Posts by Paul Naybour

Chartered Project Professional – Competence 3: Conflict Management

If you are already a project professional with a track record of managing complex projects, programmes or portfolios and can demonstrate experience in 10 mandatory and two elective competencies, then you could be ready to become a Chartered Project Professional. You will also require advanced technical knowledge and understanding of the theory of current practices…

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Chartered Project Professional – Competence 2: Change Control

If you are already a project professional with a track record of managing complex projects, programmes or portfolios and can demonstrate experience in 10 mandatory and 2 elective competencies then you could be ready to become a Chartered Project Professional. You will also require advanced technical knowledge and understanding of the theory of current practices…

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Chartered Project Professional Part Four – Knowledge, Professional Practice and Advanced Knowledge

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The Chartered Project Professional Standard requires that applicants demonstrate that they have ‘The required breadth of project experience to meet the requirements of ten mandatory and two elective competences and have an advanced technical knowledge and are able to confidently evaluate and analyse theory of current practices and methods’. Routes one and two permit you…

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APM Sets Out Plans for a Register of Chartered Project Professionals

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The roadmap towards a register of Chartered Project Professionals is becoming more clear. Work at the Association for Project Management (APM) on the development the proposed Chartered Standard is progressing well and the APM anticipate that this will be shortly going to public consultation. The APM has previously said that the current Registered Project Professional standard will…

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The Different Parts of the Project Management Plan

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One of the areas of confusion for candidates for the APM PMQ is the different part of the project management plan. This brief video describes the main parts of the PMP including the executive summary, the policy and procedures and the schedules and plans to be followed.  

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Employers Briefing on Project Management Apprenticeship 13th March London

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In partnership with Interserve Learning and Employment, Parallel is pleased to invite you this free Project Management Apprenticeship Briefing. This event has been planned to discuss the Associate Project Management Apprenticeship and is aimed at giving current and future clients an opportunity to meet with Interserve and the APM as well as potential end point…

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Completed the APM PMQ; What Next? 70-20-10

Two of the questions I often get asked are: I have successfully passed my APM Project Management Qualification (APM PMQ) what is the next step? How do I work towards becoming a APM Chartered Project Professional? So you have successfully completed and passed your APM PMQ what next? How can you develop the competencies not…

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Project Management Training Consultant Jobs With Parallel Project Training

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Due to significant growth Parallel Project Training is looking to grow its team of employed training consultants. Primarily delivering APM based courses we are looking for experienced project management practitioners to complement our team of permanent consultants. Prior experience in training delivery is desirable although not essential as we are looking primarily for people who…

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