Project & Programme Management Courses

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Excellence in project management needs a combination of skills, knowledge, methods and experience to achieve specific objectives in accordance with an agreed framework.

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Poorly trained project managers are the largest PM challenge for organisations
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Just 36% of projects
mostly or always deliver
their full benefits

Wellingtone PPM Intelligence, The State of Project Management Annual Survey 2018

Exemplary project management training service

We provide a wide range of high-class project and programme management courses, building on over 10 years' experience of world class training at the Royal School of Military Engineering. Our experienced coaches help individuals and businesses to engage and solve real-life problems. They work hard to build trusted relationships and ensure learners develop the skills necessary to excel in their industry – one of the many reasons why we maintain our exceptional reputation.

Our project management courses help to:

  • Acquire the core skills needed to organise, plan and manage work that will help your organisation achieve its strategic goals
  • Equip you with the tools and knowledge to successfully manage and deliver your projects and programmes
  • Realise the full potential of your team

Why choose MKC Training?

  • Highly skilled, authorised instructors teaching the latest practices
  • Bespoke training, design and delivery to help you achieve your best
  • 10+ years' experience delivering world-class training
  • We're flexible, delivering at your premises or ours

Our Project & Programme Management Courses


The MoR® Foundation course is a thought provoking 3 day course. Learners will learn about the different elements that organisations and projects need in order to manage risk effectively. This will be achieved via a mix of formal teaching, individual activities, group work and practise exam papers. At the end of the 3rd day there is a 1 hour multiple choice exam.

The Management of Risk Practitioner course gives learners a 3 day workshop to practise sample questions from the Practitioner exam. In amongst this there will be revision of the Foundation topics and discussion of how the framework could be applied to a couple of scenarios. There is a 3 hour multiple choice exam on the 2nd day.
Duration: 5 days
Price: £1,750.00

The PRINCE2 Agile certification is split into two different qualification levels – Foundation and Practitioner. The Foundation level will be covered in the first 3 days of this course. The Foundation exam will be taken in the afternoon of the third day. The final 2 days of this 5 day course will cover the Practitioner level material, demonstrating how to apply and tailor the PRINCE2 Agile context.
Duration: 3 days
Price: £1,200.00

The PRINCE2 Agile® Foundation course is an engaging 3 day introduction to the newest member of the AXELOS project management portfolio. Learners will learn about agile ways of working and discover how these can be integrated into a structured PRINCE2 project. This will be achieved via a mix of formal teaching, individual activities, group work and practice exam papers. At the end of the 3rd day there is a 1 hour multiple choice exam.
Duration: 2 days
Price: £1,250.00

The PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner course is a 2 day workshop followed by the Practitioner exam. The workshop will focus on how to apply the PRINCE2 Agile methodology to some case studies and there will be discussion on how to apply it to real-world situations. Students will practise sample Practitioner exam questions in preparation for the 2.5 hour multiple choice exam which will be taken the following morning.

The Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) Foundation & Practitioner course is a 5 day workshop. The 3 day Foundation level introduces the MSP method and terminology. The following 2 days move to Practitioner level and focus on how to apply the MSP methodology to real-world situations. On the third day you will sit the Foundation exam and finally finish with the Practitioner exam on the fifth day.

The Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) Foundation course is a 3 day introduction to the world of programme management. By the end of the course, candidates will have a better understanding of how to plan and manage the various projects needed to deliver the required outputs, and how to support the business through a potentially stressful change. The exam is a 60 minute multiple choice paper and while pre-reading is recommended, the course assumes no previous knowledge or experience.

The Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) Practitioner course is a 1 day workshop followed by the Practitioner exam. The workshop will focus on how to apply the MSP methodology to a number of case studies and there will be discussion on how to apply it to real-world situations. Students will practice sample Practitioner exam questions in preparation for the 2.5 hour multiple choice exam which will be taken the following morning.

The Association for Project Management (APM) is the chartered body for the project profession. The PMQ is a challenging 5 day course that examines the APM's Body of Knowledge 6 (BoK6). Through a mixture of lectures, activities and practice questions, students will be well prepared for the 3 hour written exam. On passing, project managers with at least 3 years experience can apply for full membership of the APM and have 'MAPM' after their name.

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