Below are Project Management training course outlines and Leadership and Management training course outlines in pdfs – simply click on the links to download the ones that you want.
QUALIFICATION MAP – APM / PMI / APMG
Project Management Qualification map
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification PFQ (Introductory Certificate in Project Management)
APM PFQ (Online)
APM PFQ (Nuclear)
APM Project Management Qualification PMQ Professional (APMP)
APM PMQ (Online)
APM PMQ (Nuclear)
APM PMQ – Blended Learning
APM PMQ – Exam Prep Workshop and Exam
APM Practitioner Qualification (APM PQ) Preparation Workshop
APM Practitioner Qualification (APM PQ) Assessment
APM RPP Offshore Oil and Gas Support package – Aberdeen
APM RPP Nuclear Support package – Manchester
APM RPP Pan-Industry Support package – London
APM Corporate Accreditation Support
PMI Introduction to Project Management
PMI Project Management Professional
ECITB Introduction to Project Controls
ECITB City & Gulids Certificate in Project Controls
ECITB Project Document Managers’ Course
Managing Risk Workshop
ECITB Senior Supervisor Training
ECITB/IOSH Safety, Health and the Environment – Managing Safely
PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Combined
CMI Level 3 Diploma in First Line Management
CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership
Nuclear Skills Academy Nuclear
Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism – Module 3, Communications
The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification(Nuclear) and the APM Project Management Qualification(Nuclear) make up the Certificate of Nuclear Professionalism – Level 5 – Project Management.
Project Management Short Courses
The 20|20 Project Management Short Course Programme is a series of one-day workshops aimed at delivering crucial bite-sized chunks of information and learning:
20|20 Project Management Short Course Programme brochure
WHY IS LEARNING IMPORTANT?
“The most capable and effective individuals continually look to build their knowledge and their skills. They recognise that “staying still” is not an option, as the changing demands of today’s work environment mean that new tasks and challenges are constantly emerging.” APM BoK 6
In fact, Gottfredson and Mosher (2012) identified 5 moments of learning need:
1. Learning for the first time.
2. Learning more.
3. Remembering and applying learning.
4. Learning when things change.
5. Learning when things go wrong.
The 20|20 Project Management training course programme provides a perfect way of enabling you and your teams to access information that is applicable in each of the 5 moments of learning need. Our courses have been developed using recognised best-practice teaching techniques alongside the very latest project management theory. Add in facilitators who have had direct project experience in the real world and you have the most powerful project management training available.
Contact our business support team to find out how we can help optimise your project and people performance:
(t) +44 (0)808 168 2020