Show the Quality of your Training through Registration
IPMA strongly believes in localised training to educate project- or programme managers. This is why there is no international standardised training. Through our MA’s, we do, however, offer registration of training courses and training programmes. If you want to know if there are registered courses or programmes in your area, click here.
Registration – What does it mean?
IPMA Registration in a country implies that the level of competence development opportunity of the registered course/programme is scored by the organiser based on the ICB4 (or – when ICB4 is not implemented yet – on previous versions of National Competence Baselines or the international competence baseline). The scoring is verified by the Member Association.
- The registration “IPMA Registered Training Course” is provided to training process of up to 60 hours – including preparation, training session, self-study, and practicing
- The registration “IPMA Registered Education Programme” is provided to education processes from 60 hours and up to 360 hours – again including preparation, training sessions, self-study, and practicing
- The registration “IPMA Registered Extensive Programme” is provided to education processes from 360 hours and up to 1800 hours – again including preparation, training sessions, self-study, and practicing
Australia (AIPM) and the UK (APM) have their own long standing, high quality, registration programmes which differ from IPMA’s. Please contact them for registration information:
- If you provide training and want to become registered, please fill in the contact form and the Membership Association (MA) in your country will contact you. If the MA does not provide the service, please contact our education and training staff and we will guide you to a Membership Organisation that can help.