new Project Management Practice programmes are designed for graduates
who are looking to move into project management, and for practitioners
interested in deepening and widening their competence, expertise
and professional practice. These courses provide students with the
ability to act as better project managers through reflection on
how the techniques learned solve real-life problems in their project
provide a springboard for personal and professional development
and career progression. These programmes are constructed in block-release
format combined with additional work and assessment in order to
enable students in full-time employment to complete the course.
Advanced Diploma Project Management Practice
An intensive seven-month course offering in-depth coverage of project
management principles and approaches. The programme focuses on both
the management and the leadership aspects in projects. The programme
is specifically designed for anyone with an interest in how projects
are managed and can also be taken as a bridge to further learning
at postgraduate level. Graduates of the programme may proceed to
the MSc Project Management Practice, carrying forward their accumulated
MSc Project Management Practice
The MSc offers a multidisciplinary introduction to the theory and
practice of managing and leading projects. Students come from a
variety of backgrounds and environments and throughout the course
will gain exposure to new perspectives, approaches, frameworks and
executive level courses, run in partnership with CITI,
are aimed at experienced project and programme managers who wish
to refine, develop and improve their skills and are taught by professionals,
for professionals. Participants should possess a good honours class
degree and ideally have a minimum of three years' experience managing
small to medium projects, or have substantial management experience.
Cert Managing Major Projects
The course is designed to provide professional project and programme
managers with the knowledge, skills and insights to successfully
run major projects. The programme contains a mixture of academic
and practical elements and, through its modular structure, enables
students to take highly practical techniques and tools back into
Managing Major Projects and Programmes
This rigorous programme is designed to develop the expertise of
mid career and senior practitioners through an exciting mix of theory
and practice which draws on NCPM’s leading edge research and
industry links. This part time programme takes a minimum of two
years to complete and concludes with a relevant work-based dissertation.
There is an emphasis on cross sector peer engagement. Analysis and
reflective learning are key factors in making this programme unique
in the UK.
by Research in Project Management
offers a range of training
courses in project management skills and competencies, which
can be tailored to suit the requirements of individual companies.
can take place on campus, on site, in company or at any agreed venue.