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Calling All PRINCE2® Practitioners!

Upgrade your accreditation and include programme management

After training PRINCE2® for eight years, I discovered a similar yet vastly enhanced framework to managing change. I have just presented my second Praxis™ course and believe me, PRINCE2® practitioners will benefit enormously by investing in a three-day Praxis™ Bridging course.


Stay Project Fit With An AgilePM™ Project Management Course

Staying on top of things takes a lot of work, especially when you are trying to manage an entire project and the various teams involved. Having the professional fitness and agility to adapt and keep up with the fast pace of modern project management, especially in technological industries, is vital. And here’s how an Agile project management course can help you with keep ‘fit’ in this career path.


Putting Excellence Into Practice With Praxis

How did your first driving experience go? Most of us find out very quickly that knowing how to drive and actually doing it are two very different things. That is the difference that a Praxis framework course offers you. The difference between knowing the theory and actually putting it into practice.


Agile Project Management Broken Down into Four Easy Steps

“Of all the things I’ve done, the most vital is coordinating the talents of those who work for us and pointing them towards a certain goal.” Walt Disney said these wise words and they can be applied to any business and any project. While setting goals within a team or within a project may seem easy, it is easier said than done.

Backing Up Training with Experience

There is a misconception amongst many companies’ senior management that simply sending staff for training is enough to make them fully capable and competent. But while training does provide employees with the knowledge of how to do their work, if they lack experience they may struggle to implement this knowledge. That is why we encourage backing up your Prince2® training with mentorship to develop project managers of a higher calibre.


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