APM PMQ five days over five weeks virtual classroom (NEW!)

Course overview

Provek's five-week virtual classroom involves five days of virtual classroom training over five weeks. Thirty-five hours of pre-course study is required/recommended starting four weeks before the course. The course will enable delegates to attain the level of competence required to pass the APM Project Management BoK7 Qualification (PMQ).

Course specification

Who should attend:

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:

Five days virtual classroom training over 5 consecutive weeks, with half day exam preparation on the final day. A full mock exam with trainer feedback on exam answers in preparation for the exam is taken following the training.

Timings:

9 a.m. to 5 p.m over the 5 days.

Examination:

Three-hour online examination (written exam may be an option depending on personal circumstances – please contact Provek if you wish to discuss further). This is booked by Provek.

A self invigilated full mock exam is taken following training and feedback provided to help prepare course delegates.

Venues:

The training is delivered over Zoom video conferencing. Participants do not require a Zoom licence, this will be managed by Provek.

Dates:

For public course dates click here.

For corporate courses, which can be tailored if required, contact Provek to discuss price and dates.

Price:

Public coure: £1,599 + VAT per delegate (includes hard copy PMQ study book and exam fee)

For in-house courses, which can be tailored if required, contact Provek to discuss price and dates.

Course style:

The course is tutor-led ‘virtual’ classroom style over Zoom, with participative exercises, case studies and revision questions.

The Zoom tool provides a powerful combination of video, virtual whiteboards and breakout rooms for small-group exercises. It simulates very closely a classroom learning environment but with the advantage or geographic flexibility and zero travel costs.

Pre-requisites:

Good project management basic skills and recommend attendance on the APM PFQ course, plus a minimum of 12 months actual experience across a range of project management areas and functions.

All potential delegates should undertake our free online project management assessment (PMA Lite) in order to assess readiness and suitability for the PMQ course and exam. Following the results of your PMAlite assessment, if you have any questions regarding your suitability for the PMQ please email enquiries@provek.co.uk for further assistance.

Pre-course study:

At least thirty five hours study using a pre-course study guide, The Provek APM PMQ Book and study videos from PM Channel.  The pre-study workbook provides the delegate with a structured plan for course preparation. Due to the intense nature of this course it is essential that the pre course is completed prior to attending the course.

Brochure:

Download the course brochure.

Got a question?

Are you interested in delivering this course to a group of staff? Contact a member of our team

Qualification details

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) – formerly known as APMP,  is a comprehensive course based on the Association for Project Management’s Body of Knowledge 7th edition and covers the syllabus for the 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 three-hour written examination will provide the delegate with an internationally recognised qualification.

The course builds on existing knowledge and experience and attendees will learn how to better plan, control and monitor their projects including risk and financial analysis together with reporting on progress. Interpersonal skills such as negotiation techniques and managing stakeholders are also covered. The course uses exercises to reinforce the learning.

The course consists of five days of classroom tutor-led training including a half day exam preparation on the final morning, regular practice questions with feedback, a full 3-hour mock exam following training with trainer feedback, and access to our PM Channel online video tutorial platform.

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