ILM Project Management (Endorsed award)

Title:ILM Project Management (Endorsed award)

Duration:2.5 days
Professional Development

Who should attend?

This programme is designed for University staff in all job families who manage projects of any size.  Delegates must be leading the planning of a project in the near future in order to carry out the course work.

These courses are NOT open to postgraduate students - they are designed for University staff only.

Registration process

Please complete the delegate registration online form when you book your ILM training course.

You should also ask your line manager to complete the online Line Manager Approval Form to confirm their approval for you to attend this training course.

To register for this course you need to sign up for the first date shown below.  This automatically registers you for all dates for this award. The date of the optional tutorial is also given below.


There is a £150 charge payable by the School/Department to attend this course and you must attend all of the days to gain certification. If you don't attend Day 1 without giving at least 3 days' notice, and the place is not taken by another delegate, then the School/Department will still be charged.

Please note that lunch will not be offered as part of this course.

Programme Overview

This is a practical two day course with an optional tutorial covering all aspects of project planning, implementation, monitoring and risk management.

Day 1: Project management overview and project planning

Day 2: Optional tutorial half day

Day 3: Delivering a project successfully and dealing with difficulties

The programme material is based on the University of Nottingham project management framework and uses key documents and techniques from the framework.

Learning outcomes

Delegates will:

  • Understand the University of Nottingham project management framework and how to use it to successfully manage their own work-based projects

  • Recognise and use the key documents from the University of Nottingham Project Management framework, particularly the project initiation document

  • Employ key project management tools such as GANTT charts,communication plans and risk analysis to manage a project

  • Consider the importance of ‘human factors’ to project success, such as stakeholder management and engagement

  • Learn methods to deal with typical things that can cause projects to fail

  • Take part in a 2-part case study to consolidate learning from Day 1 and Day 2

Award assessment

The coursework is in the form of a project plan of a project you are actually managing at work. This is based on the University of Nottingham ‘Project Initiation’ document which is part of the University’s project management framework. The project will require you to translate your learning from the programme and use key project management methods.


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