This intermediate qualification is for project management practitioners who can demonstrate their ability to manage any non-complex project or run a key control function of a large scale project.
The Practitioner Qualification (which is recognised by The International Project Management Association as Level ‘C’) is for any relatively experienced project professional seeking to demonstrate their ability to manage projectssuccessfully.
The APM Practitioner Qualification is for Project Managers, Project Co-ordinators and Team Leaders with more than three years experience of managing non-complex projects or those who have managed a key control function of a complex project.
The programme consists of an Assessment Centre which is attended over two and a half days where you will be engaged in:
You will be expected to answer written questions based on a case study and a question regarding current issues in project management.
• Group work:
Working in groups you will be observed discussing and solving problems related to the case study.
Candidates will be interviewed by their assessors.
Successful candidates will be awarded the Association for Project Management’s APM Practitioner Qualification.
This is recognised internationally in 45 countries through the International Project Management Association (IPMA) as the IPMA Level C qualification.
Successful candidates can also progress to further accreditation levels with sufficient experience.