This APM Practitioner Assessment assesses whether a delegate can apply appropriately those knowledge areas defined in the APM BoK
Delegates are assessed against 30 criteria, which require them to demonstrate that they can analyse, identify and understand both issues and information, and manage a non-complex project
The APM Practitioner Qualification is for project managers, project coordinators and team leaders who have three to five years experience in managing non-complex projects. This is an intermediate qualification for project management practitioners who can demonstrate an ability to manage non-complex projects or run a key control function of a large-scale project. This qualification (IPMA Level C) is for any relatively experienced professional who is looking to demonstrate their ability
Candidates for the PQ Assessment Centre must also satisfy one of the following criteria
Passed the APMP qualification; or
Demonstrate good familiarity with the APM Body of Knowledge and have passed an equivalent qualification such as PMP, BCS (formerly ISEB) Certificate in Project Management, Open University Project Management Module M865; or
Can demonstrate they have good foundation knowledge of project management, supported by evidence of Continued Professional Development (CPD)
By the end of the course, delegates will
Have participated in individual and group tasks and provided evidence of capability upon which the assessment is based
Have received constructive feedback on their performance
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