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Project Management Certifications
There are a couple different project management certifications to help you on your project manager career. In the UK, PRINCE2 is very popular (especially for government projects) and there’s also APM. The project management principles are similar between them all and it’s always best to have as many accreditations as possible to stand out from the crowd.Course Finder
Other Recommended Courses
As well as the project management courses listed above, there are other courses worth considering. It’s well worth the investment in yourself which will reap rewards afterwards. These will help you stand out from the crowd and make yourself a well-rounded project manager. The courses include:
- Creative Problem Solving
- Time Management Skills
- Communication Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Microsoft Project
And if you are working on software projects, using the Agile SCRUM methodology, it’s worth looking into the PRINCE2 Agile Project Manager courses.
Becoming a Chartered Project Manager
There are a number of professional bodies that you can choose between in order to become a qualified project manager.
in the range of £25,000
Junior Project Manager
in the range of £30,000
in the range of £50,000
Senior Project Manager
in the range of £60,000
in the range of £80,000
in the range of £100,000
*The above salary figures are averages, per annum and a rough guideline as salaries will differ by geographic location and industry.
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