Category Archives: Training

Project Management Training

15 Hours Left to Register!

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The Project Management Telesummit registration end in 15 hours! Hurry and register now! Update: It appears they have extended the registration deadline. ?I’m looking forward to the event, and it looks like you have a bit more time to take part if you wish.

The Project Management Telesummit

Filed under Career, Training | Posted by PMStudent

I recently found out my fellow blogger Samad Aidane has been working hard to help set up a ‘telesummit’ in March. I know several of the presenters and this should be a good event! ?I have attended the PMI Global Congress event for the last 3 years, and this virtual event is much more cost […]

How to Manage Projects Effectively

Filed under Career, Training | Posted by PMStudent

“Plan. Execute. Manage Change. Be a Great Leader.” It’s good advice, but it’s nothing new. You’ve probably known from the beginning that being able to do all these things well is a crucial part of being a great project manager. It’s pretty obvious that you’re not going to land a job as a project manager […]

Project Management Career Coaching

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If you?re looking for resources to take your career to the next level ? you?re in the right place. In addition to the hundreds of articles that pmStudent has provided since 2006 we have also produced many great training resources to help you reach your potential. This is one of the courses I’m most proud […]

The Perfect Project – London Area Training

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Ron Rosenhead is someone I have a lot of respect for. He’s a project management consultant and trainer, and shares a pragmatic approach to managing projects in the real world. He and I had a great discussion for almost 2 hours Inside pmStudent e-Learning about: Getting Started in Project Management PM Involvement in Business Cases […]

Project Management From a Practical Perspective

Project Management From a Practical Perspective Let?s start with the basic premise that most of the significant things we do can really be considered a project. Whether that?s building a new house, developing a new set of purchasing procedures, implementing a new computer system etc., (the list is potentially endless) these types of endeavours can […]

PMP PDU training I recommend…

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You may already know that your PMP PDU quota of 60 every 3 years must be maintained, or else you lose your PMP. I see a lot of people who have procrastinated and now they have to put their lives on hold (and usually spend a lot of money all at once) to keep their certification.

Don’t let that happen to you.