Project Management for Sustainable Development in Tourism courses -PM4SD-
Jlag runs PM4SD™ courses throughout the year and across Europe. The courses are held in Belgium, Italy and the United Kingdom. In 2015, Jlag will be running a special and exclusive course in Canada, commissioned by Ryerson University’s Institute for Tourism and Hospitality Research and the Planeterra Foundation.
Our upcoming courses in Europe will take place in Brussels, 23-27 February, and in London, 16-20 March. Visit Jlag’s website for more dates and places.
PM4SD™, standing for Project Management for Sustainable Development in Tourism, is a methodology and qualification that will help you plan and implement your tourism projects with sustainability. Based on PRINCE2®, the de facto project management standard worldwide, PM4SD™ was developed by FEST and is accredited by APMG International, a world leading examination institute.
More information and registrations at www.jlageurope.com
-Limited places, so be an early bird and book now-
About the Training Courses
The qualification is divided into two levels of training:
1. Foundation, a three day intensive training course plus a final exam that provides knowledge and understanding of the PM4SD™ methods to be able to work effectively within a project management team applying PM4SD™.
2. Practitioner, a two day intensive training course plus a final exam, building on the Foundation course, to provide the understanding of how to apply and tailor PM4SD™ in a scenario situation and co-ordinate small, medium and large scale development projects. To attend this level, delegates must have passed the Foundation exam before.
Successful candidates will be officially certified project managers and be awarded a certificate by APMG International.
Why you should join
PM4SD™ is a certified training scheme based on the principles of lifelong learning and
sustainability. PM4SD™ empowers individuals, enterprises and organizations to:
-Bridge the gap between theories and project management realities.
-Integrate sustainability successfully within any type of project
-Monitor and evaluate the real impact and benefits projects deliver.
-Initiate public-private partnerships and strategic alliances where appropriate.
-Develop authentic and responsible projects that deliver benefits for all stakeholders involved beyond the project life cycle.
-Become leaders for the future.
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