QRP International – Developing Professionals
"QRP International aims to support organisations with Training, Certification and Consultancy services in Best Practice management methods in order to support their business objectives on a global scale with a local presence.”
QRP International is one of the major player in the Best Practices Training market in Europe,and supports organisations in the development of their personal skills and in the successful implementation of these Best Practices through our accredited trainers and consultants.
The company has grown significantly year-on-year from its foundation in 2000, QRP has performed its training and consultancy services worldwide in more than 34 countries, in 9 languages, and certified over 4.000 people, through the support of 10 offices worldwide.
We have offices in Como, Cologne, Barcelona, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm and Warsaw.
QRP International as Accredited Training Organisation (ATO) for PRINCE2®, MSP®, P3O®, MoP®, ITIL® and Agile Project Management deliver accredited trainings services in the following areas
- Project Management - PRINCE2 (Projects IN Controlled Environments)
- Programme Management - MSP(Managing Successful Programmes)
- Project Support - P3O (Portfolio, Programme e Project Offices Management )
- Portfolio Management - MoP (Management of Portfolios)
- IT Service Management - ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library)
- AGILE Project Management
QRP consists of a team of internationally experienced trainers/consultants with diverse backgrounds, from bank managers to Telecoms PMO managers and from Railway Project managers to personal coaches.
They are experts at meeting the clients’ expectations and objectives of learners.
All our trainers are officially authorized to provide PRINCE2, MSP, P3O, MoP, ITIL and Agile Project Management training and have succesfully introduced these management methods worldwide.
QRP is a team of professionals who are committed to our clients and to each other!
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