Who Should Attend this APM Training Course?
The APM Project Management Qualification is Intended for those wishing to achieve a comprehensive level of project management knowledge to participate in projects from individual assignments through to large capital projects. This APM PMQ course it is the ideal next step for anyone holding the APM Project Fundamentals (PFQ) qualification.
This course is open to everyone and there are no prerequisites.
This course does involve some pre-course reading which will be provided. This is to ensure that candidates gain an optimal level of understanding.
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Course Overview
APM Project Management Qualification (Association for Project Management - PMQ) holders demonstrate that they have an exceptional understanding of project management principles and how to successfully monitor and control a project. This 5-day course will provide you with everything you need to achieve the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ). A core focus is placed on project management concepts and processes in line with the Association for Project Management (APM) Body of Knowledge and PMQ syllabus, including budgeting and cost management, conflict management, communication, and leadership. By the end of this course, candidates should be able to apply this new knowledge to projects within their workplace.
PMQ is recognised both nationally and internationally as a premier Project Management qualification and the perfect indication of Project Management competency. Because of this, individuals who have earned this qualification will be rewarded with improved job prospects and enhanced earning potential. Learn more about how PMQ can help you in your career by visiting our APM Careers page.
What is PMQ?
Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is a knowledge-based qualification that demonstrates general knowledge in all areas of project management. The PMQ syllabus covers a wide breadth of topics, from the essential management tools required to monitor and control a project through to the wider context in which the project is being managed in terms of social and environmental issues, finance, organisation, procurement, and people management. PMQ is provided by APM (Association for Project Management), the largest professional project management body in Europe.