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This workshop is designed to give an overview of the major processes and themes of the PRINCE2 project management methodology.

Who should attend

Project Managers, Team Leaders and people working within a PRINCE2 project environment will benefit.

Key areas

  • Understand the benefits of using a formal project management approach
  • Gain an appreciation of PRINCE2 as a project management method
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the project management team within a PRINCE2 project, with particular reference to the Project Board

Online Resources

If you are unable to attend the face to face course, you can take’s PRINCE2 Fundamentals training online at any time (free of charge)

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Imperial Leadership and Management Development Programme (ILMDP)

The Imperial Leadership and Management Development Programme supports and develops Imperial leaders and managers from their initial steps into management through to senior roles. The intent is to create a cohort of managers that others want to work with and who are focused on both results and people.

The programme is accredited with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). Read more about the background and basis for the ILMDP in our ILMDP Strategy.

The programme is modular so that leaders and managers can progress through at a pace that suits them. Most people take between 2 and 3 years to complete the programme.

If you have completed any of the required courses before enrolling on ILMDP these can be credited to the programme if they have been validated by CMI and haven’t been significantly updated since you completed the course.

Eligibility to participate in the programme

To participate in the Imperial Leadership and Management Development Programme delegates will need to currently manage staff at Imperial. This includes:

  • Allocating work to others
  • Monitoring and giving feedback on the work of others
  • Contributing to or conducting the PRDP of other staff

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How to apply

If you are interested in enroling on the programme, complete and submit the Imperial Leadership and Management Development Programme (ILMDP) application form.
A member of the LDC will then contact you within 48 hours.
For further information about this programme contact Ella Garnham, the ILMDP Coordinator in the Learning and Development Centre.


Delegates are expected to:

  • Indicate commitment to the programme
  • Ideally discuss leadership and management aspirations with your line manager and within the PRDP process