Diploma in Project Management
October 13, 2022 - December 15, 2022
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Diploma in Project Management
About this event
This programme will begin on 13th October and run for ten weeks finishing on 15th December 2022, one evening per week at 6.30pm-9.30pm. The programme will be delivered in a blended format with Week 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 & 9 online and Week 5 (3rd November) and Week 10 (8th December) to be delivered face to face in The Talbot Hotel in County Carlow.
This highly practical Diploma offers participants the opportunity to gain a project management qualification from Ireland’s first Technological University.
The Diploma is aligned to internationally recognised best practices in the discipline of project, programme and portfolio management. Participants will develop the essential knowledge, skills and competencies required for successful project outcomes.
The Diploma is structured around real-world project management challenges and internationally recognised best practices, including the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), PRINCE2® and Agile Project Management.
The skills and techniques taught on this program are relevant to all sectors of business and government including professional services, construction, engineering, technology and life sciences.
Students also learn how to utilise Microsoft Planner & Project in the planning, execution and monitoring and controlling of projects.
• Current trends & recognised Best Practices
• The Role of the Project Manager
• The art & science of PM
• Hybrid approaches
• Remote Teams
• Work Breakdown Structure
• Gantt Charts
• Critical Path Analysis
• Tracking Planned versus Actual
• Resources & Costs
• Dashboards & Reports
• Custom Fields
• Strategic Project Management
• Stakeholder Engagement
• Capacity & Capability
• Risk & Contingency
• Earned Value Management
• Project Complexity
• Project Management Maturity
• Determining Project Value
• Project Failure
Trainer: John McGrath
John is a trusted project management advisor to some of the largest organisations in the world. His track record over the last 20 years includes over 250 global companies, government agencies, state enterprises, Engineers Ireland, the United Nations, the London and Rio Paralympics and the World Bank.
John’s passion is in building project management competency within organisations. John is the Course Director for the MSc in Project Management at TUDublin. Previously John lectured in Project Management at NUIM, TCD, UCD, Smurfit Business School and Brunel University. John has also served as the Events Director for the Irish Chapter of PMI, Irish Ambassador and Global Life Science Lead for the Agile Business Consortium.
John is the founder and Editor of the PMORoadshow, Ireland’s only Project Management Magazine. He has published papers in academic and industry journals and has presented at over 100 international project management conferences.
Dates & Times
13th October and run for ten weeks finishing on 15th December 2022 / 6.30pm-9.30pm.
This programme is costed at €2100pp however, with Waterford Chamber Skillnet funding applied the cost per person will be €995pp.
Diploma in Project Management from TUDublin
Venue: Online Training
This training programme will take place live online.