The ability to deliver our training programs in multiple countries and in multiple native languages is key to not only gaining Fortune 500 clients, but retaining them in the long-term.
(PRWEB) September 13, 2012
RMC Project Management, one of the fastest-growing training and professional development companies in the world, has recently announced the worldwide release of classes and products supporting the Agile Certified Practitioner designation, offer by The Project Management Institute (PMI). Accelerated exam preparation courses and self-study products are now available across North America, as well as locally in over 50 regions around the globe.
Developed by a five-person team including four members of the original PMI-ACP Steering Committee, RMC’s comprehensive exam preparation course is designed to give candidates everything necessary to pass the exam on the first try. For students who prefer the convenience of self-study, the company’s PMI-ACP Exam Prep System offers a study guide, a set of flashcards, and a robust exam simulation application. Both study options are being delivered by RMC corporate within the United States, and by the company’s extensive International Training Provider Network outside of its home country.
“There is real growth happening in the use of structured project management outside of the United States, and RMC has worked extremely hard to facilitate that growth,” stated Eric Rudolf, Executive Director of RMC. “There are regions adopting project management principles and practices at a much more rapid pace than the United States, and RMC is the only company effectively serving all of them with PMI-ACP training.” Rudolf noted Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Germany and Singapore as a small sample of countries experiencing significant growth in the need for project-related training.
Rudolf also believes the global availability of Agile Project Management training and materials provides the company with a significant competitive advantage. “By far, the largest consumers of structured project management training are multinational firms,” said Rudolf. “The ability to deliver our training programs in multiple countries and in multiple native languages is key to not only gaining Fortune 500 clients, but retaining them in the long-term.”
In addition to the aforementioned classes and products, RMC expects to release a full, self-directed e-Learning course for Agile certification preparation in Q1 of 2013. Parties interested in learning more about RMC's progress in the Agile project management space area are encouraged to contact Eric Rudolf directly, using the contact information attached to this release.