What is the APMP?
The APMP qualification from the Association for Project Management (APM) provides a solid foundation for any professional project manager. Based on the APM Body of Knowledge it gives you the knowledge and understanding required to effectively manage projects.
Benefits of taking the APMP?
Not only will the APMP make you a more complete project manager but research by recruitment consultants Arras People shows that project managers with an APMP qualification earn significantly more than average.
Advantages of the Parallel Learning System
Using our flexible learning system you can prepare for this APMP course in many ways; you have the ability to prepare for the course in your own way, anytime, anywhere. This blended learning approach significantly increases your chances of passing the APMP Exam. This full five day APMP training course includes a fantastic pre-course learning package with the following five main components:
What is the format of the APMP Exam?
The APMP exam is based on 10 written questions selected from a paper of 16 questions. These questions are completed under exam conditions within three hours.
APMP Course Learning Objectives
By the end of this course delegates will be able to:\r\n
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Project management in context
During which we differentiate projects from non-projects, explore programme and portfolio management, the influence of the business and political context on project success, the critical role of the sponsor in project success and support that can be provided by a project office.
People and the profession
To encourage effective and strong leadership:
Organisation and governance
To ensure the business remains in control of the project including:
Business and commercial
To ensure the business case is robust and the supply chain is delivering value by including:
Project management techniques
To make sure the project is fully understood and estimated fully including:
Executing the strategy
Including driving the project forward to a successful conclusion.
Planning and strategy
Including being clear how success will be measured from the outset, the influence of stakeholders on requirements, how that can (or cannot) be managed. Also in this section: