Parallel Project Training has just been awarded accredited training provider status by the Association for Project Management. This has followed an intense period of development by the founding directors and Parallel’s professional pool of partners, associates and consultants. Parallel will now be able to offer the APMP qualification and a wide range of innovative learning solutions using a wide variety of different formats.
Project Management (APMP) Study Guide on Amazon
It’s a course in a book, designed to help individuals preparing for the APMP qualification, fully aligned with the APM Body of Knowledge including numerous exercises, case studies, mini quizzes and opportunities for reflection on practice in their organisation. Readily available on www.amazon.co.uk for £47.
Parallel Project Podcast Channel on iTunes
Accompanying the study guide, there is a range of recorded pod-casts. These are in a number of different discussion, documentary, round table and narrative formats but are designed to integrate closely with the study guide. You can study as you go. They are available free of charge in MP3 format from the Parallel web site or via iTunes.
Launched our Website and Public Training Courses
Everyone loves our website, with its on-line e-learning, community of practice and exam preparation forum. Dates for our public training courses are easy to find on the home page. For corporate clients with groups who require a training course parallel offer transparent pricing on all our courses directly on the website removing the need for lengthy negotiations and tendering.
Launched the online community of practice
Primarily a moderated forum, Parallel delegates have the opportunity to interact with the tutors and their fellow delegates on the moderated forum to enhance their learning breadth and depth. With the ability to have questions asked and any exam question attempts marked this forms the core of Parallel’s approach and underpins the company strap line “were with you all the way”.
Paul Naybour, Business Development Director of Parallel Project Training said “We are proud of our new innovative approach to project management development we think it represents a significant step forward in widening access to project management development”. “The tight integration between all of our learning media should increase the flexibility and accessibility of our training” said John Bolton, Programme Development Director of Parallel Project Training.