The PRINCE2 project management methodology was developed for use on government in the late 1980s, and within ten years had become an internationally recognized framework for successful project management, used on projects in public and private organizations across the world.
PRINCE2 certification is an essential requirement for many project management jobs, and a PRINCE2 qualification of some kind is a valuable addition to any project manager’s CV. But which level of PRINCE2 certification is suitable for each individual? And how can a PRINCE2 certificate most easily be acquired?
I have recently passed my Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) – (July 2011). In this article will explain how I went about applying for the examination, how I studied, the books I used and what I believed helped me pass the PMP Certification.
I decided to put together some information on the training and certification available for Project Managers.
The following gives some idea of approximate cost and the length of training, perhaps therefore the time needed out of your schedule.
In this economic climate it is worth doing anything possible to improve how the CV looks and to differentiate yourself to look more professional than the next contractor to get a contract…
Many of my colleagues have been out of contract for some time and getting an APM or PMP member status is a quick and cheap way of improving the CV, that doesn’t require the time and cash and study that a new qualification would require.