If you’re new to project management, it’s helpful to address the question “what is project management?”. Understanding how a project works from start to finish, what a project manager does, and learning about the benefits of effective project management can help you decide about the kind of project manager you want to be.
It can be difficult deciding which project management course is right for your next step in personal and professional development. It’s important to set clear goals about what you want to achieve through project management training.
We have written some helpful guidelines on creating those goals and on how you can select the best course for your needs in our article, “What is the Best Project Management Course?”.
Why get a project management certification? Is it important for project managers to have certification?
There are so many benefits you’ll gain through achieving a project management certification. Our top 5 benefits include versatile skills, the ability to achieve more in your project work, greater earning potential, and the credibility that comes with your certification. Read more about Project Management Certification.
Get to grips with the sixth edition of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Here are the most important changes for project managers.
For easy access, we choose training venues located close to the M50, outside Dublin city centre. All training venues provide complimentary parking for our delegates.
No experience is needed for most of our project management courses, with the exception of the PMP® Course. This qualification is designed for project managers with 3+ years of experience.
What you can expect will vary, depending on which project management course you choose. You will find a “what can I expect” question answered on each course page.
Our courses are delivered by professional trainers with extensive experience in project management. They will also have a specialist focus on the methodology or certification for which they deliver training.
During exam preparation courses, you can expect an intensive focus on theory, study tips, and techniques for helping you to achieve success in passing your exam first time.
Choosing a project management course is a very personal process. There is no “best course” overall, only what’s best for you at this stage of your project management career.
We have written a detailed article that can help you with this process. Our “What is the Best Project Management Course?” article is a 5-minute kick-starter for your project management course selection process.
We provide both practical, skills-based project management courses and theory-focused exam preparation courses.
If you're looking for a very practical course with certification, we recommend our Certified Project Management Course.
You'll find a "what's included" section in every course brochure and on each course webpage. We provide course materials, free Wi-Fi, and lunch every day during training.
Depending on the course, we also include textbooks, access to online exam simulators, and exam fees (check your course webpage or brochure for details on this).
We deliver short-duration courses to suit busy schedules. Our project management courses range from 2 days to 5 days in duration.
There is no "one size fits all" solution for choosing a project management course. It will depend on your goals, experience, and working environment.
We're always happy to guide you in the right direction for your project management training and certification. We also provide a lot of guidance in our PDF Guide to Choosing the Right Project Management Course.
You can instantly reserve a provisional place on any upcoming course date by using the "Reserve My Place" button on each course webpage. Alternatively, you can reach our training consultants at Freephone 1800 910 810 to book your place.
There are many excellent qualifications available to those who want to develop and solidify their project management skills with certification.
Each qualification holds weight and credibility. All qualifications we offer are widely-recognised and respected.
If you are achieving a qualification in order to work for a specific organisation, it may be worth looking into whether they have a favoured methodology for project work or require their project managers to hold particular qualifications.
Yes! Project managers are in demand more than ever, both in Ireland and on a global scale.
In today’s business world, things move and evolve quickly. Skilled, certified project managers help organisations of all sizes respond to change and deliver valuable services and projects with ease.
The process of getting certified in project management will vary slightly from qualification to qualification, but it almost always boils down to 3 simple steps: train, study, certify.
In the FAQ section of each course page, you’ll find a “how do I get certified” answer that takes you through the steps of achieving your qualification successfully.