Following a successful pilot and independent review, Wellingtone is excited to announce that their two day Assurance Practitioner training course has been accredited by the Association for Project Management; the Chartered Body for the Profession.
The Assurance Practitioner course was designed and developed by recognised Assurance practitioners and is aimed at individuals who have exposure to a P3CM setting (Portfolio, Programme, Project, and Change Management), and want to gain additional knowledge and experience on the discipline of project assurance.
The APM Professional Course Accreditation is designed to help learners choose the best course in support of their professional project management career. A successful application and receipt of a Professional Course Accreditation identifies those courses which are aligned to the APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition, but do not lead to, or cover the syllabus of, formal APM professional qualification.
It also enables APM Accredited Training Providers to deliver these specific courses without having to re-create the content for themselves, assuring consistency in messaging and quality of training delivery on specific topics.
“We are delighted to once again be leading the line and launching another ground-breaking APM Accredited course. We are very grateful to a number of recognised leading project assurance experts who contributed to the creation of this course and the pilot prior to submission for Accreditation by the APM. I would also recommend anyone involved or interested in project assurance to join the APM Project Assurance SIG. This is a very active group of Practitioners who have published a number of authoritative documents on this topic”
Vince Hines, Managing Director – Wellingtone PPM