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APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ)

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ)

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) was formerly known as the APMP and is designed for those who see project management as a critical part of their role.

It establishes a solid foundation in project management behaviors, skills, processes, and tools.

It is ideal for those, with a few years’ experiences in project delivery, who are seeking to consolidate a structured approach to project management.

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.

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.

PMQ is recognized both nationally and internationally as a premier Project Management qualification and the perfect indication of Project Management competency.

Candidates will be able to demonstrate an understanding of how these elements interact and how their project fits into their strategic and commercial environment.

What is PMQ?

The Project Management Qualification (PMQ) (IPMA Level D, SCQF Level 7) is a knowledge-based qualification that demonstrates general knowledge in all areas of project management.

The PMQ syllabus covers a full breadth of topics, from the essential management tools required to monitor and control a project through to the broader context in which the project is being managed regarding social and environmental issues, finance, organization, procurement, and people management.

PMQ is provided by APM (Association for Project Management), the most significant professional project management body in Europe.

You might be interested in other Project Management programs as a next step.

Our trainers inspire delegates to go back to their workplace with passion and confidence in managing their projects.

YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) covers all knowledge areas from the APM BoK. Knowledge of these areas is considered fundamental to the professional management of projects.

By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

• Apply the principles of project management to your project.
• Demonstrate your competence as a project manager.
• Explain the benefits of project management to your organization.
• Confidently sit the APM Professional exam with a clear understanding of what is required to pass.

IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION

Participants who fully attend this course and complete the test on the last day will receive a Strategic Axis Professional Certificate (SAPC). SAPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.

Exam for APM Certificate

There are two examination routes for the qualification:

A three-hour paper where candidates must answer ten of sixteen questions.

Or

For PRINCE2® Registered Practitioners a two-hour paper that recognizes prior learning. In this paper, candidates must answer six from ten questions.

Exam Venues

Strategic Axis is arranging exams at its premises through proctor system.

COURSE OUTLINE

Modules

Module 1: Structure of organisations and projects

Distinguish between different types of organizational structure

Responsibility Assignment Matrix

Roles and responsibilities of the project sponsor, project manager, team members, project steering group, users

The relationship between the project sponsor and manager

Functions and benefits of the project office

Module 2: Project life cycle

Project life cycle phases

Difference between project life cycle and extended life cycle

Sharing knowledge

Benefits of conducting reviews

Module 3: Project contexts and environments

Project context, environmental factors

Use of PESTLE, SWOT

Difference between project and business as usual

Characteristics of programme management

Challenges of programme management

Situations where portfolio management is used

Distinguish between project management and portfolio and programme management

Health safety and environmental legislation

Module 4: Governance and structured methodologies

Principles of governance of project management

Methods and procedures to support governance

Advantages of using structured methodologies

Module 5: Communication

Communication plan, barriers to communication

Importance of effective communication

Conflict management

Negotiation

Module 6: Leadership and teamwork

Impact of leadership

Situational leadership approach

Creation and management of teams

Module 7: Planning for success

Business case, ownership, authorship

Benefits management

Information management

Project management plan, creation, approval

Project management plan contents

Earned value management

Earned value calculations and interpret earned value data

Stakeholder management

Use of payback, internal rate of return and net present value

Project reporting cycle

Module 8: Scope management

Product Breakdown Structure {PBS}, Work Breakdown Structure {WBS}

Configuration

Requirements

Change control, links with configuration

Module 9: Schedule and resource management

Project scheduling

Categories and types of resources

Resource smoothing and leveling

Financial and cost management

Budget and cost control

Module 10: Procurement

Supplier relationships

Contracts

Supplier selection

Module 11: Project risk management and issue management

Risk management process

Risk as threat and opportunity

Benefits of risk management

Distinguish between a risk and an issue

Escalation

Module 12: Project quality management

Describe quality management

Quality planning, assurance, control and continual improvement

 

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