The AgilePM Foundation course is the first level of training in the AgilePM method
AgilePM is a project management method whereby the project is undertaken incrementally, making it easier to determine what the changes and risks will be and thus making it easier to deal with them if and when they do arise. Each aspect of the project is revised at certain, predetermined times. This will ensure that, if a problem or obstacle arises, the situation can be rectified and, if necessary, the project can be steered in a different direction.
The AgilePM Foundation course is the first level of training in the AgilePM method. It teaches students the fundamentals of the AgilePM method and gives them the ability to apply the method to projects in a practical situation.
The AgilePM Foundation certification is recognised internationally and is accepted as one of the leading project management methods. This is why it has remained a popular choice for those that strive to break into the field of project management and with employers alike. Gaining the AgilePM Foundation certification will ensure that you have given yourself a greater chance at starting a sought after career in the project management sector.
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My name is Greg Powell-Rees and I will be your tutor for the duration of the course. I have been involved in PRINCE2 projects and in project management training and consulting for much of my project management career.
I have consulted and worked with a range of clients in Europe and the United Kingdom and in most of Sub-Saharan Africa. My client list includes major nuclear regulators, petrochemical organisations, centres for industrial research, telecommunications companies and a wide range of parastatal organisations, including state-owned enterprises and government departments.