Still the most engaging learning experiences

Find below our catalogue of classroom led interactive learning experiences. These experiences are only offered as in-house sessions.


If you want to know more or order a learning experience, reach out via info@gaps.be or +32 (0)474 98 43 88.


CR/02

BOOST PROJECT SUCCESS

3-DAY CLASSROOM LEARNING EXPERIENCE


Target audience:

  • Team & departmental heads in charge of overseeing projects; 
  • People expected to manage medium-sized to large projects; 
  • People with at least two years of experience working in teams.


Main characteristics:

  • Collaborative learning experience with a good amount of exercises; 
  • Organized around and focus on realizing successful projects; 
  • Sharing of real life experiences & field stories; 
  • Quick start into project management.


Key objectives:

  • Being aligned on what project management actually is; 
  • Being able to apply basis project management techniques; 
  • Being able to focus on those aspects of project management which lead to project success.

CR/04

A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION INTO PROJECT MANAGEMENT

1-DAY CLASSROOM LEARNING EXPERIENCE


Target audience:

  • Junior project managers; 
  • People being asked to run a project for the first time; 
  • No preliminary experience or knowledge is required.


Main characteristics:

  • A review of project management from a field/practical perspective; 
  • A basic introduction into the project management field; 
  • Traditional learning experience structure: overview from starting a project until the end of the project; 
  • Tunable in a 1 or 2-day learning experience.


Key objectives:

  • Defining the field of project management in a practical way;
  • Get an overview of the most important project management techniques; 
  • Being able to take the first steps as a (project) team lead; 
  • Obtain useful tips & tricks.

CR/05

PM for TEAM MEMBERS

1-DAY CLASSROOM LEARNING EXPERIENCE 


Target audience:

  • People asked to work in a project team, but not required to manage it;
  • Stakeholders that want to understand the very basics of project management; 
  • No preliminary experience or knowledge is required.


Main characteristics:

  • A review of project management from a non-management perspective; 
  • A basic introduction into the project management field.


Key objectives:

  • Being aligned on what project management actually is; 
  • Understand why the project manager requires something from the project team member;
  • Know how to contribute to the management of the project as a team member; 
  • Being able to apply basic project management techniques to the benefit of his/ her own tasks.

CR/06

EXECUTIVE WORKSHOP

4-HRS WORKSHOP


Target audience:

  • Members of higher or executive management; 
  • Project executives, project sponsors; 
  • Stakeholders typically overseeing or steering projects, but who are not directly involved in the daily management of a project.


Main characteristics:

  • 3 to 4 hour Interactive “C-Level” workshop; 
  • Focusses on taking up steering roles in projects; 
  • Provides the participants with ready-to-use checklist for critical project monitoring & questioning; 
  • Goes beyond project management into the management of project portfolio’s.


Key objectives:

  • Being aligned on what project management actually is; 
  • Understanding the benefits of structured project management; 
  • Knowing how to take-up typical “project steering” roles; 
  • Understanding strategic alignment of projects with portfolio management.