Without skilful coordination and management, projects can overrun, go over budget, or fail altogether.
Capable, professionally trained project managers are a vital corporate resource to provide organisational control and assurance.
Curriculum delivered through workshops, one-to-ones, and guided self-learning via the award-winning The PM Channel
Each project manager will be paired with an expert consultant to develop professional behaviours alongside technical skills
Participants will complete the industry benchmark Association for Project Management’s (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ)
Develop your project management capability
The Associate Project Manager programme lasts 13 months, during which participants will develop new skills and put them into practice in their day-to-day work.
They will learn via a blend of company workshops, regular one-to-one coaching with experienced project management training consultants, and access to industry-leading online resources.
The Associate Project Manager programme blends training workshops, one-to-one coaching from experienced project management professionals, and guided self-learning through on the award-winning The PM Channel. You will also build a portfolio of your day-to-day work which evidences your developing skills and knowledge.
Training is designed to fit around your job and have an immediate impact on the way you manage projects.
To complete the programme, you will sit the Association for Project Management (APM) Project Management Qualification (PMQ) exam. You will also be externally assessed to achieve the Level 4 Associate Project Manager apprenticeship standard.
Interview with apprentice Sarah Linsell, Product Manager at British Sugar