We've put together a list of relevant job titles you can apply for after achieving your Agile Programme Management certification (note that some careers may require further study, training and/or work experience):
- Project Administrator
- Project Officer
- PMO Co-ordinator
- Project Manager
- Project Planner
- Project Management Assistant
- Project Support Officer
- Project Consultant
- Project Management Tutor
In these roles, the average salary you can earn is £32,500.00 per year (source: itjobswatch.co.uk, UK Only).
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Once you have achieved your certification, you'll have full access to our recruitment package for a wide range of information and advice - including:
- How to put together a killer CV, Covering Letters and Thank You emails.
- How to gain relevant work experience.
- How to prepare for interviews.
- How to understand Job adverts.
- How to choose the right recruitment agency.
- How to look for work on LinkedIn.
- Information on dealing with redundancy.
Our careers advice section is available for you to see now. For more information about our career advice services, contact us on 0808 175 1269 to speak with one of our friendly course advisors today.
Getting an Agile Programme Management certification will always help you stand out from the crowd, now and in the future - whether you're just starting out, developing your career, or changing direction entirely.
The Project Management Talent GAP report produced by PMI suggests that 15.7 million new project management roles will be created globally by 2020. The rapid growth of demand for project management roles and the exceptional salary levels in the profession make the project management profession highly desirable to job seekers.