Project Management

APM Project Management Qualification

  • Overview

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ), previously known as APMP, is the qualification for anyone who has worked within project management for up to two years, such as project office personnel, team members, recently appointed project officers, or for anyone who has recently taken on project management responsibilities as part of their job.

Purpose of this course
The course provides a wide breadth of knowledge in all areas of Project Management, from strategic and commercial implications, to the technical, organisational, and people management skills required to participate effectively within a project team. The APM Project Management Qualification provides evidence of a thorough understanding of project management. Based upon the APM’s Body of Knowledge, the course covers all the techniques required to plan, control and implement successful projects.

Who is this course for?
APM Project Management Qualification is the benchmark qualification for anyone embarking on a project management career, or looking to add project management to their portfolio of skills.

You will learn how to:

  • Apply the tools and techniques suggested by the Association of Project Managers
  • Contextualise a project in different environments, such as business as usual, programme and portfolio
  • Use and apply a social roles model
  • Use and apply a situational leadership model
  • Approach conflict in project management in different ways, suited to given circumstances.

Benefits for your organisation
Attendees should gain a fully rounded appreciation of what is involved in managing a project: topics are explored in detail, with the emphasis on what needs to be done in running a project, such as the use of milestone charts and earned value analysis in reporting.

Benefits for you as an individual
Attendees should, by learning 37 syllabus areas, gain a good understanding of what a project is and what a project manager’s job involves. This includes techniques such as risk assessment, planning and reporting and ‘softer’ elements of project management such as communication, motivation and teamwork.

Project Management Course Dates 2020

  • April: 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th
  • May: 5th
  • June: 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd
  • September: 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th

To book your place on the APM project management course or to find out more information please contact us using the form below.

Naomi NorthageProject Management