09 August 2001 02:36am
Does any one know of the existence of a qualification specifically for web project management (anywhere). All of the courses and certifications that I have found so far have either construction etc bias or software production bias - both of which only tell half the story when it comes to web production - as mentioned in the book. Any help or pointers in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
Web Producer at Freelance
09 August 2001 12:56pm
Learning Tree International (Euston Square area- London) used to run a week long course in Project Management for the web. It is possible to customise these courses to target them more closely to the way your organisation deploys a project and the type of methodology used. However I think this flexibility is only possible if you book a course exclusively for your company. As an individual attending a mixed group the course will take a more generic approach.
On 02:36:26 9 August 2001 geoff11 wrote:
>Does any one know of the existence of a qualification
>specifically for web project management (anywhere). All of
>the courses and certifications that I have found so far
>have either construction etc bias or software production
>bias - both of which only tell half the story when it
>comes to web production - as mentioned in the book. Any
>help or pointers in the right direction would be greatly
CEO at Econsultancy
09 August 2001 13:07pm
No idea about Australia Geoff, but the government backed NMK (New Media Knowledge) here in the UK run a lot of courses and focus in particular on Project Management in a New Media environment.
I have not been on one myself so cannot testify to their quality but I have heard good things about them and they are not expensive. Possibly a little too basic level for some.
Have a look at http://www.nmk.co.uk/courses/default.cfm for details on their courses. They also publish a free guide "Profitable Project Management" which is based on their course which would be worth having a look at. You can get this via e-mail at:
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