PS Principles has turned the Seven Principles of Professional Services training and its consulting best practices into a global certification program available in 1,100 locations worldwide.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 15, 2018
PS Principles has announced the launch of its global Project Sherpa Consultant Certification program for technology consultants and project managers. For a limited time, access to the initial training requires no fee while the attainment of the consulting certificate, via a paid proctored exam, opens up the rest of the guided program for another year. The program fee also includes access to twice yearly personal consulting strengths assessments and other productivity tools such as action planning.
Shane Anastasi, Founder of PS Principles stated, “After training thousands of consultants to think differently about their role in successful project delivery we've been able to move beyond training and into true skills development. By wrapping our Seven Principles of Professional Services training inside a much larger skills development program we can now assist consultants in putting theories into practice.”
The program consists of three levels of guided tasks aimed at giving consultants a deeper understanding of how they are able to successfully impact customer-facing projects. Recognition for completing the levels are provided through the Consulting Certificate (PSCC-1), the Certified Project Consultant (PSCC-2) and the Certified Project Sherpa (PSCC-3). The program is overseen by an executive advisory board with input from a consultant advisory board. This combination makes the program relevant to today's best practices while allowing it to also evolve with the industry over time.
Shane continued, “We've built a program that provides an industry benchmark for entry-level consultants while also building two levels of certification, the highest of which, is targeted at the most dedicated of customer- centric professionals. Our framework is not limited to just our own training content and we will consider adding content from other training organizations in the future.”
Information and access to the program is available today at www.psprinciples.com