ICB4 Training Course

24 hours Duration
20 participants Course capacity
3 sessions During the course
8 hours Per week

The course’s importance

International Project Management Association (IPMA) is the most prestigious project management association globally, and its mission is to disseminate knowledge about project management. More than 70 countries are officially members of this association. Amsterdam is the current headquarters of the association, which has been in operation since 1965. Its services are aimed at project-oriented companies along three pillars:

1. Organization
2. Project
3. Individuals
To this end, this association complies standards for each of these pillars and updates them in relevant courses. According to the fourth edition of the ICB standard currently available, certificates are issued into four levels: A, B, C, and D.

Course Benefits

  • A standard for advancing projects around the world
  • Businesses do not need to create a new set of competency standards.
  • The global basis for employee growth
  • A path for (growth) competent project managers and project success
  • A universal and accessible standard for use in customer service
  • A platform for the development of services and ancillary products
  • Curriculum updates
  • Suggestions for training in project management, design, and project portfolio
  • An opportunity for better training that fits specific tasks
  • The basis for professional growth
  • The basis for evaluating and awarding certificates
  • A common language among communities based on workflow
  • Develop the team competency level
  • A basis that is easy to read and understand.
  • A tool for self-assessment
  • A standard for advancing projects around the world
  • Businesses do not need to create a new set of competency standards.
  • The global basis for employee growth
  • A path for (growth) competent project managers and project success
  • A new standard for promoting and improving R&D
  • The basis for presenting papers and holding conferences
  • A platform for team research

Course Summary

  • General principles, terminology, and project management processes (based on PMBOK)
  • Vision competencies (5 components) based on ICB 4
  • Behavioral competencies (10 components) based on ICB 4
  • Implementation Competencies (14 components) based on ICB 4

  • Evaluators, evaluation boards, IPMA association members
  • Companies, governments, business enterprises, nonprofit organizations
  • Coaches, consultants
  • Educators, instructors
  • Executives
  • Researchers

Assistant Project Manager (Level D) candidates must have at least a university degree (Associate’s degree) and one year’s experience in a related field. There are other requirements for applicants at this level, such as willingness and the ability to apply any of the project management competency factors according to the ICB standard, experience working in some areas of project management as an expert, and general knowledge of project management and the ability to apply it. This document describes getting certified for level D

The course features:

The Individual Competency Basis (ICB), published by the International Project Management Association, is a worldwide standard of competencies to be acquired by individuals in project management, design, and portfolio management.
This standard promotes individual competency development by providing a list of competency components in all projects, plans, and portfolios.
With the publication of the ICB, International Project Management Institute is endeavoring to achieve just one simple goal: To enhance and improve competency in project management, project design, and portfolio, as well as a set of competencies that, when thoroughly understood, demonstrate complete mastery in these management fields. Plans, projects, and portfolios are leading the way in today’s world. Creating a new product and service, investing and developing, building capacity, implementing new strategies, and building new infrastructure are all the things that projects accomplish.
In this standard, competency has been categorized into 29 components, encompassing several vital indicators. These components include:

  • Vision competencies (5 components)
  • Behavioral competencies (10 components)
  • Performance Qualifications (14 components)

ICB4 Training Course



Level D certification approved by (PDU 24)

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Investing in courses

49،000،000 Rials

Course Instructors

Mostafa Bakhtiari
Mohammad Ghanavatpoor
Saeed Moghaddasi
Mehdi Moein

ICB4 Training Course

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