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Certified Project Officer - ADVANCED RECOGNITION & CERTIFICATION (ARC) WORKSHOP | Life Empowerment Ministries | Monday, 14. January 2019

A Certified Project Officer (CPO) is a fundamental contributor to any project team.
When - January 14 - 19, 2019

Monday - Friday 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday - 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

They have been examined on at least 30 hours of project management study, and can employ project management knowledge in a wide variety of settings, taking responsibility for their own work performance.
In order to demonstrate your competence as a Project Officer, you are required to evidence the following:


Knowledge: Successfully complete and be assessed on 30 hours of project management education


Skills: As this is an entry-level project certification, you do not need to demonstrate the application of this knowledge to real-world projects


Experience: Similarly, experience working in project environments is not required


As this certification is purely knowledge-based, there are no prerequisite entry requirements.
You can be admitted to the Institute of Project Management as a Certified Project Officer by:


attending and successfully completing an Institute of Project Management Advanced Recognition and Certification (ARC) workshop (see below).


- ADVANCED RECOGNITION & CERTIFICATION AND  (ARC) WORKSHOP
The five (5) day ARC workshop is a wholly interactive, semi-structured approach to learning.
It leverages the unique experiences, needs and operating environments of participants to enable a practical, networked education event.
Participants are therefore encouraged to share complex, ‘real life’ examples from their professional experience that can be resolved using the best-practice principles of project management.
In contextualising this course for corporate clients, we can also integrate your project assets, templates and tools into the curriculum for a seamless and relevant workplace program.
Over five days, the collaborative workshop does not so much create over-achieving project managers; rather, it introduces a common frame of reference, common purpose and common sense approach to the cohesive delivery and oversight of professional and personal projects.
Candidates with a minimum of three (3) years’ project experience who successfully complete the ARC workshop are admitted to the Institute of Project Management as Certified Project Professionals (CPPs).
All other candidates graduate as Certified Project Officers (CPOs).