PRINCE 2 Training Specialists To Launch New Product On 15 December In London
PRINCE2 training specialist SPOCE will launch its new self-study distance learning course in London next week.
The innovative PRINCE2 passport for the 2009 version of the software embraces cutting edge virtual learning tools and features new training methods such as interactive tasks and video presentations. The exciting developments are sure to help the firm top its own record breaking PRINCE2 pass rates, announced three weeks ago.
A launch party for the 2009 self-study programme will be held on 15 December in central London and will include demonstrations of the new course materials. With more than 15 years OGC Best Management Practice Training to its name, SPOCE’s new PRINCE2 distance learning passport demonstrates the firm’s continuing commitment to delivering exceptional project management training across a multitude of teaching platforms.
Managing director Paul Bradley said, “We’re very excited to launch the new 2009 PRINCE2 self-study distance learning course and believe it to be one of the most innovative and interactive PRINCE2 courses available.”
The 15 December event is the first chance to see the software in action and view demonstrations by the SPOCE team. The PRINCE2 e-learning evening launch will include samples of the software’s video presentations, foundation and exam simulations, personalised feedback, progress tracking, visual mind maps and interactive tasks.
With many delegates already confirmed, there are just a few spaces remaining for the official launch drinks reception. To register to attend, please contact Melanie Simmons on 01202 736373 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit http://www.spoce.com or call the dedicated sales team on: 01202 736 373. The firm can also be followed on Twitter: http://twitter.com/spoce .
About SPOCE: SPOCE Project Management Limited is a professional company, operating in the OGC Best Practice Markets (PRINCE2, MSP, ITIL & M_o_R). The company’s strategy is to maintain an efficient, professional, administrative core, backed up by three key specialist units that provide technical excellence on: the OGC Best Practice methods; instructor-led training and e-learning solutions; and individual learning styles and e-leaning solutions. This ensures that the highest quality is achieved when the outputs are delivered by our proficient group of independent trainers and APMG-accredited distance-learning products.