What project management methodology do you use?
I follow, as do almost all methodologies, the basic premises laid out by the Project Management Institute.
I do not see it as being different. Project management methodology and sound practices can be applied to all projects. That doesn't mean the projects work breakdown won't look different for a construction project versus an software project. But he 'management' of the project should follow the same or similar methodology.
There are a few bodies providing project management examinations. The most recognised providers are: PMI (Project Management Institute) APM (Association of Project Management, UK based body) OGC (Office of Government Commerce) Qualifications from PMI and APM include general practitioner certifications covering a broad range of Project Management skills. The OGC commissioned PRINCE2 is a certification in a project management methodology and I would argue less useful than PMI and APM qualifications.
What is the relevance of project management training, and how can it be used to improve your business?
Construction project management training is provided to enable the people involved in the construction project to make use of management techniques in order to realize a construction project at a designated or proposed time. Managing and supervising workforce well are also important to a successful project.