Whether you are interested in a career change or wish to build on your existing skills as a project manager; there are a great deal of courses available to either start on or move up the ladder of this exciting and challenging career.
But just like the job itself where no two working days are the same; no two courses are the same and so you want to ensure you choose an accredited provider where you receive quality tuition and a recognised qualification in project management training that will truly help you progress along your career path.
APM is the chartered body of project management training and choosing an APM course means you will be taught the tools, techniques, processes and skills required to confidently lead your own team whether it’s your first day on the job or you are a seasoned professional who is always looking for new ways to learn and grow.
Project Management courses cover 3 main qualifications
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)
This is the ideal course if you are new to project management. It will introduce you to and teach you the language and principles of this rewarding career and no prior knowledge or experience is required. In order to gain your qualification you will need to sit a 60 question, one hour exam paper. This course offers flexibility regarding your learning experience – you can choose from public courses, distance learning on demand which includes the final exam or onsite, in-house courses can also be available for larger groups.
APM Project Management Qualification (APM PMQ)
This course was formerly known as the APMP and is designed for those who see project management as the key part of their role in any industry and already have a few years of experience under their belt. The PMQ offers a solid foundation in the behaviours of project management for those who wish to consolidate that experience in a more constructive way in line with current best practices.
Flexible learning solutions offer face to face learning, online, virtual and in-house training including the exam and exam preparation.
APM Project Professional Qualification (APM PPQ)
Moving higher up the career ladder brings bigger salaries and increased responsibility and many major organisations now demand additional qualification from their project managers to ensure they are truly capable of delivering top- quality projects, programmes and portfolios.
This course is ideal for those who have at least 3 years of project management experience and the qualification comes as a result of completing and passing 3 core and 1 elective modular exams that show you have learned the importance of professionalism and managing others including governance and project planning and control.
Project management courses offer the opportunity to receive a range of APM qualifications to begin or advance on your chosen career path including the opportunity to achieve the ChPP – the most advanced project management qualification aimed at those who are dedicated to committing to CPD (continuing professional development).