What is the APM PMQ for PRINCE2 Practitioners?
Project management methods, of which PRINCE2® is the paradigm, offer the project manager a tried and tested structure and guidance in support of 'what, when, where and who', with two notable exceptions; PRINCE2® offers very limited guidance on 'why' and 'how', in that there are no detailed project management tools and techniques covered as part of the method. This is the remit of the PMQ: The APM Project Management Qualification for PRINCE2® Practitioners course and examination.
APM qualifications are aligned to the International Project Management Association (IPMA) Four-Level-Certification system, where PMQ is recognised at IPMA Level D. This three-day course provides delegates with comprehensive knowledge and understanding to prepare them for the Project Management Qualification. It recognises the prior learning that a PRINCE2® Practitioner has attained by removing from the examinable syllabus, topics that would have already been assessed within the PRINCE2® Practitioner Exam.
It will enable delegates to:
- Understand all elements of the PMQ syllabus
- Get to grips with the specific examination language
- Learn strategies and tactics for approaching the examination
The exam fee is not included in the cost of the PMQ course. Those wishing to take the PMQ examination must also book on course code APMP4P2-EX