Project, Programme and Portfolio Management
IMD offer a range of Project, Programme and Portfolio Management training courses at their training centre in Bristol.
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IMD courses in Project, Programme and Portfolio Management include:
APMIC - This 2 day course assesses the key elements of the project management lifecycle and covers knowledge areas from the APM Body of Knowledge, including planning and scheduling, communication, teamwork, resource management, project risk management and project reviews.
APMP - APMP for Prince2 is a 5 day course and focuses on 47 of the 73 assessment criteria from the APM Body of Knowledge 6thEdition covered by PRINCE2 Practitioner, giving accreditation for the prior learning achieved by successfully completing the PRINCE2-based course
PRINCE2 - Prince2 is a structured, process-based approach for effective project management and is easily tailored and scalable for all types of projects. Used across the UK Government and extensively across Public and Private sector organisations globally, Prince2 is recognised as the UK ‘Best Practice’ model for project management.
AgilePM - This course follows the APMG International DSDM Agile Project Framework and, on successful completion of the Foundation & Practitioner examinations, leads to certification as RegisteredAgilePM Practitioner.
MSP - The Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) course provides guidance on the principles, processes and tools used to manage Programmes in any environment. It is necessarily less detailed and prescriptive than the equivalent for projects (PRINCE2) and, at its highest level, demands much more of the practitioner. With this in mind the course design and breakdown reflects the need for those who wish to gain qualifications in MSP®, to demonstrate increasingly higher levels of competence. There are three principal levels which are organised on a flexible basis to suit the different demands of different students.
M_o_P - MoP® helps provide the tools to enable organisations to answer the fundamental question ‘Are we sure this investment is right for us and how will it contribute to our strategic objectives?’ MoP® is structured around five flexible principles within which two cycles and 12 portfolio management practices exist.
Better Business Cases - Better Business CasesTM has been developed by HM Treasury and the Welsh government. It is a systematic and objective approach to all stages of the business case development process. It sits alongside, and complements, HM Treasury’s Green Book guidance and is based on the ‘Five Case Model’ - the UK government’s best practice approach to planning spending proposals and enabling effective business decisions.
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