Project Management Skills for Students in Education – “Train the Teacher”

  • Location: Anywhere in the world
  • Duration: 6 Hrs
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Robertson Consulting Ltd also wishes to give back by providing assistance to educational establishments to introduce Project Management skills as essential Life Skills.

Robertson Consulting Ltd offers this special “Train the Teacher” session to Educational establishments from secondary school level upwards (Age 11 and above)  on the establishment’s own site. This is offered anywhere in the world accessible by the trainer on the basis that reasonable expenses are paid.

Simon Robertson successfully introduced the first “PM Skills Pilot Programme” in a Secondary School in the UK in the period 2010-12. This was made possible by a generous budget provided by the PMI EF (Project Management Institute Educational Foundation), For more information and videos see “Training Portal\ Special Interests! page on this website.

The PMI EF make such funding available to not-for-profit organisations and government backed educational establishments. This awarded on a twice annual basis on the winning application.

See PMI EF Grants and Awards site here

 Using a simple project management process model based on the PMI PMBOK® Guide processes (below), and tailored PMI EF templates, the students were provided with guidance from the teaching staff, after this Train the Teacher course, and set the assignment to work on. All students worked on the same assignment.

PM Skills Process Map

Students competed in teams, completed a 10 week assignment and were then judged by a panel of PMI experts (volunteers) as they delivered a presentation of their project results.


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The winning team, with their Teacher, see below, were awarded with a PMI Educational Foundation Certificate of Special Achievement and small personal prize by the then UK Chapter President, Duncan Chappell, and Pilot Programme Manager, Simon Robertson.


In addition Robertson Consulting Ltd has a variety of E-Learning downloadable courses – please refer to E-Learning or Downloadable On-line courses under “Training Portal\E-Learning”, or “Training Portal\Downloads”.

 For details on course content, or if you have specific requirements, please contact Simon Robertson on

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