On the 14th of May we held our first PRAXIS Framework Bridging Course and are delighted that every student successfully passed their final exam. The course was run by one of our trainers, Martin Aitken, for a Government organisation and we will also be offering the training publicly in Wellington throughout the year and across New Zealand on an in-house basis
PRAXIS is a free, community driven framework which can help you and your organisation realise the intended benefits of projects, programmes and portfolios. The bridging course takes place over three days and is designed for those who have previously undertaken project and programme training and would prefer to use a more integrated framework going forward. The bridging course allows participants to become certified at a Practitioner Level without having to sit the Foundation exam. The course covers the similarities and differences between Praxis and other prominent frameworks; PRINCE2 and MSP – as well as the APM qualifications, PFQ and PMQ. The exam consists of complex multiple-choice questions, is open book and has a two and a half hour duration.
Other options for PRAXIS Framework training include the Foundation & Practitioner courses. These two courses combined take 5 days to complete and equip participants with an understanding of project, programme and portfolio management functions as well as the ability to apply and tailor this information for their own organisation.
For more information on PRAXIS Framework get in touch with us at email@example.com or 04 495 9100.