Be more effective by managing projects like a pro!
You are a (potential) project leader or member of a project team. You want to learn how to apply the project management approach. You want to save time by knowing how to do things. You want to experiment and take a critical look on yourself and your working methods in order to become more effective in your project work.
Virtual classes or classes on location: you make the choice
Our main goal is that you continue your development by attending trainings, in a way that suits you best. As of June 1, you can opt to enroll in a training on location. We will make sure the training environment is safe, taking into account the rules that are set out by our government regarding hygiene and safety. You can read all about these measures here: https://www.sn.nl/over-schouten-en-nelissen/coronamaatregelen/.
If you prefer to train virtually, we cater to this wish as well. In our Virtual Classroom you will meet your trainer and co-participants. We have made one alteration: a training that is originally planned in one day, will be divided into two sessions of 4 hours each. This way you will not spend a whole day behind your computer and it will ensure you stay fit and alert. After your final registration in our systems, the extra session of 4 hours will be planned by the trainer, in consultation with you and the other participants in your group.
We guarantee you will get the same quality and results from a virtual training, as you would have obtained by training on location. For more information please check: https://www.sn.nl/opleidingen/virtual-classroom. Should you have any additional questions, please contact us at 0418 688 510) or at email@example.com. We’d be happy to help you.
Your results after Project management (also online)
- You know when to apply the project management approach
- You can structure a (simple) project
- You are able to take a position in a project organization
- You can involve others in the project
- You work together more effectively
- You know how to use a project proposal, plan, report and evaluation
- You have more control over time, money, organization, risks and information