AIPM Professional Competency Standards for Project Management - Part A JUNE 2008 Version 1.0 Page 6 THE AIPM CERTIFICATION FRAMEWORK The AIPM standards are grouped at four levels in recognition of four distinct areas of project management responsibility. âAIPM is dedicated to improving project management practices and competencies in the Australian market. P2M is the basis of Japan's certification system for project and program managers. version of the framework was issued in 2002. All staff members are expected to â¦ In particular, these Standards provide a framework that can be used not only to develop the full potential of emerging project managers, but also to provide a higher level of competence to which â¦ Knowledge, Method, Competency and Capability - and is the first global framework that integrates projects, programmes and portfolios into a single guide. AIPM Professional Competency Standard: The Australian institute of project management that is a non-profit organization, and it acts as the main project management body in Australia, developed the âNational Competency Standards for Project Management âin 1996, and based on Following an extensive review process, this document was updated in 2014 and is applicable from January 2016 (ITC). framework to the concept of competence chosen. IOM Competency Framework consists of three main elements: Core and Managerial competencies are levelled, i.e. the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) levels 4, 5 and 6 and became the National Competency Standards for Project Management (NCSPM) which was developed by the AIPM in consultation with industry and under the auspices of the now defunct Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) and were first published in 1996. Adrian Dooley, Lead Author of the Praxis Framework feels this aligns with AIPMâs objective of developing project management competence. The AIPMâs Certified Practicing Project Manager (CPPM) certification requires a Project Manager to demonstrate that they manage and guide project documentation. Management) wh o developed PCSP M Professional Competency Standards for Project . require additional competencies to those required for traditional projects. different levels of each competency will apply to different jobgrades, whilst s/ indicators for Values are not levelled. It is a competency-based, workplace assessment program that requires candidates to compile a logbook of evidence that shows that they are competent (i.e. Each level within the AIPM standards has a specific This competency framework outlines the competencies expected of a Chartered Accountant (SA) at point of entry into the profession (ie when one is eligible to become a SAICA member). The AIPM (2008) defines performance competence in each project management knowledge area and introduces another important concept to this research: the differentiation of competences between professional levels (project practitioner, manager and â¦ developed the APM Competence Framework (ACF) and AIPM (Australian Institute of Project . The Praxis Framework Bridging course is now endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), a peak industry body in Australia. The programme consists of an assessment process that enables participants to demonstrate competency in a logical, orderly and user friendly manner. output competence) at one of three levels (AIPM, 2002).
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