IPMA Level D Preparation Course
The seminar prepares you pass the IMPA D Examinations. It consists of lectures, exercises, mock up tests, real-time examination tests and many tips based on past test experience. Since experience cannot be taught, the course can only provide guidance in all aspects of the ICB and logistics information on how to fill in self-evaluation forms, or the application form.
IPMA D is a fast growing project management credential in Greece. More than 300 professionals from the public and private sector have been certified under IPMA Level D since 2008, ranking the certificate first among similar certifications in Greece.
This seminar is offered only as in-house solution to companies who have a sufficient number of trainees pursuing the IPMA D Certification. The examinations are offered in Greece by PMGCert operating within NTUA and comply to the project management standard of Project Management Austria. PM-Greece has selected the particular standard as the most appropriate to comply with the Greek market business and regulatory framework, until the development of a new Greek project management standard for professionals.
IPMA Certification is a competency-based certification system which provides for greater confidence that the person can perform the roles assigned at a given level. As opposed to a knowledge-based certification which measures the person’s level of understanding of a specific body of knowledge, IPMA certification system measures the ability to perform.
By attending this course you will:
- feel confident that you have mastered the 3 competence areas of ICB, studying all technical, behavioural and contextual elements
- have spent considerable time in both Part A and Part B of the test practicing on many sample questions and case study simulations
- receive a variety of tips and advices derived from past participants’ experiences
Introduction to the IPMA Certification System
Basic principles and processes
Compliance with the Greek Regulatory Project Management Framework
- Project management corporate requirements for ESPA
- Elot Standard 1429
- Review Part A and Part B requirements
Introduction and review of the Project Management Baseline
- Contextual competences
- Technical competences
- Earned value methodology
- Behavioral competences
Methods for managing projects – technical competences
- Project start
- Project coordination
- Project controlling
- Project marketing
- Project crises
- Project close-down
Relationships between the methods
Methods for social competence
- Social competence in projects and programs
- Intervention methods
- Dealing with emotions and diversity
- Conflict management
- Moderation and presentation
Managing project-oriented organizations
- Organizational structures
- Project portfolio management
- Human resource management
- Process management
Sample case study
Self-Assessment and Project Report
Simulation Part A - Sample multiple choice test questions
Simulation Part B - Case study
The course is offered in Greek, however all material and mock up tests are in English. Examinations can be taken in English or in Greek.
Examination dates are announced through the PM-Greece web site.
|Instructor||Professionals, scientific advisors of NTUA and PM Greece members, Hellenic American University Professors|
|Prerequisites||Minimum 1 year working in projects or academic project management education|
|Who should attend||Junior and Senior Project managers, project team members, senior managers, consultants.|
|Certificate of Attendance||Yes|
|Certification Track||IPMA D|
|Available to Buy Online||No|
|Partner Institution||PM GREECE|
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