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A career in project management

Choosing project management as your first or next career is the first step to a fulfilling professional future.

For many reasons, there's a continually growing market and demand for project management skills.

Project management is not just about being organised. The personality traits of a senior project manager are similar to those of a successful entrepreneur: they take responsibility, they lead and they drive a team to achieve success.

Explore the various paths within project management, and you're likely to discover one that resonates with your unique strengths and ambitions.

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Who are project managers?

The role of a project manager is critical for delivering a successful project.

The range of tasks they complete to deliver a project can be wide, but essentially, the project manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the project

This includes managing the scope, schedule, finance, risk, quality and resources. 

Project managers manage a specifically selected team who are all working towards achieving the project objectives.

How to become a project manager

What It Involves
What does a project manager do?

The project manager is responsible for day-to-day management of the project and must be competent in managing all aspects of a project.

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Why choose project management?

A career as a project manager can be exciting, varied, fulfilling, and productive. There are great career prospects for project managers.

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How to become a project manager

There are many routes to becoming a project manager, from gaining a qualification, to working your way up on the job.