(APM) Project Planning

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Project Planning is a 370 minute on-line learning module that covers all aspects of project planning as defined by The Association for Project Management (APM Body of Knowledge V6). The APM defines project planning as determining what is to be delivered, how much it will cost, when it will be delivered, how it will be delivered and who will carry it out.

6 CPD points

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Product Description

Project Planning is a 370 minute on-line learning module that covers all aspects of project planning as defined by The Association for Project Management (APM Body of Knowledge V6). The APM defines project planning as determining what is to be delivered, how much it will cost, when it will be delivered, how it will be delivered and who will carry it out.

Using an interactive case study and engaging content the learner is guided through:

• Introduction to Project Planning
• Requirements Management
• Scope Management
• Schedule Management
• Time Scheduling
• Resource Scheduling
• Planning Tools & Techniques
• Planning & Teamwork
• Resource Management
• Project Mobilisation
• Project Control
• Project Change Control
• Planning & Knowledge Management
• Project, Programme & Portfolio distinctions (P3)

Who is it aimed at?

The Project Planning Module is aimed at all those develop, monitor or need to understand project plans. Project Planning provides the fundamental techniques for creating a good foundation for project success, monitoring progress and understanding the critical role of change control. Whether involved in the planning process, or simply needing to understand project plans, this is aimed at all members of the project team.

Benefits

At the end of the module the learner will understand all aspects of quality management in a project environment . The module also provides the project planning content required for those planning to work towards a professional qualification.

6 PMI PDU Points
6 APM CPD Points

Planning is an unnatural process; it is much more fun to do something. The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression. – Sir John Harvey-Jones