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Parallel Project Training Launches APM Practitioner Qualification

Paul Naybour Paul Naybour

Published: 20th December 2010

The APM Practitioner Qualification provides the next natural step for project managers who have completed their foundation level APMP qualification.
Parallel Project Training has today launched the APM PQ qualification, working in collaboration with Provek. The APMP Practitioner Qualification assesses a project manager’s ability to adopt and apply the behaviours of effective project management as described in the APM Body of Knowledge. These include the ability to demonstrate 29 of which six are critical including:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of project context and the overall business case
  2. Demonstrate a comprehensive application of project management planning
  3. Apply a risk management process competently to the project
  4. Optimise project plans to respond to a major change
  5. Demonstrate an ability to monitor project progress and take suitable controlling action
  6. Work effectively as a team member

The assessment is completed over three days on the basis of a mixture of individual work including inbox exercises and short written essays, group work (observed) and interviews as all candidates will be interviewed on an individual basis.
Paul Naybour Business Development Director for Parallel Project Training, said “We are delighted to be able to offer project mangers the next step to professional project management, the APM Practitioner Qualification acts as a bridge between the APMP and the new Registered Project Professional standard. We look forward to supporting project managers develop the capability to deliver the most complex projects”
The first event is planned for March 2010 in Bristol for follow this link full details of our APM Practitioner Course

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