Project Management in a Research Environment (2-part)
Part 1: Introduction to Project Management Techniques - TBC
Part 2: Project Management in a Research Environment: Queen’s approach - TBC
Delivery: Via MS Teams
This two-part programme will develop participants’ knowledge and application of project management techniques for the management of research grants. Project management techniques will be illustrated and we will discuss how these can be applied to research projects. This knowledge can be used in the planning of a research project and during the post-award implementation of the project.
You will have an opportunity to consider how you can use these techniques to plan and implement your current and future projects. An experienced academic research project manager will also discuss their experience and suggest some of the does and don’ts of managing research projects.
What is required in managing a research project?Overview of Project Management techniques and languageApplication of project management techniques to a research grant: what are common challenges?
This session will include an overview of post-award finances, but please check with Finance Training for more detailed financial training sessions if required.
Designed for early career academic staff and experienced research staff.
To register for this training course, log onto iTrent.
You will be registered for both sessions. Please ensure you can commit to attend both sessions. Places will be limited and if you are unable to attend please cancel via iTrent to make the place is available to a colleague.
Course Contact DetailsName: Organisational Development
New Course: Yes
Course Type(s): Effective Researcher Programme, Human Resources/Personnel Events, Leadership, Management and Supervisory, Research and Enterprise Skills
Staff Categories: Academic, Academic Related, Research
Keywords: Research, Grant, Techniques, Management, Managing, Project,