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APM

Course type:
E-learning
Duration:
27–30 hours
Delivery:
Online
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With exams

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) With manual E-learning

If you’re working in project management, the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is a great benchmark on which to build your portfolio of skills. It covers all aspects – ranging from individual assignments to large capital projects. And if you want the ease of learning at your own pace and in your own time, then our new e-learning APM PMQ course is exactly what you need.

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Course overview

About the course

The ever-changing and dynamic nature of today’s projects highlights the need for proactive management of people, the project strategy and approach, along with the application of sound commercial and project management techniques. This is an internationally-recognised knowledge-based qualification that enables you to understand the breadth of skills required to successfully manage a project undertaking.

 

What's covered?

The syllabus is based on the APM Body of Knowledge, which encompasses all areas of project management including strategic and commercial considerations, together with the technical, organisational and people management skills required to participate effectively in project management. We have divided each of the syllabus topics into zones, and the topics covered within each zone are shown below:

Green zone – Getting going

  • Project management
  • Programme management
  • Portfolio management

Blue zone – Background

  • Project life cycles
  • Project context
  • Reviews
  • The project management plan (PMP)

Pink zone – People and projects

  • Stakeholder management
  • Organisation
  • Project office
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Conflict management
  • Roles

Purple zone – Planning

  • Scope management
  • Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • Resource management
  • Earned value management
  • Budgeting and cost management

Red zone – Stop and think

  • Requirements management
  • Project success and benefits management
  • Procurement
  • Negotiation
  • Governance of a project
  • Health, safety and envi