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Boyle Practical Project Management

Boyle Practical Project Management was formed in 2012 and is registered with the Companies Registration Office. BPPM is an international company with customers just like you in five continents. With headquarters in Ireland, the primary objective of the company is to assist and empower you to complete new projects. This is achieved by equipping you with the tools and techniques of Project Management, and by giving you insight into how others have completed similar projects. BPPM is about achieving exactly what it is you want with the resources available to you. BPPM works with you to plan personal projects, startup projects or improvement projects within your established company. The BPPM approach is a practical method of introducing project management tools and techniques to new managers,while also planning their respective projects.

Why Project Management?

Project management is a growing field used increasingly by individuals and businesses of all sizes. As entrepreneurs business start-ups pioneers and company executives deal with the daily operations, it is important to use proven project management tools and techniques to oversee projects from conception to completion. Understanding effective project management techniques helps individuals and businesses to deliver out both small and large-scale projects successfully.

Project Management Attraction

Here are the reasons that lead down the formal project management route. Hopefully, these insights will prove helpful to people awarded project management roles because of their expertise in other areas.

1. Projects fix things.

Projects affords the opportunity to fix things.  Projects are not unlike taking items apart and building them back up again. You have a product or service with a set of parts.  You would like to improve this product or service. In the first instance you must understand existing processes. Just like putting something back together again there are limited instructions on how to achieve success. However with projects you need to create a project plan to determine the, (a) what, (b) how, (c) who, and the (d) how much.

2. Projects force you to think outside the box.

Project managers have to deal with constant risk and uncertainty. A bit like a small child constantly asking that often difficult to answer “why” question PM's normally ask the “what if” question.  Projects often mirror real life scenarios. We don’t ever know what’s around the corner but we learn to adapt.

3. Projects bring the best out in people.

Working with people on project teams to achieve successful outcomes is one of the most rewarding aspects of roject management.

4. Projects yield measurable results.

The project’s outcomes are more than the successful completion of a building or installation of a process or technology. Projects by nature have predefined benefit.The production of visible results from a project can be very exciting. Benefits realisation is normally not immediate. Normally PMs would have moved to the next project prior to benefits realisation and often miss that “wow” moment of benefits realisation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I choose Boyle Practical Project Management?

Who is the project management course for?

Are there any prerequisites?

What is covered in the project management course?

Does BPPM provide on-site services for companies?

Is the course accredited?


Why should I choose Boyle Practical Project Management


You should choose BPPM as it is our mission to satisfy your requirements. If you cannot decide based on information contained on this website then feel free to make further enquiries.


Who is the project management course for?

The project management course is for persons:
* currently working or about to commence a project.
* wanting to develop project management planning skills.
* requiring a working knowledge of BPPM’s approach to project planning.
* Wishing to apply project management tools and techniques to any project within any industry.

Are there any prerequisites?

Each participant, as part of the course,  must have a project to complete. Participants enrolling in this course should be planning to lead a project or be part of a project team. A working knowledge of word and spreadsheet processing packages is desirable.

What is covered in the project management course?

* essential principles, tools and techniques of project management planning
* stakeholder analysis
* introduction to project management information systems
* BPPM planning framework for success
* managing risk
* procuring products and services
* budget/cost management
* project communication
* project reporting
* putting it all together

Does BPPM provide on-site services for companies?

Yes - our in-company programme can be tailored specifically to meet the needs of individual clients. In-company training is a convenient and cost effective training method designed to give the client flexibility in terms of specific areas of interest. However, this service is currently available only to Irish-based companies.

Is the course accredited?

The course is accredited by the company in which the project is to be implemented, upon successful completion of the course and dependant on project plan approval.

Course participants from a diverse range of  companies have had projects plans which they completed as part of the course implemented within their respective companies.

The practical course is designed to assist you with the completion of your project plan. The production of the project plan involves using the essential processes within project management. Your proof of completing the course is witnessed by BPPM. The project plan is aproved by a qualified person on behalf of the company in which the planis to be implemented.

The course assignments and project plan are examined thoroughly and are deliberately structured in building blocks to equip you with a strong set of business tools and techniques that will assist you with your current and future projects. The course assignments will demand that you learn the fundamental theory, know how to use the tools and techniques of project management and be in a position to apply them practically.he more work and effort you put in, the greater the reward and the greater satisfaction you will gain. The Accreditation Award is only made to candidates who complete the course and have their projects approved.


 
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