Our Certified Project Trainers (CPTs) are:
- Proven industry experts with a minimum of 10 years’ practical experience in leading complex projects, programs and portfolios of work
- Inspiring communicators, and creative and critical thinkers
- Trained educators, facilitators and mentors
Importantly, they are not professional lecturers who have only learned project management from text-books and classrooms – they superimpose a wealth of project skill and experience from all stakeholder perspectives that brings project management to life for learners. In doing so, they look beyond the curriculum to add value to students and their employers.
Subject matter experts from within your organisation or ours – such as senior risk, procurement and stakeholder managers – can also be invited to present as part of the program, which can be easily adjusted to accommodate them on a needs basis. These presentations and the important questions and group interaction that follows can be in-person, pre-recorded or virtual, subject to technology constraints.
Therefore, to ensure optimum engagement, we recommended that classes be limited to 15-20 students and maintain a strict 1:25 instructor-to-student ratio ceiling.
In the classroom, participants are clustered in groups of 3-5 as they work with their peers through a range of practical, scenario-based problems, leveraging their collective experience and new knowledge of good-practice. These groups are refreshed daily to promote as much lateral, peer-to-peer interaction as possible.
We are also happy to share our proprietary templates and learning materials to contextualise the training to your organisation’s requirements, or we can assist participants to identify the most appropriate corporate assets and tools to use, and how to use them well.