ILM Level 6 Unit: Leading Project Implementation

In Chichester

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ILM is Europe’s foremost leadership and management body and believes skilled managers/leaders hold the key to creating productive, engaged, high-performing workforces, which drive business and economic success. This practical course develops the ability to lead a successful project and critical analysis and evaluation skills in terms of risk, outputs and finance. Particular focus is on maximising strategy, impact, return on investment and quality and applying to a workplace project




Chichester (West Sussex)
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37a South Street, PO19 1EL


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  • Project
  • Management
  • IT Management
  • Skills and Training
  • Evaluation
  • Finance
  • Leadership
  • IT risk
  • Risk

Course programme

What you need to know
How will I study?

• Project planning, implementation and management approaches (e.g. use of PERT, CPA, Gantt charts, Work breakdown structures) • Project constraints (e.g. scope, time, and cost or finance, time and human resources) – their implications for project management • Planning projects that meet organisational strategy • Project scope and stakeholder analysis • Project outcome and strategic focus • Feasibility and risk assessment, evaluation and management techniques • Managing change and organisational culture • Project management and leadership skills • Identification and communication with stakeholders • Monitoring and reporting on project progress and achievement of milestones and goals • Budget management and variance analysis and reporting skills • Project evaluation and reporting • Using project evaluation to reflect on own performance and skills (CPD)
How will I be taught?

This is a 12 week course consisiting of two hour lessons on a Thursday evening from 5:15pm to 7:15pm
How will I be assessed?

Identify a complex project in your area of responsibility for your written assignment (75%) and presentation of findings (25%). Written assignment - 4,500 word report on how you planned, led, evaluated, achieved outcomes with reflection on learning. Presentation - 20 minute summary of project

Additional information

Five highlights

Ofsted Outstanding College: Inspirational teaching and learning
ILM is at the leading edge of leadership and management thinking
Plan, evaluate and lead complex projects to align with strategy
Develop strategy, implementation, decision making, risk mgmt and ROI
Improved opportunities for career advancement and self-development

ILM Level 6 Unit: Leading Project Implementation

Price on request