Following a successful pilot and independent review, Wellingtone is excited to announce that their two day PMO Practitioner training course has been accredited by the Association for Project Management; the Chartered Body for the Profession.
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 identify 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.
On receipt of the accreditation Emma-Ruth Arnaz-Pemberton, the Director for Consulting Services at Wellingtone said
“Receiving this accolade from the APM acknowledges our understanding of, and passion for, the PMO. We are very proud to have brought to market the UKs first PMO focused practitioner course that is recognised by the Chartered Body for the profession; for creating new, valuable, and consolidated knowledge in an area which is both complex and fundamental to the attainment of the APM’s vision a world in which all projects succeed with project management as a life skill for all”
On behalf of the APM, Rebecca Fox, Head of Commercial said
“The APM is pleased to recognise Wellingtone’s latest course aimed at those operating in PMOs; the first of its type in the UK. This is an excellent training course recommended for anyone wishing to develop their knowledge and competence in this important area of project management”
The Wellingtone PMO Practitioner course syllabus covers the PMO context and introduces delegates to the Wellingtone PMO Competence Framework and Maturity Model.
For more information about the course content and details on how to book please click here.