The APMP is a professional qualification that recognises an individual’s knowledge and experience in Project Management. It is awarded by the Association for Project Management, the UK professional project management association. It is designed for Project Management professionals in any industry. Successful candidates may use the designation APMP after their name.
Introduction to Project Management
Project Success Criteria
The Project Environment
Project Environment Context
Health, Safety & Environment
High Level Planning
Strategy/Project Management Plan
Work Content & Scope Management
Life-cycle Design & Management
Budgeting & Cost Management
Earned Value Management
Management & Leadership
Closing a Project
(Post) Project Evaluation Review
Preparation for the APMP Examination
What skills will the delegate gain?
This course will enable delegates to:
- Create a structured project development strategy.
- Implement appropriate project management procedures.
- Use a variety of approaches to analysing project content.
- Build, lead and manage a multi-functional project team.
- Establish measurable success criteria.
- Construct a project budget and use it to control project costs.
- Monitor progress using Earned Value Analysis.
- Use appropriate tools to manage quality.
- Understand the implications of relevant health and safety regulations.
- Understand the interfaces with related disciplines.
Who will the course benefit?
It is designed for Project Management professionals in any industry. It is appropriate for people working in the management of projects ranging from individual assignments through to large capital projects or company organisational changes.
Delegates should have 2 years practical experience and knowledge in project management.
The course has been designed to prepare delegates for the APM examinations. Please note that the examination is not held on the course. and should be booked separately - See the APMP Qualification Examination course
The course has been designed to prepare delegates for the APM examinations. During the course presentations, discussions, exercises and sample examination papers are used to cover the syllabus. The course involves a small amount of evening work (between 1 and 2 hours) to ensure maximum understanding of the information presented during the day. The course finishes mid afternoon on the Friday.
Please note that the examination is not held on the course.
In between the course and the examination, delegates will need to spend time to revise thoroughly.
If required a 1 day revision workshop can be booked separately - The APMP Qualification – Revision Workshop and will be scheduled to run the day prior to the examination.
Examinations are held on the last Friday in each month to suit the delegate and should be booked separately - The APMP Qualification Examination.
See APMP courses from alternative suppliers if you wish to take the examination during the 5-day course.