This course has no future course date(s) listed. Use the form to contact the course provider for more information.
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) – formerly known as APMP, is a comprehensive course based on the Association for Project Management’s Body of Knowledge 7th edition and covers the syllabus for the PMQ examination.
It is designed to improve the skills of project management staff to enable them, through good project management practice, to make sound business decisions and thereby manage their projects to a successful conclusion. The three-hour written examination will provide the delegate with an internationally recognised qualification.
The course builds on existing knowledge and experience and attendees will learn how to better plan, control and monitor their projects including risk and financial analysis together with reporting on progress. Interpersonal skills such as negotiation techniques and managing stakeholders are also covered. The course uses exercises to reinforce the learning.
Examination: Three-hour examination, delegates have to answer 10 from 16 questions.
Good project management basic skills or attendance on the APM PFQ course plus ideally a minimum of six months actual experience of working on a project.
All potential delegates should undertake our free online project management assessment (PMA Lite) in order to assess readiness and suitability for the PMQ course and exam. Following the results of your PMAlite assessment, if you have any questions regarding your suitability for the PMQ please email email@example.com for further assistance.
45-60 hours directed online study.
Work-package lead / managers, project office / coordinators, project or programme office managers, project managers and senior project managers. It is particularly useful for project managers who have not had any best practice training or would like to gain a formal qualification.