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SIPM TM - Senior International Project Managers


SIPM TM represents a flagship designation for experienced and senior project managers across the world. The programme is designed to take Project Management competencies of candidates to the level where they will become comfortable with running multinational, multimillion-dollar projects. It's approach is to share internationall "Best Practices" in Project Management and focus on practical implementation of contemporary methodologies. Final Certification exam will test delegates in all aspects of Project Management, from Staff recruitment through to International relocations and Project Finance.

CICM TM Certified International Change Manager


Although change is one of the few certainties of life, it is often met with fear and resistance in the work lace when not managed correctly. However, organisations have to change in order to adapt, improve and repare for the future. Change can be Strategic, Anticipatory, Reactive or Incremental – each of which needs a different and controlled response. As today's business environment is accelerating the pace of change, effective change management has never been so important. Expertise on change management will drive forward sustainable performance mprovement to keep ahead of competitors, and meet ever changing and demanding customer expectations. Organisations fall into several categories, some are "Traditional" and some are "Modern". Traditional organisations tend to initially resist change because it's not the way we do it here......but their competitors are changing. Modern organizations embrace change but sometimes for the wrong reasons...think Dot.Com. Change must be planned and controlled; the process element - the supplier element -the staff element- the customer element must all be given equal consideration. This course is presented by a worldwide "Change Management" expert who will guide you through all the complex elements of changing a business environment onto the path of successful reorganisation.

Why choose SIPMTM Certification?

The SIPMTM Certification demonstrates your high level achievement of standards in skills, professional knowledge and best practice in International Project Management.

  1. Help you earn credibility and respect in your company.
  2. Open more opportunities for advancement.
  3. Increase your salary. Certified professionals earn up to 18% more than their non-certified peers.
  4. Demonstrate your commitment to your profession.
  5. Advance your skills and knowledge
  6. Represent your personal achievement.
  7. Build confidence in your own knowledge of the profession.

Additional Benefits of SIPMTM Certification

The ability to use the designation SIPM on your business card and resume Access to the ASIPM and IABFM network and body of information online  Access to ASIPM journal published online Gold embossed SIPM Certificate with your name and designation as MIAPM (Member of the ASIPM) The SIPM shows that you have completed graduate level project management education and that you have the skills and experience to manage project management programs on a national, regional and global level.

Exam Details and Eligibility Requirements

Exam Format Exam Duration Eligibility Requirements
 1.  4 quizzes 2 hours long Master's degree or higher and 1 year of demonstrated professional Project Management experience
 2.  3 case studies   A Bachelor's degree and 2 years of demonstrated Project Management experience;
 2.  50 multiple-choice questions   With less than a Bachelor’s degree, candidates need to demonstrate 3 years of Project Management experience

SIPM Body of Knowledge (SIPM-BOK)

Part 1:

Strategic Alignment Principles Project HR Management Overview Recruiting and Managing the Project Team Creating Best Performing Project Teams The impact of culture on organizational performance Key differences between international projects different and domestic projects

Part 2:

Key challenges of initiating international projects Producing the WBS/OBS Producing the Activity List & Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) Producing the Network Diagram Estimating Time & Cost Scheduling/Cost Performance Baseline

Part 3:

Quality and Acceptance Planning Identifying Risks& Planning Responses Executing International Projects Managing Conflicts Monitoring & Controlling Closing Out

Part 4:

Managing Project Finance  Financial Control for Projects

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