It is recommended that each employee attends at least 12-20 hours of training,
depending on their position. An engineer for example may need more training than
a secretary since he/she will most likely spend more time working on projects
of various sizes.
The concepts of project management can be broken down
in a way that supplies a backbone enabling to the person to grasp the idea of
project management enough to make their daily work more effective, leaving the
real project coordinating work to the project manager.
To make the training
most effective, it has been broken down into two categories; bookwork and project
work. Book work will consist of about 60% of the training. This time is devoted
to learning the concepts of project management, how they are related and how important
it is to have a project planned properly from the start. The project work section
is a time to work on mini projects, a time for the instructor to throw the curve
balls that will most like happen on projects in the real world. This is the time
when the concepts are learned and the importance is driven home. There's no better
way to learn the importance of proper planning than finding your self in a panic
state caused from variables that weren't taken in for account during initial planning.
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What is Project Management?
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Training Makes A Difference
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How Much Training is Needed?
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