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Springhouse-Project Management Program

SPRINGHOUSE offers a comprehensive selection of Project Management courses. Our PMP-certified instructors are experts in their field, with real-world experience in the latest tools and techniques.

Stein Associates-Project Management for Work Groups

Project Management Stein's Way recognizes there are more than technical skills involved. In the new world of work, you must consider how people work (behavioral skills), every bit as much as considering how things work (the technical domain).

SYRACOM AG-Project Management Certification

SYRACOM AG trains people in basic and advanced project management towards certification as Project Management Professional. Our tuition is fully compliant with standards of the Project Management Institute.

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