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I want to interest about that I want to learn PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner online. I found a website (company) where I can do that. I just want to ask, is it a good choise? If I will finish this coure, they give me an "everywhere accepted" certeficate? Or can someone recommend an other (reliable) company where I can learn the Prince2 Foundation and Practitioner?
I am currently working on my final year dissertation for an MSc Construction Management programme and I need to conduct face-to-face interviews with project managers who work and have experience in the construction industry. The subject of the research is critical success factors (CSF) within the context of technical skills versus human/peoples skills.
If you are interested and would like to help me out and work in Manchster/Greater Manchester, please let me know and will be in touch to provide you with more details.
What is the relationship between the APM vetted 'full membership' grade (MAPM), where you have to demonstrate 5 yrs of experience, and the raft of APM exams, and the RPP, which seems to be similar to the MAPM, but involves a more in depth review of one's experience. I have just attained MAPM, but I am very confused by the levels of certification and how they relate together.
For instance under 'APM Membership' it says "Qualifications offer routes into APM membership" (in what way? are they a substitute for experience?).
I have recently graduated from University with a general Business degree. I managed to find employment with a small property repair, maintenance and construction company on the south coast which deals with market leading insurance companies on a day to day basis.
Since working for this company I have taken on large amounts of responsibility in terms of managing small building projects and have realised that I enjoy managing projects and would love to start a career as a project manager.
I have recently passed my APMP and have consequently become an Associate; my organisation is a follower of PRINCE2 and there are no APM members available to help me with my Continuous Professional Development and (hopefully) progression into full membership.
Is there a way of finding if there is anyone geographically close to me who may be able to help?
What have other associates done when they need to provide referees for full membership application?
My organisation is currently piloting the JIVE collaboration/social networking tool and I'd be intertested to hear anybody's positive or negative experiences of using this to support their project work.
I intend to enrol on a course which will provide me with a qualification which reflects my experience (about 20 years in refurbishment, small construction and fit-out projects), is appropriate to my work sector and is well recognised by potential client bodies - mainly commercial, plc and private organisaitons. Does anyone have a view on the specific benefits of the options available - APMP, Prince2 and PMP? I would opt for APMP - but I'm interested in how the different options compare or differ.
Does anyone have a guide (1 pager/diagram) on best practise in document version control? I have looked everywhere and cannot find one. I need something to explain the review process in getting a document from a draft v0.1, to an approved v1.0 etc I have seen good guides on this in the past but cannot find anything now.
I am part of the APM Membership Development team and I have been asked by one of our clients if we can help with a requirement they have for a German speaking trainer who would be able to deliver an APMP course.
If you can help I would be very pleased to hear from you
Hello dear colleagues, I am a Brazilian project manager with over 12 years’ experience in project, programme and portfolio management. I came to the UK to do a Masters at the University of Warwick aiming to study different ways to improve the alignment between projects and business strategies, and then make projects more effective and meaningful.
Since benefits management practices seem to fit perfectly to my need, now I want to know if organisations in the UK are really applying them, and what are the existing barriers to use them.
My company has requested that I gain an APM Introductory Certificate and also a APMP complete with its exam. Now I know that studying these takes time and also costs money, but I already have an Advanced Diploma (Level 6) in Project Management and i am already a full member of the APM.
My question is that is it worth me taking these courses and paying for them or is my existing qualification and APM status equivalent.
My name is Madhav. I am an MSc.Programme and Project Management student from University of Warwick. I am doing my research on Risk Management in New product Development in the Automotive Industry. Here i am looking to understand the various techniques that companies apply during the Project Concept and Design Stage in order to mitigate Technical and Safety risks that would arise at the operational phase.
Is there any interest in joining / setting one of these up. I’m running a large SCRUM project at the moment and have some experience in Agile techniques but I’m no expert but looking on the APM website there is very little about Agile techniques and methodologies and I just wanted to gauge if there is any interest out there.