Chartered Project Professional

Chartered Project Professional Part Four – Knowledge, Professional Practice and Advanced Knowledge

Advanced Technical Knowlege

The Chartered Project Professional Standard requires that applicants demonstrate that they have ‘The required breadth of project experience to meet the requirements of ten mandatory and two elective competences and have an advanced technical knowledge and are able to confidently evaluate and analyse theory of current practices and methods’. Routes one and two permit you…

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Chartered Project Professional Part Two – Understand what needs to go into a project overview

Write you Chartered Project Professional Project Profiles

The Chartered Project Professional Standard requires that applicants provide a number of ‘project statements’ that they can use when describing their competency later in their application. It’s not altogether clear how many you should write up from the application guidance as some of the earlier narrative is a bit ambiguous. It is clarified later however and…

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APM Sets Out Plans for a Register of Chartered Project Professionals

The roadmap towards a register of Chartered Project Professionals is becoming more clear. Work at the Association for Project Management (APM) on the development the proposed Chartered Standard is progressing well and the APM anticipate that this will be shortly going to public consultation. The APM has previously said that the current Registered Project Professional standard will…

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Completed the APM PMQ; What Next? 70-20-10

Two of the questions I often get asked are: I have successfully passed my APM Project Management Qualification (APM PMQ) what is the next step? How do I work towards becoming a APM Chartered Project Professional? So you have successfully completed and passed your APM PMQ what next? How can you develop the competencies not…

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Updates to the APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) Standard

Project management mindset

APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) is an internationally recognised standard across all industries that recognises the ability to manage complex projects, programmes or portfolios, competent leadership and a commitment to continuing professional development (CPD). Anyone with the required level of experience in a project environment can achieve this standard by submitting a written portfolio of…

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Advancing Your Career in a New Profession

Advancing your career as a project management

Almost all businesses and organisations are now project-centric and either have an in-house project management capability or use external project management consultants. Projects are a major part of all business environments as organisations strive to improve their products in the high-tech landscape and streamline processes for better cost-efficiency. And where projects tend to be complex,…

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New Professional Recognition for Project Managers

project management ethics

In my last post I discussed the skills and qualities that project managers need to develop to be successful because they have such a varied role it can sometimes be difficult to know what skills are the most important. A good project manager will be able to engage just as effectively with senior management as…

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