Kingsley Napley

Project Management Course

Kingsley Napley is a fantastic law firm with market leading expertise combined with a family culture. They support individuals and businesses in resolving conflict, safeguarding their futures and maximising opportunities.
Their wide range of expertise means that they can provide support for their clients in all areas of their business and private life. Many of their lawyers are leaders in their field and the practice areas are highly ranked by the legal directories.


Many roles in business services teams require project management skills. The projects vary from office reorganistions, recruitment projects and a wide variety of short and medium term projects.


The specific need was to design and develop a practical workshop which would give participants ideas and tools to better manage every day projects.


We designed a half day project management workshop which focused on the particpants projects. This meant they were working on their own proects duriing the sssion. In this way they applied all the ideas introduced to their projects, making the learning relevant and reinforced straight away.

The contenst included these key areas:

  • Project Objectives.
  • People involved and impacted.
  • Financial aspects.
  • Processes.
  • Milestones and tasks.

This agenda was adpated on the day to reflect the needs of the participants.


Each participant completed the wokrshop having applied project management skills to their projects. They left the session with clear ideas already implemented.

Participant Feedback

“Very useful session and great that you can use the planning tool to plan your project in the training. I got some really good tips. It focuses your thoughts throughout the planning stage and the tool captures the key areas.”

Client Comment

“An excellent tool to assist with any type of project planning. The on-line tool has helped me to pinpoint some potentially difficult areas that I had not previously thought of and has assisted with breaking down what at first seemed less important and relatively simple, but in fact were not.”