Archive for October 2011

Parallel Project Training Joins Forces with Carnegie Enterprise to Offer APM PQ in Scotland

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– In a new venture Parallel Project Training and Carnegie Enterprise are combining their expertise to deliver APM PQ training in Scotland during December 2011 – Reading, UK. 31 October 2011: The Association for Project Management Practitioner Qualification (APM PQ) is an internationally recognised project management qualification aimed at project professionals experienced in managing non-complex…

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PMP Certification A Project Manager's Next Best Step

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Financial ventures and creative campaigns today happen on much larger scales than they have in the past due to the evolution of communications and the global marketplace. For this reason endeavors such as these involve many more people. It is essential to have project managers that can maintain the integrity and direction of such projects…

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Parallel Project Training Sponsors Major Project Management Event

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– Parallel Project Training is this year sponsoring Synergy 2011, the high-profile event celebrating the project management profession- Reading, UK. 13 October 2011: The Project Management Institute (PMI) UK Chapter is hosting Synergy 2011 on International Project Management Day, 3rd November 2011, at Indigo O2 in London. This major event, to recognise and celebrate the…

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Synergy Special Offer PMP® Certification London £1235 reduced to £1135

PMI UK Chapter Synergy

Parallel Project Training is delighted to be sponsoring Synergy 2011. As part of our commitment to developing excellence in project management we are offering £100 off our London PMP certification courses. These courses include:  Highly experienced PMP trainers.  Fantastic central London location.  On-line exam support forum.  35 hours of training as required for PMP certification.…

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Project Management Moves Towards a Recognised Profession

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Project management may not yet be regarded in the same light as one of the traditional professions but more and more large organisations are becoming committed to improving the standards of their project management professionals in an attempt to improve complex project delivery. In the UK, organisations such as BAA, Costain and Network Rail are…

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Is Project Management a Dark Art or a Profession?

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Much of the talk in the world of project management is the emergence of professional standards. However in the drive to professionalise ethics and standards, it is best to remember the dark side still exists. The curses of the darks arts are many and numerous, the six of most deadly are: 1) The curse of…

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