1. Expand Your Skillset
The AgilePM framework gives you the opportunity to adopt a practical and repeatable methodology that achieves an ideal balance between the standards, rigour and visibility required for good project management and the fast-pace, change and empowerment provided by Agile. Based on the APMG’s international DSDM Agile Project Management Framework the learning integrates well alongside a waterfall methodology such as the APM’s but gives you additional capability for those projects which require a more flexible approach .
Whether, alongside AgilePM, you want to kick-start your project management career with the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ), secure a promotion with the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ), or soar to the top with the APM Chartership (ChPP), every course and accreditation is designed to expand your skills and make you a more competent and confident project manager.
AgilePM courses provide you with detailed information and ensure understanding of distinct principles and methodologies, but they also give you an overview of how different elements of project management fit together. This holistic approach allows students to learn about the Agile framework as a whole; it also ensures that they’re able to apply Agile methodologies more effectively and successfully in real-life professional settings.
By enhancing your skill set in this way, you can increase your value to existing and potential employers. In turn, this increases your career options and enables you to fulfil your professional goals.
2. Learning options
From face-to-face learning to virtual classrooms, Provek provide the environment you need to absorb critical information and obtain your certification.
While the course content is invaluable to project managers, the support of an experienced qualified trainer during the course brings the learning experience to life and imbeds further the knowledge studied via the pre course work and also the work and exercises during the course.
Furthermore, your motivation evidences commitment to your professional development ande is a key indicator of a valuable employee. When you’re negotiating a promotion or applying for new roles, your ability to be proactive and self-motivated will stand you in good stead.
3. Engage with Industry Peers
Networking is an important element of career progression in every industry. As you meet new people and connect with industry colleagues, you can expand your network and build your professional reputation.
When you enrol on an Agile PM foundation and practitioner course, you’ll have the chance to engage with your fellow project management students. As well as learning from one another and sharing your knowledge, these connections can last a lifetime and lead to professional network opportunities that you’d have otherwise missed out on.