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Registering on this training will help you gain indepth knowledge in Project Management (PRINCE 2) Business Analysis and SCRUM understanding the processes involved in them and show you practically how they are used everyday in an office. Beyond that, You will be involved in one of our live projects, doing this will help you gain practical work experience that can go on to your CV. As you know, recruiters want candidates that have work experience in the chosen field, this training will give you that. Contact us today to find out more.
One thing you gain by choosing to register with us is the opportunity to work on real life projects using the skills that you have been taught during the training. The projects are a real, so the work you will be doing is real enough; you and your team will hold regular Stakeholders, Planning, Risk and Issues meetings needed to deliver the project you will be working on. Each team will be assigned an Ambassador to help you through your meeting and to guide you through the process. Remember, this training is not for those who just want to sit down and do nothing, its for those who want to do Practical work and gain useful experience that will go on to their CV.
Pretty High! Recruiters are tired of speaking to candidates that have all the qualifications but know practical work experience. This training will give you that experience that will come across during your interviews. You will be more confident during your interview and at work if you have done the work you're interviewing for before rather than just claiming to have done it. The idea is not for you to lie during your interview, recruiters know when you do that.
After finishing our training, you will get a certificate of completion and an accredited certificate from Chartered Management Institute (CMI). Should you chose to get the PRINCE 2 or ISEB qualifications we can advice and help you with materials needed to write and pass the exams. The qualification can be gotten from APMG, if you want to get the qualification, you will have to register on their website to write the exam. Remember, recruiters focus more on your work experience rather than your qualification, we focus on breaking down Project Management and Business Analysis in practical terms and not just definitions.
For the PMO course yes you do have to pay the full course fee. However, with our Business Analyst and Project Manager training you don’t have to pay the full amount if you cannot afford to do it at once. You can register on the course by paying the deposit first and then the balance can be paid in 2 instalments. Our interest is for you to start the class first and get on your way to your dream job. However, please note that fees must be paid in full before the conclusion of the training. For trainings outside London, full payment must be made before the commencement of the training.
Yes you do; I have seen people with PRINCE 2 Practitioner, PMP, ISEB, MSP and still cant get a job, certification alone is not enough to give you a job, recruiters will hire you based on the relevant experience you have and not on how many qualifications you have, this course will give you a practical working experience of managing a real life project and this experience will go on your CV. If a recruiter asked you; "Please tell about a project you have worked on and what your role was during project delivery?" will the right answer be; "I have PRINCE 2 qualification?" NO! You need the experience, we can give you that.
Our payment gateway is through paypal so you can be sure your card details are secure (because its PayPal) and our PayPal account is verified so you don't have to worry about losing your money or fraud. You can also pay over the phone or make a bank transfer to: Almond Careers Ltd: Barclays Bank: Acc: 83725553; SortCode: 20-2963 - when you make a bank transfer please use your name as a reference.
Of course! you can sign on for a later session, however i will like to state that most times the training can be booked out and you would not want to be on a waiting list. Your job is waiting, don't delay it by delaying your start date. remember, "procrastination is the killer of dreams" their is no time as good as the now.
We don't have to convince you. If you are not sure if to register, then you probably don't. However, if you are not happy with where you are and feel you need to do something more to get you to your project management career, then you need to register. We don't need to convince you, you know you need to act or else time will pass and you might remain stagnant, think of all the time lost, or all that can be gained. step away form fear and act now.