Armstrong Process Group (APG) is committed to providing proven and practical process guidance for aligning business strategies with IT capabilities. Our unique combination of integrated strategic process improvement consulting, customized classroom training, professional development products, and project coaching ensures clients can practice a sustainable development process. APG is an Influencing member of the Object Management Group (OMG), is currently contributing to the UML and SPEM specifications, and is an OMG MDA FastStart Qualified Service Provider. APG is a member of The Open Group Architecture Forum and contributes to the ongoing evolution of The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF). APG is also a contributor to the Eclipse Process Framework (EPF) project. APG is an IBM Business Partner and an IBM Independent Software Vendor (ISV).
Modeling and Architecture Courses
APG has a comprehensive classroom training curriculum of over 30 courses that cover all aspects of the software development lifecycle. APG has designed most courses as one- and two-day classes to allow a timely, focused education experience. These shorter courses can be more effectively combined with other courses to deliver a custom training program that specifically targets the education objectives of the organization.
APG has many additional courses in project management, requirements management, process improvement, and software development tools.
APG clients find that coupling formal classroom training with APG Professional Services ensures consistent alignment of the process improvement program with business objectives. By engaging APG Professional Services to assist your organization with process improvement and organizational development strategic consulting, APG ensures that the right messages are delivered about organizational change through the classroom experience. This also allows for effective training program design and customization of training content to more closely meet the unique needs of your organization. APG clients that supplement formal classroom training with project coaching see dramatic increases in the practicality and sustainability of applying new development skills and tools. By putting the new process skills into the context of the team's real organizational and development environment and business domain, the team can immediately embrace the new skills in a way that delivers real value to the project.