The ever-changing and dynamic nature of today’s projects highlights the need for pro-active management of people, the project strategy and approach, along with the application of sound commercial and project management techniques.
This qualification is a knowledge-based qualification that enables you to understand the breadth of skills required to successfully manage a project undertaking. It recognises the prior attainment of the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification. There are 73 assessment criteria from the APM Body of Knowledge examined in the full PMQ syllabus. As 26 of these are covered by PRINCE2 Practitioner, you will only be examined on the remaining 47 assessment criteria.
This learning is aligned to the APM Body of Knowledge 7th Edition.
By the time you attend the workshop element of the course you must have completed the e-learning in full. If you have not completed all of the sessions in the digital learning then the exam will be much more difficult as there will not be time to review these subjects during the course. The APM recommend between 70-80 hours preparation for the exam, the e-learning module is designed to take approx 32 hours to complete. The workshop will account some of the balance, but you will still be required to commit time to prepare for the exam. In order to prepare sufficiently for the course you will need to spend between one and two hours per day working on the digital learning and sample questions in the weeks/ months prior to the course.
You must be a Registered PRINCE2 Practitioner and will need to provide evidence that you are a PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification holder.
By the end of this course delegates will -
The workshop is delivered by one of our experts who will deliver guided revision including attempting sample questions and provide feedback.
The course is only available for individuals who have already gained the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification. PMQ is designed for individuals from both the public and private sectors, including those working in the management of projects ranging from individual assignments through to those working on large capital or change projects. Individuals will typically have some pre existing project management knowledge as this is not an entry level qualification.
This qualification could appeal to those within the following job roles:
Exams are taken online via remote proctor. Two working days prior to course commencement ILX will arrange for an exam voucher to be issued. You will then be able to book a suitable time after your classroom event has finished to undertake your exam. For more information about taking your exam including the exam rules and regulations and to check the technical requirements please click here.
Note: You are responsible for booking your own exam(s).
This is a two-hour examination. Using essay style questions you will have to: