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Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism – This certificate is a higher educational programme designed to equip individuals with the necessary skills required for today’s professional working in the nuclear industry. It has been developed by the National Skills Academy for Nuclear and the Open University. The full certificate incorporates 7 training modules.
Further details of the full Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism programme.(Winner of the Nuclear Training awards 2013) can be found here.
Project Management – Module 5 of the programme provides an individual with an awareness of the tools and techniques used in project management and how these concepts are applied in a nuclear context.
The APM Project Management Professional is one of our 2 accredited options for Module 5 of the programme, the other being the APM Introductory Certificate to Project Management.
This course is designed for project managers, project team members, other managers and all those in the nuclear industry who would benefit from exposure to best practices in Project Management. This course forms Module 5 of the wider CONP (Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism) – delivered in partnership with the National Skills Academy Nuclear (NSAN) and the Open University.
This course, which has been accredited by The Association for Project Management (APM) and The Project Management Institute (PMI) aims to provide a forum for Project Managers and members of project teams in the Nuclear Industry to gain exposure to Best Practice in Project Management methodology centred on a familiar environment – Decommissioning and New Build projects.
Using the professional standard of the ‘Body of Knowledge’ as the basis for the programme topics, the topics are addressed by demonstrating best practices and applying these to a relevant nuclear simulation case study. The application of the learning is better absorbed because of the familiarity of the context being covered.
The Nuclear specific ‘Project Management Professional Programme’ offers a choice of simulation case studies. The first encompasses a typical nuclear “decommissioning” project and the activities and considerations, or a case study focussing on a “new build” project and the challenges and activities involved. Each case study delves into project requirements from concept stage through to closeout, ensuring its relevance for course participants in their place of learning and in the workplace.
The syllabus includes all core elements of the APM syllabus including:
|Essentials of project management
Project success & benefits management
The Project Management Plan
The Business Case
Project Monitoring & Control
Budget & Cost management
Handover and closeout
Successful candidates will be awarded the Association for Project Management (APM)’s APM Professional (APMP) qualification. This is recognised internationally in 45 countries through the International Project Management Association (IPMA) as the IPMA Level D qualification. Successful candidates can also progress to further accreditation levels with sufficient experience. Completion of this course awards candidates with Module 5 of the Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism.
This course is a pre-requisite for candidates seeking accreditation by the Project Management Institute (PMI) for the Certificated Associate of Project Management (CAPM) or Project Management Professional (PMP) credentials. This also provides 35 PMI Personal Development Units (PDUs), meeting the entry requirement. It is also a pre-requisite for candidates seeking accreditation by the Association for Project Management (APM) for the APM Professional (APMP/ IPMA Level D) qualification.
The course is delivered over 5 days and follows the syllabus for the APM Professional examination. The first 4 days of the workshop will focus on those established project management tools and techniques, which prepares delegates for the examination on the 5th day. Day 5 will focus on examination techniques, time management and final revision followed by the examination in the afternoon, which consists of a three hour written essay based paper. You are not required to be a member of the APM to obtain a qualification. Delegates will be provided with pre-course access to 12 hours of eLearning content, familiarising themselves with the basics of project management.
Online – study at your own pace, in your own time using 20|20’s bespoke online learning portal and study aid. To gain certification you will need to register for the APMP exam. We also provide Application workshops to demonstrate how to use what you learn in a practical setting, and Exam Prep Workshops to prepare you for the APMP exam.
Open schedule, classroom-based courses. Our industry experts will lead you through the study material and prepare you for your exam in a face-to-face context. Check out the dates and locations above.
In-house classroom-based courses. Our industry experts deliver the value of a classroom course at your location. No travel, less time away from busy projects, just your people, your company-specific case-studies, examples, terminology and job titles.