Key Consulting back in Cayman

Key Consulting Inc will return to Cayman this month to host another week long course on project management.

The course will take place from 15-19 September and for those interested in taking their project management skills to the next level, this course will prepare them to sit for the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Professional exam, by learning best practice project management techniques, how the PMP exam is structured, what kind of questions could be asked, and how to best use the tools in the workplace.

Key Consulting is a project management services company that works with and trains individuals and organizations to improve the management of their projects. All their senior project managers are certified as PMPs by PMI, and Key Consulting is a PMI Registered Education Provider. Key conducted a similar project management course in Cayman in early April, which was very well received.

‘We had an excellent course with great participants, and everyone learned a lot’ said Kevin Archbold, consulting manager at Key Consulting.

The September course will be lead by Ralph Kliem, PMP. Ralph has over 25 years of experience with Fortune 500, public service, and small firms in business management and information systems, involving project management in many different capacities. He is a former adjunct faculty member with Seattle Pacific University and currently teaches at Bellevue Community College and City University, states a press release. He has published over 250 articles on business, communications, and information systems topics, and has authored or co-authored 15 books. He has been teaching project management courses for Key Consulting for several years, and has helped many people pass the PMP exam. He currently resides in Redmond, Washington, USA.

Key’s project management courses are part of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce Professional Development Training program. Joanne Diaz-Berry, programs and event planner for the Chamber said, “As businesses’ encounter change and manage growth in the 21st Century, it is extremely important for them to successfully plan, organize and manage resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives for future development. In keeping with the Chamber’s focus on workforce development and encouraging economic prosperity within its membership, we are pleased to partner with Key Consulting Inc. in offering a Project Management Certification course, which we believe will facilitate and establish a good framework for business development.”

For more information on Key Consulting, their upcoming Project Management Course and to register for the course, please visit www.consulting.ky or contact [email protected] . All government employees will receive 10 per cent discount when registering for the project management course.

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