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Parallel And APM In Partnership With New APMP Study Guide

Paul Naybour Paul Naybour

Published: 15th November 2014

Parallel Project Training are proud to announce a new partnership with the Association for Project Management (APM) in producing a new APMP study guide, “APMP, The APM Project Management Qualification Study Guide”.
The guide, co-authored by Parallel’s John Bolton and Paul Naybour, focuses on real-life examples and practical advice for project managers in a straightforward, easy-to-understand way, with the aim of helping PMs pass the APMP exam and manage their projects more successfully. This is the first dedicated APM guide of its type for those studying for the APMP exam.
This new study guide comprises 12 sections based on the APMP syllabus and encompassing all the topics in the 6th Edition of the APM Body of Knowledge (BoK).
Based on the highly successful 2010 guide “Your journey to professional project management: How to pass the APMP” by the same authors, this is a well-researched and proven format that has helped project managers to pass the APMP exam with extremely high success rates and develop their careers in professional project management.
By partnering with the APM on this new guide it is anticipated that it will reach a new, wider audience aiming to grow their project management career.
“APMP, The APM Project Management Qualification Study Guide” will be available from December 2014, but it can be pre-ordered prior to publication.

  1. Gordon MacKay says:

    Delighted with my ‘selfie’ Christmas present! Un ‘Affected’ explanations presented in an engaging format and language that cuts through the more obscure presentations elsewhere. This has clearly not been written to ‘impress’ others with the writers eloquence, but rather, to really communicate the material in straightforward accessible language.
    A good companion for the journey!

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