stakeholders.
  • B3: Has accountability and ownership of their tasks and workload.
  • B4: Operates professionally with integrity and confidentiality.
  • B5: Seeks learning opportunities and continuous professional development.
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Module 1

A globally recognized best practice and professional standard in project management encompassing scope, cost, time, risk, quality, resources, communication, integration, and stakeholder engagement.

PMP (44 Hrs Guided Learning Hours) + Project Management Institute Membership + Chapter Membership + Exam Costs + Exam Simulator (Gamification of the course).

The PMP (Project Management Professional) certification exam covers a wide range of topics related to project management, aligned with the PMI (Project Management Institute) guidelines and the PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) Guide. The exam content is organized around three domains: People, Process, and Business Environment, reflecting the value of a project manager & comprehensive ability to manage projects effectively. It covers 10 Project Management knowledge areas: Integration, Scope, Cost, Time, Risk, Quality, Resources, Procurement, Engagement, and communication.

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Module 2
PM Tools Level 4

This encompasses a detailed examination and application of project management tools, focusing on time, cost, and scope management.

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Module 3
Management in Projects

This module delves into the execution of projects within organizational contexts, emphasizing the comprehension of a project framework in relation to business functions, organizational structures, work design, and business ethics.

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Module 4
Microsoft Project

Hands-on training on software designed to enhance data entry, planning, and report-making skills for project managers.

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Module 5
10 CPD prerecorded courses

These courses are on administrative, secretary, and multi-tasking office skills to lead projects.

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Module 6
Employability skills

Learner will be equipped with the essential soft skills to excel in the work environment 

Job Hunting

Interview skills,  and management.

Writing CVs

Presentation skills

Microsoft PowerPoint


Professional networking skills

Using AI (ChatGPT).

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Module 7
Prerecorded course/with Exam

Learner will choose one of the following modules:

AgileProject Manager



Business Architecture

Agile Business Analysts

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