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PRINCE2 training added to University business portfolio

Maven Training has announced a new partnership with the University of Westminster, which will bring project management training to students enrolled in the School of Informatics at the University's Central London campus.

The PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner courses are designed to help project management professionals run their projects within time and budget constraints.

Professor Stephen Winter, Dean of School of Informatics at the University of Westminster, said: "This is a significant qualification to add to our professional portfolio. Many global organisations run according to the principles of PRINCE2. We are pleased to be able to give our students the option of taking this accredited course. Our partner, Maven Training, has many years experience in providing expert tuition in the project management arena and we look forward to a successful partnership."

Melanie Franklin, CEO of Maven Training, said: "This partnership opens the door to a professional project management qualification to University of Westminster students. We are thrilled that the university recognises the value of project management skills in the business context.

"I am sure the students who take our short courses will benefit enormously in the workplace, whether they are on the first rungs of the career ladder or if they are more established in their occupations.

"Professional qualifications provide proof of a credible candidate and are essential in today's competitive environment. We look forward to helping train many University of Westminster candidates going though our programme in the future."

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