The University of Bath Doctoral College researchers and PGRs attended our Introduction to Project Management and Intermediate Project Management courses held at University Bath at the end of last month.
These are run as part of our Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) suite of courses, preparing researchers to sit the Project Management Institute’s globally-recognised professional exam.
CAPM professional certification is recognised across sectors and across the world. It provides a real differentiator when it comes to moving forward in current or different roles – in academic and non-academic roles engaged with industry.
Researchers gave the sessions 4.95 out of 5 (5 being Excellent), with a wide range of comments indicating the usefulness of the sessions as well as their applicability to PhD and beyond:
- “I’m going to plan the final stages of my PhD more thoroughly using techniques provided. I feel more confident I can plan and finish on time now.”
- “Instantly transferable, very valuable.”
- “I’ll apply insights from the course – about budgeting & stakeholder analysis to my research. I’ll use the tools and techniques more broadly.”
- “Great session, thanks. Good balance of interaction and talks.”
- [I woul d tell colleagues] “That this is an extremely valuable learning experience that will give added value to their everyday work experience.”
- “Makes a potentially dry topic really interesting and accessible. It far exceeded my expectation. I came for CV building but have learnt loads.”
- “It was informative and well presented.”
- “Really useful & relevant training to both academic and beyond.”
- “Very engaging delivery.”
- “Informative, interactive session that I have thoroughly enjoyed. Applicable to wide range of scenarios inc research.”
- “Highly interactive & informative – highly applicable for PhDs.”
- [I will apply] “The entire cohort of management tools.”
- “Session was fantastic. Could have been really dry but engaging + relevant.”
- “Excellent and extremely valuable, delivered in an accessible, professional and effective manner. Would do again.”
- [I would tell colleagues] “Sign up for next semester.”
- “Enthusiastic instructor, learnt a lot.”
- “Informative, interactive, challenging.”
- [I will] “Map out/plan the next 2 1/2 yrs of my PhD!”