– Parallel Project Training introduces APM Registered Project Professional Workshop to help individuals and organisations manage their application for the RPP standard –
Reading, UK, 24 March, 2011 – Parallel Project Training, a specialist training provider in APM project management training, today announced its new APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) Workshop. The workshop aims to help experienced project managers through the application process of the new high level RPP standard.
Parallel Project Training’s RPP Workshop will help delegates understand the RPP application process stages, recognise the language and evidence that will be required, be confident in completing the forms and the interview process and understand potential areas where their portfolio may be deficient and provide an action plan to resolve those deficiencies.
Parallel Project Training is one of only three training providers recognised by the APM as having the appropriate assessors and expertise in Project Management to help students and organisations achieve the RPP standard. There are nearly 1,500 people who have expressed an interest in RPP and Parallel Project Training’s RPP Workshop will help students finalise their applications.
Students will also be able to take advantage of Parallel Project Training’s highly innovative learning solutions for CPD in a wide variety of different formats including an in depth study guide available on Amazon, podcasts on iTunes, on-line e-learning and traditional classroom based training delivery.
Commenting on the new RPP Workshop, Paul Naybour, managing director at Parallel Project Training said: “We believe the RPP standard is a fundamental differentiator in the field of professional project management. We aim to offer project management professionals support and advice throughout their training and careers and believe the RPP Workshop will offer the appropriate assistance and guidance for those wishing to submit applications for RPP.
Mike Nichols, APM Chairman, said: “The RPP qualification is the new gold standard against which true professionals in project management will be measured. It will, for the first time, assess all elements of the APM 5 Dimensions of Professionalism in a single standard, thereby enhancing professional status and recognition.” The support Parallel Project Training and other training providers are offering to the launch of RPP is a huge benefit for those project professionals looking to ensure their application is accepted and are able to demonstrate the extent of their project management skills.
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About Parallel Project Training
Parallel Project Training was formed in October 2009 by John Bolton and Paul Naybour and is supported by a pool of associates, advisers and consultants. Paul’s background is in the management of rail and infrastructure projects, leading major training programmes for many of the key players in the rail and transportation sector. In addition to rail experience, John has a strong pedigree in major programmes in the software and services sectors along with significant involvement in the management and development of professional project managers. Both are very highly experienced project management professionals, each having over ten years experience as project management development professionals. Parallel Project Training is based in Reading and offers a highly innovative approach to project management training. The courses include APMP, planning, risk management, estimating, and project leadership and will lead to accreditation where available. They are delivered using a combination of printed study material, e-learning, podcasts and classroom workshops. Parallel offers exceptional value for money with their innovative approach to efficiency and reducing impact on the environment – offering more for less.
About the Association for Project Management (APM)
Founded in 1972, the Association for Project Management has been at the forefront of the development of project, programme and portfolio management for over 35 years. The APM is a registered charity with over 18,000 individual and 500 corporate members making it the largest professional body of its kind in Europe. As part of its strategy to raise awareness and standards in the profession it is currently in the process of applying for a Royal Charter.
About APM Registered Project Professional
APM Registered Project Professional will recognise all professionals across projects, programme and portfolios including specialists. Those achieving Registered Project Professional status will demonstrate their professionalism through the APM 5 Dimensions of Professionalism.
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