APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) on The PM Channel

This comprehensive online course is based on the Association for Project Management’s Body of Knowledge and covers the syllabus for the Project Management Qualification (PMQ) examination.

It is designed to improve the skills of project management staff to enable them, through good project management practice, to make sound business decisions and thereby manage their projects to a successful conclusion.

The examination will provide the delegate with an internationally recognised qualification.

The exam comprises answering 10 questions from 16 in three hours with a pass mark of 55.

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Who should study:

Work-package lead / managers, Project Office / Coordinators, Project or Programme Office Managers, Project Managers and Senior Project Managers. It is particularly useful for project managers who have not had any best practice training or would like to gain a formal qualification.

Duration: 50 to 60 hours of self-study plus 3 hours written exam
Examination:

3 hours written examination with an external invigilator.

How to book the exam?

Take either option

1.   Attend an exam run as part of Provek's public courses. These start at 13:30 on a Friday in Reading. Please arrive 30 minutes prior the examination.

2.   Sit the open exams arranged by the APM

Price:

£149 + VAT (excluding exam)

Exam fee £380 + £25 admin charge + VAT (for APM non member) + £25 Provek APMP book (optional)

Exam fee £280 + £25 admin charge + VAT (for APM member) + £25 Provek APMP book (optional)

Course style: Directed self-study followed by attending a scheduled exam.
Pre-requisites: Good project management basic skills or attendance on the APM Introductory Certificate course plus ideally a minimum of 6 months actual experience of working on a project. Provek also recommend that delegates undertake their free online Project Management Assessment (PMA6) in order to assess their readiness and suitability for the APMP Certificate course and exam. This assessment identifies the delegate’s existing knowledge and experience and recommends the appropriate level of training required (www.provek.co.uk – Project Management Assessment).
Recommended reading

The Provek APMP Book

Course content: Click here to see full course brochure.

 

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Further Information

Click here to request a call back or contact Provek on 01635 524610 or email enquiries@provek.co.uk