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Project Management QLS Level 7



Course Overview

Advanced Diploma in Project Management

Study online for an Advanced Diploma in Project Management, with this exclusive course from Brentwood Open Learning College.  Discover how a Level 7 Diploma in Project Management could enhance your CV and your career prospects, with the opportunity to study from home at a time and pace to suit your lifestyle.  This Professional Diploma in Project Management is a fully self-paced online program, with no deadlines or time restrictions imposed.  Ideal for newcomers and experienced project managers alike, course content covers a wide range of key knowledge areas over 20 in-depth modules.  Examples of which include the project life cycle, project integration management, project scope management, resource management, quality control and many more besides.  Enrol online and get started today, or contact Brentwood Open Learning College anytime to learn more.

Why Study Project Management?

Project management is a broad and diverse specialist field, wherein skilled leadership figures are tasked with ensuring wanted outcomes are reached on time, within budget and with efficient utilisation of available resources.  The primary goal of project management is to improve output, efficiency and cost effectiveness, by ensuring every project undertaken achieves or exceeds its predetermined objectives.  From basic operational adjustments to major business restructuring projects and distant office relocations, project managers ensure the success of every aspect ofall types of projects.  As facilitators of positive change in all types of business environments, project managers are considered invaluable assets by employers and decisionmakers worldwide.

Course Syllabus

Brentwood Open Learning College offers a variety of high-quality project management programmes for newcomers and experienced professionals.  Our most advanced Level 7 Diploma in project management covers the following topics over a series of 20 in-depth modules:

Module 1 - Overview of Project Management

The course begins with a detailed overview of the project management profession, examining the objectives of project management, what defines a project and the characteristics of the effective project manager.  Project constraints are also explored, along with some of the tools and techniques used in project management.

Module 2 - Project Life Cycle

Learners are then presented with a breakdown of the project life cycle and its stages, while considering the importance of strategic planning for successful project management.  Additional topics covered include how to establish project goals, essential project selection criteria, the use of historical information and more.

Module 3 - Project Integration Management

An introduction to project integration management follows in the third module, outlining a series of major project management knowledge areas.  Topics covered include project plan development, project plan execution and overall change control, along with the chief responsibilities of the project manager.

Module 4 - Project Scope Management

The concept of project scope and the importance of good project scope management follow in Module Four, which examines a series of tools and techniques for accurate and confident scope planning.  Candidates also learn how to write a scope statement, while considering the purpose of scope statement development.

Module 5 - Project Time Management

Module Five examines the benefits of proactive time management in the field of project management, outlining several guidelines, methods and strategies for more efficient use of time.  Topics covered include defining project activities, evaluating estimates, decomposing project work packages and more.

Module 6 - Project Cost Management

Financial management and budgeting as a project manager are then discussed, highlighting the importance of consistently accurate budgets and cost forecasts.  Learners also study resource planning inputs, the process of determining the initial budget, developing the broader project budget and more.

Module 7 - Project Quality Management

Candidates then consider the role of quality management as a key project management tool, along with the potential consequences of substandard quality management.  Topics covered include planning for quality, quality policy determination, reviewing the project scope statement and implementing a quality management framework.

Module 8 - Effective Planning & Scheduling

An introduction to work breakdown structures follows in the eighth module, guiding learners through the process of splitting larger tasks into a series of more manageable activities.  The general benefits of effective project planning are also discussed, along with resource alignment and estimation processes in project management.

Module 9 - Human Resource Management

HRM within the context of project management is discussed in Module Nine, which focuses predominantly on establishing and fulfilling staffing requirements.  Additional topics covered include identifying project constraints, identifying project interfaces and preparing for organisational planning.

Module 10 - Rewarding Employees

Module Seven takes a fascinating look at reward systems and the extent to which employee motivation is linked with remuneration.  Employee ownership and empowerment as motivational factors are also discussed, along with the different types of incentives and rewards used to motivate a workforce.

Module 11 - Organising Meetings

Candidates are then guided through the process of organising various types of meetings, while considering the functions and objectives of the different meeting types.  Additional topics covered include the anatomy of a meeting, how to plan a conference and common problems encountered when scheduling corporate meetings.

Module 12 - Managing Resources

Resource management from a project management perspective follows in Module 12, which also takes a look at the fundamentals of the business environment.  The different types of businesses and their respective ownership models are examined, along with the characteristics of the business environment and more.

Module 13 - Change Management

Module 13 presents candidates with a series of key factors for ensuring successful change, alongside several time management tricks, tips and pointers. The definition of ‘change’ in an organisational context is also discussed, along with the importance of leveraging every opportunity for positive change.

Module 14 - Crisis Management

Coping with crisis situations and unexpected events is discussed in Module 14, which provides a step-by-step guide to creating a crisis management plan.  The functions and objectives of crisis audits are also discussed, along with the benefits of establishing an emergency operations centre and which businesses should consider doing so.

Module 15 - Conflict Management

Module 15 explores the art of effective conflict management, along with the extent to which workplace conflict can be beneficial and productive.  Learners study the different types of conflict, common causes of conflict in the workplace and the main stages of conflict, along with communication as an important conflict resolution tool.

Module 16 - Stress Management

Tips and guidelines for coping with stress are presented and discussed in Module 16, which also highlights the potential consequences of elevated or prolonged stress.  Several stress management activities are discussed, along with time management as a key stress management factor and the human response to stress.

Module 17 - Communication Management

Project communication management and associated responsibilities are then explored, along with the importance of effective communications planning.  Candidates learn how to identify communication requirements, while evaluating project constraints and exploring communication modalities.

Module 18 - Procurement Management

Module 18 provides a detailed breakdown of the procurement process, while examining the differences between purchasing and procurement.  Topics covered include planning for procurement, evaluating market conditions, the use of product descriptions and the scope statement.

Module 19 - Risk Management

Candidates are then introduced to the fundamentals of project risk management, incorporating such topics as risk identification, creating risk categories, prioritising risks, conducting SWOT analysis and the purpose of a project charter.  Risk management roles and responsibilities are also discussed.

Module 20 - International Project Management

Concluding the course, Module 20 takes a brief look at the unique challenges associated with the international project management.  Topics covered include global project leadership, global project knowledge areas, how to manage remote teams while working on international projects and more.

BOLC offers some free certificate courses in Project Management. Explore now on our website

Fee & Payment Options

Paying in Installments: £1100 (interest FREE Installments)

Deposit: £320

No of Installments: 12

Each Installment: £65

Pay in Full: (£200 Discount) £900

Endorsement

At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).

This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.

Career Path

Whether pursuing a career as a project manager or simply looking to fast-track your progression in a business setting, this endorsed course could prove invaluable.  Suitable for newcomers and experienced personnel, our Level 7 Project Management Diploma is open for enrolment all year round.  Typical job titles in the field of project management include Project Assistant, Project Administrator, Project Management Specialist, Project Scheduler, Project Planner, Project Risk Manager, Project Procurement Manager, Project Quality Manager and many more besides.  All with fantastic earnings potential and broad scope for progression.

Who Should Take This Course?

Brentwood Open Learning College is proud to support career-focused learners in pursuit of their long-term goals. Our Level 7 Project Management Diploma could be the ideal course for:

  • Ambitious newcomers to project management starting from scratch
  • Established project managers working on their skills and knowledge
  • Business owners, executives and senior leadership personnel
  • Entrepreneurs and anyone thinking of starting a new business
  • Result-focused multitaskers with a meticulous eye for detail
  • Jobseekers looking to gain an edge with an endorsed award on their CV

Sign up online and get started today, or contact the team at Brentwood Open Learning College for more information.

Course at QLS
Level 7

Endorsement
Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme

Study Method
Online

Course Duration
620 Hours

Entry Requirements
There are no particular entry requirements

Start Date
Ongoing




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Course at QLS
Level 7

Endorsed By
Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme

Study Method
Online

Course Duration
620 Hours

Entry Requirements
There are no particular entry requirements

Start Date
Ongoing






Course Overview

Advanced Diploma in Project Management

Study online for an Advanced Diploma in Project Management, with this exclusive course from Brentwood Open Learning College.  Discover how a Level 7 Diploma in Project Management could enhance your CV and your career prospects, with the opportunity to study from home at a time and pace to suit your lifestyle.  This Professional Diploma in Project Management is a fully self-paced online program, with no deadlines or time restrictions imposed.  Ideal for newcomers and experienced project managers alike, course content covers a wide range of key knowledge areas over 20 in-depth modules.  Examples of which include the project life cycle, project integration management, project scope management, resource management, quality control and many more besides.  Enrol online and get started today, or contact Brentwood Open Learning College anytime to learn more.

Why Study Project Management?

Project management is a broad and diverse specialist field, wherein skilled leadership figures are tasked with ensuring wanted outcomes are reached on time, within budget and with efficient utilisation of available resources.  The primary goal of project management is to improve output, efficiency and cost effectiveness, by ensuring every project undertaken achieves or exceeds its predetermined objectives.  From basic operational adjustments to major business restructuring projects and distant office relocations, project managers ensure the success of every aspect ofall types of projects.  As facilitators of positive change in all types of business environments, project managers are considered invaluable assets by employers and decisionmakers worldwide.

Course Syllabus

Brentwood Open Learning College offers a variety of high-quality project management programmes for newcomers and experienced professionals.  Our most advanced Level 7 Diploma in project management covers the following topics over a series of 20 in-depth modules:

Module 1 - Overview of Project Management

The course begins with a detailed overview of the project management profession, examining the objectives of project management, what defines a project and the characteristics of the effective project manager.  Project constraints are also explored, along with some of the tools and techniques used in project management.

Module 2 - Project Life Cycle

Learners are then presented with a breakdown of the project life cycle and its stages, while considering the importance of strategic planning for successful project management.  Additional topics covered include how to establish project goals, essential project selection criteria, the use of historical information and more.

Module 3 - Project Integration Management

An introduction to project integration management follows in the third module, outlining a series of major project management knowledge areas.  Topics covered include project plan development, project plan execution and overall change control, along with the chief responsibilities of the project manager.

Module 4 - Project Scope Management

The concept of project scope and the importance of good project scope management follow in Module Four, which examines a series of tools and techniques for accurate and confident scope planning.  Candidates also learn how to write a scope statement, while considering the purpose of scope statement development.

Module 5 - Project Time Management

Module Five examines the benefits of proactive time management in the field of project management, outlining several guidelines, methods and strategies for more efficient use of time.  Topics covered include defining project activities, evaluating estimates, decomposing project work packages and more.

Module 6 - Project Cost Management

Financial management and budgeting as a project manager are then discussed, highlighting the importance of consistently accurate budgets and cost forecasts.  Learners also study resource planning inputs, the process of determining the initial budget, developing the broader project budget and more.

Module 7 - Project Quality Management

Candidates then consider the role of quality management as a key project management tool, along with the potential consequences of substandard quality management.  Topics covered include planning for quality, quality policy determination, reviewing the project scope statement and implementing a quality management framework.

Module 8 - Effective Planning & Scheduling

An introduction to work breakdown structures follows in the eighth module, guiding learners through the process of splitting larger tasks into a series of more manageable activities.  The general benefits of effective project planning are also discussed, along with resource alignment and estimation processes in project management.

Module 9 - Human Resource Management

HRM within the context of project management is discussed in Module Nine, which focuses predominantly on establishing and fulfilling staffing requirements.  Additional topics covered include identifying project constraints, identifying project interfaces and preparing for organisational planning.

Module 10 - Rewarding Employees

Module Seven takes a fascinating look at reward systems and the extent to which employee motivation is linked with remuneration.  Employee ownership and empowerment as motivational factors are also discussed, along with the different types of incentives and rewards used to motivate a workforce.

Module 11 - Organising Meetings

Candidates are then guided through the process of organising various types of meetings, while considering the functions and objectives of the different meeting types.  Additional topics covered include the anatomy of a meeting, how to plan a conference and common problems encountered when scheduling corporate meetings.

Module 12 - Managing Resources

Resource management from a project management perspective follows in Module 12, which also takes a look at the fundamentals of the business environment.  The different types of businesses and their respective ownership models are examined, along with the characteristics of the business environment and more.

Module 13 - Change Management

Module 13 presents candidates with a series of key factors for ensuring successful change, alongside several time management tricks, tips and pointers. The definition of ‘change’ in an organisational context is also discussed, along with the importance of leveraging every opportunity for positive change.

Module 14 - Crisis Management

Coping with crisis situations and unexpected events is discussed in Module 14, which provides a step-by-step guide to creating a crisis management plan.  The functions and objectives of crisis audits are also discussed, along with the benefits of establishing an emergency operations centre and which businesses should consider doing so.

Module 15 - Conflict Management

Module 15 explores the art of effective conflict management, along with the extent to which workplace conflict can be beneficial and productive.  Learners study the different types of conflict, common causes of conflict in the workplace and the main stages of conflict, along with communication as an important conflict resolution tool.

Module 16 - Stress Management

Tips and guidelines for coping with stress are presented and discussed in Module 16, which also highlights the potential consequences of elevated or prolonged stress.  Several stress management activities are discussed, along with time management as a key stress management factor and the human response to stress.

Module 17 - Communication Management

Project communication management and associated responsibilities are then explored, along with the importance of effective communications planning.  Candidates learn how to identify communication requirements, while evaluating project constraints and exploring communication modalities.

Module 18 - Procurement Management

Module 18 provides a detailed breakdown of the procurement process, while examining the differences between purchasing and procurement.  Topics covered include planning for procurement, evaluating market conditions, the use of product descriptions and the scope statement.

Module 19 - Risk Management

Candidates are then introduced to the fundamentals of project risk management, incorporating such topics as risk identification, creating risk categories, prioritising risks, conducting SWOT analysis and the purpose of a project charter.  Risk management roles and responsibilities are also discussed.

Module 20 - International Project Management

Concluding the course, Module 20 takes a brief look at the unique challenges associated with the international project management.  Topics covered include global project leadership, global project knowledge areas, how to manage remote teams while working on international projects and more.

BOLC offers some free certificate courses in Project Management. Explore now on our website

Fee & Payment Options

Paying in Installments: £1100 (interest FREE Installments)

Deposit: £320

No of Installments: 12

Each Installment: £65

Pay in Full: (£200 Discount) £900

Endorsement

At the end of this course successful learners will receive a Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme and a Learner Unit Summary (which lists the components the learner has completed as part of the course).

This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.

Career Path

Whether pursuing a career as a project manager or simply looking to fast-track your progression in a business setting, this endorsed course could prove invaluable.  Suitable for newcomers and experienced personnel, our Level 7 Project Management Diploma is open for enrolment all year round.  Typical job titles in the field of project management include Project Assistant, Project Administrator, Project Management Specialist, Project Scheduler, Project Planner, Project Risk Manager, Project Procurement Manager, Project Quality Manager and many more besides.  All with fantastic earnings potential and broad scope for progression.

Who Should Take This Course?

Brentwood Open Learning College is proud to support career-focused learners in pursuit of their long-term goals. Our Level 7 Project Management Diploma could be the ideal course for:

  • Ambitious newcomers to project management starting from scratch
  • Established project managers working on their skills and knowledge
  • Business owners, executives and senior leadership personnel
  • Entrepreneurs and anyone thinking of starting a new business
  • Result-focused multitaskers with a meticulous eye for detail
  • Jobseekers looking to gain an edge with an endorsed award on their CV

Sign up online and get started today, or contact the team at Brentwood Open Learning College for more information.

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