2015 March 20 11:31
BMT Hi-Q Sigma (BMT) has gained accreditation from the Association for Project Management (APM) to deliver training to individuals looking to achieve the APM’s Project FunDamentals Qualification (APM IC) and the Project Management Qualification (APMP), the company said in its press release.
The training courses that have been developed by BMT draw on the expertise of the company’s highly skilled consultants in project, programme and portfolio management (P3M), with the course material aligning with the APM Body of Knowledge 6th Edition.
Joan Langley, Principal Consultant and Training Capability Lead at BMT Hi-Q Sigma explains: “This accreditation further reinforces our successful track record in project, programme and portfolio management (P3M) and commitment to professional development, not just for our staff but more widely, for those working in the P3M environment. The courses will be delivered to a high standard by our team of consultants who are still practicing P3M, providing us with a unique capability to utilise real life examples and ensure the training is interactive and enjoyable.”
BMT Hi-Q Sigma’s Managing Director, Simon Gould comments: “Project and Programme and Portfolio Management is at the heart of everything we do from how we manage our own business to the way we help clients deliver highly complex, multi-billion pound programmes across defence, utilities, transportation, telecommunications, energy, and both Central and Local government. We apply the principles of the APM Body of Knowledge to support our clients that have, in turn, influenced our organisational structure and yearly business objectives.”