Training

We provide a full range of project management training, from technical to behavioural competences, to support you in developing delivery capability, either as individuals or teams.

Peak Performance training at CN

We support development ‘from Apprenticeship to Fellowship‘ levels, including delivery of Higher Apprenticeships for Project Management with academic partners and supporting Masters level programmes.  We have all the necessary building blocks for training to meet your needs, from Planning and Risk Management to Communications courses and Stakeholder Management.

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Our team is widely experienced in theory as well as delivery, so you will not just be getting bland training from a textbook to pass an examination.  We will be putting your learning into context through real examples and interactive sessions with real experts.

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We also deliver the brand ‘NLP4PM’ as one route to develop behavioural competences for managers of projects – GO TO NLP4PM WEBSITE

Most of our courses are provided in-house, though we do provide a range of public courses – SEE OUR SCHEDULE OF COURSES

We train on client sites, in the UK and abroad, in London, and in the former national training centre used by BT and Accenture – SEE VENUES

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Testimonials and Endorsements


Project failures, whether in terms of delivery or benefits realisation, continue to grab the headlines and there is a widely held perception that the project management profession does not learn from its mistakes. Methodologies and processes are clearly part of the answer, but we also need to address the people dimension of project and programme management, and this means looking beyond traditional approaches premised on the rational economic man paradigm of incentives and sanctions. Let’s be clear, there is nothing wrong with such approaches, apart from the fact they don’t work! They may be necessary, but are rarely sufficient – the difference that makes the difference is to apply approaches that engage people in terms that tap into their creativity and desire to contribute to a worthwhile cause. This is where NLP, and this book in particular, is key. Read it, apply it and not only will it make you a more effective project manager, it will also ensure the projects you are engaged in are more successful.
Steve Jenner FAPM