Project management

YOUR CHALLENGES

Project management is not immune to the sharp increase in innovation and complexity that exists within contexts in which projects operate:

  • environments that are constantly changing,
  • numerous stakeholders with diverse expectations,
  • the growing integration of sub-contracting in project processes,
  • series of technological breakthroughs, • events taking place outside of projects that are likely to bring about global changes in all sectors.

It is becoming increasingly important to obtain professional recognition of your skills, by:

  • obtaining qualifications with the help of training courses that set recognized standards in project management: PMI and IPMA
  • having training courses at your disposal for individuals who are very experienced and are too busy to participate in courses during the daytime…
  • informing yourself of the elements that are constantly changing, such as risks and opportunities, stakeholders and the management of contractors.
  • finding new, effective and fun ways to acquire skills.

OUR ATTRIBUTES

  1. Four high-quality simulators, dedicated to project management.
    We are convinced that learning is achieved through experience. We have therefore started to integrate practical sessions in the advanced simulators for project management: stakeholders, project monitoring, project team management, project direction.
  2. CSP Training is recognized as an REP (Registered Education Provider) by the PMI® (Project Management Institute)
    In order to obtain this certification, we demonstrated that our training courses in project management are world class. 9 of our training courses are set to be certified by the PMI®.
  3. A close partnership with the AFITEP, characterized by regular involvement in the organization and hosting of evenings, training days and conferences on topical themes concerning project management.
  4. The creation of a section dedicated to sub-contracting and the management of sub-contractors based on our experience deploying training within large industrial and IT groups.
  5. "Project Clubs Evenings", for sharing best practices
    The approach of providing evening training offers: ¤ an opportunity to acquire new skills via short evening sessions (6.00pm - 8.00pm) without disturbing your schedule ¤ the occasion to meet with others to work on complex issues and discuss best practices ¤ the occasion to meet with other professionals in the field of project management ¤ to have informal discussion over a cocktail buffet

It's our clients that know best!

Successfully managing a project

A good balance between case studies, role plays and some theory. We were able to put into practice everything that we were taught through the use of a project simulator

Sophie N., marketing projects manager in the legal sector.

Managing a project team

A clear overview of the responsibilities of the project manager. We learned the importance of good management via scenario work and a good psychological approach to the difficulties faced daily.

Kevin T., project manager in the field of construction.

Project management basics

We carried out many exercises featuring applications that enable you to ask yourself the right questions and really instill the basic method

Nicolas W., HR project manager, advice.