Role-Based Training Solutions: Project Management

Project Managers use processes, tools, and years of knowledge and experience to complete a planned project on time. Project Managers must be able to work with a variety of technical tools while effectively communicating project updates and next steps to their teams. This adaptability is what separates the highly effective Project Manager from the rest of the field. Project Managers can work in a variety of different departments and industries, from IT to human resources, to advertising & marketing to construction, and more.

To help professionals learn on-the-job skills that will propel your business forward, United Training has compiled a list of our recommended training courses for job roles surrounding Project Management.

Assistant Project Manager

Assistant Project Managers are typically brought on to support the Project Manager in the planning and execution of a project. They often assist Project Managers on larger, complex projects and ensure the project runs smoothly from beginning to end. Assistant Project Managers often complete the day-to-day tasks like coordinating with vendors and collaborating with other departments to find resources for the project.

Project Manager

Project Managers are responsible for one or multiple projects within an organization. They plan, budget, oversee, and document all aspects of their projects. Project Managers are expected to work with the teams they have to give updates on project timelines and goals to stakeholders.

Project Coordinator

Project Coordinators work to assist Project Manager's teams by communicating and organizing meetings, resources, and information needed for the projects. They monitor the project progress and help make sure the team is meeting its goals. Other responsibilities for Project Coordinators may include budgeting, monitoring expenses, and projecting cash flow for the projects.

Agile Project Manager

An Agile Project Manager (APM) is a tenured professional who is responsible for planning, leading, organizing , and motivating Agile project teams. They are responsible for actively managing risks and issues, while ensuring the team is fully functional, cooperating, and productive.

Just Getting Started in the Area of Project Management?

If your goal is to move into a Project Management role, or you would like a better understanding of Project Management fundamentals, the following course is the right place to start.

Please Note: The courses listed above are our recommendations for some of the most common roles within Project Management; however, your organization may have slightly different titles and/or responsibilities. Please contact us below to speak with one of our expert Account Representatives to discuss the specific learning requirements for you and your business.

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