Introduction to Project Management masterclass


This masterclass will provide learners with a comprehensive overview of Project Management. Relevant for any project in any area of business, the masterclass covers the pragmatic skills and techniques necessary for effective project delivery.


Course overview

In this masterclass, participants will learn:

  • Technical competencies in visual tools, scorecards, dashboards, frameworks, resources matrix and roadmaps
  • Behavioural competencies in leadership, decision making, problem-solving, engagement and motivation, negotiation, conflict, and crisis.


Course aims 

Skills gained

  • Leadership
  • Decision-making
  • Problem-solving
  • Communicating and engaging

Knowledge gained

  • How to plan and execute a project
  • How to lead and boost team morale



The learner will leave the session with:

  • The knowledge and tools of how to plan a project
  • Ability to effectively deliver a project
  • The resources to lead a team throughout the entirety of a project
  • Skills to keep a team motivated 



On completion of this masterclass, learners will receive a Certificate of Attendance.



The Staffordshire Higher Skills and Engagement Pathways programme is part funded by the European Social Fund.

Delivery method
On campus
Stoke-on-Trent campus


Start date
  • Tuesday 15 November (Stoke; half-day course) 
Certificate of Attendance

Entry requirements

This training course is exclusively available to Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire based businesses with a maximum of 250 employees.


This masterclass is free to Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire based businesses with a maximum of 250 employees.


Priscah Kennedy


How to apply

To apply for this course, please email

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