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PA Programme Management.......

 
#1 PA Programme Management.......
14/12/2005 13:17

were-rabbit

Would anyone be able to help in providing some guidance as to what PA consulting would be looking for in candidates for their PMO?

I've got 5 years engineering and project management experience (Chartered Engineer) and full APM accreditation.

I'm also familiar with PRINCE2 - I don't have any formal quals in this though, my current role uses an adopted version of P2 realigned to suit the company/industry which we work in. I'm very dubious of adding any information of PRINCE2 to my CV as I'm aware that this could be misleading.

I also have a 2:2 Engineering degree, however I've noticed PA look for 2:1 and above. What are the chances of getting through this - would it be a waste in applying. I've worked on several different engineering projects for clients and customers around the world (Europe, Asia and NA) and would like to think that my experience will supersede the academic requirements but not sure that this is the case.

Any thoughts, particularly those who're currently at PA?

Cheers

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