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Project management course

Written by Paula Devine | 18 Sep 2013

Businesses based in the Luton area are set to benefit from a free* University of Bedfordshire five-day course leading to an internationally recognised project management qualification.

Delivered by the University’s Knowledge Hub, PRINCE2® is a process-based approach for project management, practiced both in the UK and worldwide.

The programme focuses on topics ranging from project management terminology use to principles and techniques.

Commenting on the course, PRINCE2® tutor at Bedfordshire, Carol Elliott said: "The University’s training is not just about theory, but also about value and practical use. We use a number of accelerated learning techniques so that learning on our courses is interactive and fun and that it truly delivers real value.”

Taking place at the University’s state-of-the-art Postgraduate and Continuing Professional Development Centre in Luton, expert training will be provided by professional tutors with a wealth of experience both in the public and private sectors.

The University has a limited number of places available on its five-day PRINCE2® course in October, November and December, which is being funded by the European Social Fund in partnership with Luton Borough Council.

To book your place please contact the Knowledge Hub on 0800 328 5334 or visit:

* Eligibility criteria apply. This funded course is targeted at small and medium sized businesses and enterprises (SMEs) in the Luton area only (postcodes LU1- LU4) with 2 - 249 employees working in eligible sectors. Please Contact the Knowledge Hub on 0800 328 5334 for more information.

Topics: business, Luton, Uncategorized, University of Bedfordshire

Paula Devine

Written by Paula Devine

Paula is Head of Membership and Global Services at Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce.

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