How to Become a Project Manager – A Training Course Review

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Project Management: How to Become a Project Manager course is a popular English-language course from Udemy that reflects the great need for as well as the promise of a rewarding career of a project manager. A global economy that is now project-driven is requiring more skilled and qualified project professionals. However, project management is a discipline of principles, processes and best practices. Therefore, aspiring students need to learn management skills, leadership skills and other required skill sets.

This on-demand course provides individual participants a step-by-step training in order to become knowledgeable and skilled in delivering projects on time. Enrollment in the course provides lifetime access to the course content. It is also available in the iOS and Android platforms. A certificate of completion is presented to the student at the end of the course. A 30-day money-back guarantee is offered.

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Course Price

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Student Requirements

How to Become a Project Manager course is for all levels, whether beginners who want to learn for the first time or experienced professionals who are looking to be updated or be refreshed of concepts.

Course Objectives and Learnings

By the end of the course, students would have received 26 lectures and watched/listened to a total of 4.5 hours of content. They would have gone through definitions of PM terms and would have been introduced to the different phases and areas of project management. They would have learned of the roles and responsibilities of a project manager, as well as needed skills such as building a team, leading people, negotiating and more. After the course, participants would be more ready and capable to manage corporate projects.

Target Audience

How to Become a Project Manager course is for individuals who are in project management roles. The course is relevant to those leading projects in any phase or lifecycle in any type of industry.

Curriculum/Chapters

This project management course is divided into 12 sections. The first chapter is the overview of project management. It contains two lectures that defines what project and project management are, as well as the key players involved. It also introduces the student to the nine areas, with the whole chapter running a little over 13 minutes of video lecture. Chapter 2 also contains two lectures which are about the initiation phase and the statement of work.

The rest of the curriculum include two chapters dedicated for project planning, a chapter for project execution and termination, detailed discussion on key players in a project, a chapter on building a team, leadership, communication management, cost and time management, scope, quality and risk, and a final chapter on negotiation skills.

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Instructor

idea consultancyIDEA Consultancy is a London-based education company that provides training for international students to achieve the highest IELTS score they need to gain entrance into English-language academic institutions. Ms. Susan Jones has developed an e-course that helps individuals successfully pass the IELTS test to be able to study in a university or to apply for a job. Currently, there are more than 2000 students enrolled in this project management course.

Reviews/Testimonials

How to Become a Project Manager course has received a 4.7 out of 5 rating with 11 out of 15 reviewers giving it a 5-star rating. I.E. Manu Echeverria described the course as providing excellent information that is clear and useful.

Ramdani Yacin and Kunsulu Tarasova who consider themselves beginners stated that they found good tips and easy-to-understand explanations.

Jose Maria Delos Santos

Jose Maria Delos Santos

Jose is a subject matter expert and member of the writing team for Project-Management.com. He has written hundreds of articles including project management software reviews, books reviews, training site reviews, and general articles related to the project management industry.

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