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    Cheers all.

    I've been looking at APMP (Agile Project Management Practitioner) and it appears it's a universally recognised enhancement to Prince2? Hopefully with my degree under my belt I can gain a place on a course.

    I mentioned CWA earlier as a way of allowing a potential employer a convenient period of time to assess someone, what's everyone's experiences of this aspect, both from those wanting a job and those assessing?
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Spearmint View Post
    Cheers all.

    I've been looking at APMP (Agile Project Management Practitioner) and it appears it's a universally recognised enhancement to Prince2? Hopefully with my degree under my belt I can gain a place on a course.

    I mentioned CWA earlier as a way of allowing a potential employer a convenient period of time to assess someone, what's everyone's experiences of this aspect, both from those wanting a job and those assessing?
    APMP has been replaced by APM PMQ (Project Management Qualification).

    There are courses run at Shrivenham - I donít know how often, but you can find the online element on the DLE and then apply to attend the course. The exam is available also.

 

 
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