One of the most significant roles within a business is a project manager. Most people get offered this role after working with the company for a certain amount of time, then realise how much work they have to do when managing a group of people. This change from intern to project manager can be quite daunting for most people, as your team member’s look up to you as a role model.

Project management training is vital to have for anyone who’ve just moved to this position for the first time. If the project manager doesn’t have the knowledge and experience to manage a team, it will fall apart and so will the business.

Project Management training has a vast amount of benefits that will help the cogs turning within your business which include:

  •  Helping the project manager learn how to prioritise objectives that will assist your company’s goals.
  • Supporting the team leader to make most out of the resources, money, time and manpower in the business so that your departments can work more efficiently.
  • Receiving high profile reports from the project manager so that you know exactly what is happening within an objective.
  • Teaching globally recognised project management techniques to the employer so that he or she can implement these methods to the team.

So what course should your staff learn?

There are many project management techniques that your staff can learn so it is important that you choose the right one for your business. Below is a list of the most popular courses in the training industry:

PRINCE2 Training

This certification is globally recognised by thousands of different employers and will make you more employable including an increase your salary. The PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner training courses are the most popular option to take as the methodology helps you to manage in any working environment which gives you the freedom to lead high profile projects in any industry.

Agile Training

With an Agile Project Management Training qualification, your team will be able to deal with problems much easier or avoid them all together. There will be less conflicts as the teams common understanding will mean that they will adapt together when tackling each project.

PMP Training

This training course will be of great value if you would like to continue your career in project management. By taking this course you will be more flexible to new ways of thinking about project management values, best practices, methods and trending topics.

Lean Six Sigma Training

Lean six sigma is made up of different methods that can support you to improve your own personal productivity which will also benefit the business you are working for. These tools will aid you to identify weak areas in your business and create a strategy to improve them.