Change management for project staff
Duration 2 hours
Team Staff Development

Course overview
This interactive 2 hour online session is aimed at anyone working on delivery of projects or programmes. The session content has been designed to complement the Prince II methodology used by the University. Attendees will develop a better understanding of how a project is more likely to achieve its benefits when change management is incorporated into their role.  They will also gain an understanding of the ‘5 steps to successful change’ which will provide a framework for managing change on their project/programme including an overview of the change strategy to complete and useful tools to aid the process.

The course will be interactive and cater for different learning styles.

What we will cover

  • What is the risk of not doing change well? Benefits of good change management.
  • The 5-steps to successful change
  • Change strategy and associated tasks and templates
  • Change impact
  • Preparing people for change
  • Communication and engagement
  • Ensuring people are ready for change

What you’ll leave with

  • Understanding of 5-steps to successful change and how it fits with your project structure.
  • Ability to complete a change strategy and associated tasks and templates
  • Awareness of the suggested templates to complete and how to get the best out of them using available tools.
  • Understanding of change impact
  • Being better equipped to ensure long term success of your project.

What to do before you attend: Delegates will receive brief pre-reading prior to the session.

Who this course is aimed at: This course is open to all staff who work on delivery of projects or programmes. It provides a follow on from the APMG foundation course in change management, but it is not essential to have attended this prior to this session.  If you do not fall within category of staff but feel you would benefit from attending this course, please contact to discuss.

LocationStart DateAll DatesTimesPlaces AvailableTutorBook
Online27 Apr 202127 April 20212:00pm - 4:00pm1
Online26 May 202126 May 20219:30am - 11:30am4
Online24 Jun 202124 June 20212:00pm - 4:00pm8