Course Detail

PD140 (Fully booked: waiting list) - Introduction to Project Management

Suitable for any member of staff who is responsible for running a project (of any size). This introductory course focuses on developing a systematic approach to project planning, the first and most important stage of any project. It examines some of the commonly used approaches to managing projects successfully, with appropriate levels of structure and control.

This course is suitable for: Professional Services, Support & Academic staff. Content is prepared for a staff audience. Courses coded with 'PDXXX' are not generally recommended for PhD students: please consider courses such as RD014 and RD107 instead.

(PhD students please note that this course is intended for members of staff working at the university and does not accrue points towards your PhD’s professional development scheme. If there is a particular reason that you want to attend the session, e.g. if you are also employed as a member of college staff whilst studying and require the session to support you in your work, please email to explain to us your reason for needing to attend. If not, we shall cancel your booking).


By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define what a project is
  • Assess the project size
  • Describe the tools and strategies available for running a successful project
  • Apply a systematic approach to their own project plans
  • Apply a systematic approach to their own workplace project plans

Provided by: Professional Development


Date: Wednesday 1 May 2019

Venue: Scape 0.12, Scape, Mile End

Time: 10:00 - 16:00


  • Ms L Smith (ProfDev)