Practical PM ( Training


Application Deadline

● Application Closed


● 3 days x 7 hour training at Innovation Centre Kosovo (HUB 038)
Description is a minimalist, practical project management system that is used in many different types of projects all over the world. The system is designed to be easy to learn, easy to use, and easy to teach. is supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and available under a Creative Commons license.


Many companies train their employees in PRINCE2, Agile or PMP, as these are the most well- known certifications, which are then added to their CV's and Linkedin accounts. The next important point is that these candidates apply project management in practice.


Project management is learned by doing it. Therefore, some project management training must be hands-on so that participants can learn project management techniques and put them into practice.


Project scenario choices

● Trainer can bring own project scenario

● Or we can use a project scenario provide by the Candidates

Phase 1: Practical Training activities

● Introduction to Project Scenario introduced by trainer

● Appoint Sponsor and Project Manager

● Create Project Charter (Project Summary) - Why, What, etc…

● Project Breakdown exercises

Phase 2: Practical Training activities

● Project Breakdown for scenario project

● Project Schedule (high level)

● Requirements: Write requirements

● Requirements: Add quality criteria (definition of done)

● Communication Plan

Phase 3: Practical Training activities

● Business Case

● Reporting to a PMO

o Weekly Status Reporting, project radiator

o Project Accounting (Budget, Risks,.. )

● Risks documentation

● Plan first cycle

● Deal with issue and issues

Phase 4: Practical Training activities

● Repeat Phase 1, 2 & 3 for a local project (related to current work)

● All training steps will be support by PM trainer

● Training output: Documented project

Outcome of Practical training

We expect learners to be able to implement in their projects after the workshop; i.e., run their projects with a simple, structured project management method, which ultimately helps them achieve better results.

In other words, it's not about communicating some information that can contribute to implementation of a structured method in the future, but giving them the immediate capability. What they would implement will not be perfect (and doesn't have to be) after a single workshop, but it will be a lot better than ad hoc project management.


- P3P ( Practitioner)

- Online exam taken with CertN.Global

Eldisa Cirogu | Instructor

Her expertise in project management is related to the following topics: Business development, EU integration process, circular migration, asylum seekers and refugees, conflict studies and peace research, media relations.

She have been involved as Project Coordinator for the project GET START: challenges always come before solutions, ERASMUS +, KA2 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education
2016–1–IT02–KA204 024349 (best practices on reception and integration).
Actually she is involved as Project expert for public bodies and the private sector.

Frank Turley | Instructor

Frank Turley is a project management author, speaker, and adviser, with more than 16 years of experience in project management.

Frank’s mission it to change the way the world learns and practices project management. He does this through practical PM trainings with, sharing training material, sample projects, and highlight the more important PM techniques.

He is a regular speaker at PM events on topics such as PM skills and making it easy for people to get started in project management, gain skills and picking up PM experience. He also suggests volunteering as the best way to open yourself up to gaining these skills, as this is working for many people.