Developing your career as a project management professional requires a thorough understanding of numerous areas of business including budgeting, conflict management, negotiation and teamwork.
For project professionals who seek to gain the Registered Project Professional (APM RPP) as the next stage of their development as a project manager or Chartered Project Professional (APM ChPP) to be recognised as a practicing professional.
This is a workshop in preparation for individuals wishing to undertake the qualification.
The workshops are designed around client needs and are spent looking at the APM RPP/ChPP criteria from a structural perspective to ensure individuals fully understand how they can give their best input to achieving a successful outcome.
Learners are expected to be professionally active and in a responsible leadership functions within projects, programmes or portfolios; exhibit professional and ethical behaviour; demonstrate competence in core project management competencies; and have completed a minimum of 35 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) within the last 12 months.
What's the outcome?
Gaining your RPP/ChPP will demonstrate your ability to make a positive contribution to any project you manage or are involved with. This will show that you have proven applied practice to give you a competitive advantage. You will be entered into the APM Register of Project Professionals demonstrating to users of project management services and the wider public that you have met one of the highest standards in Project Management.
Through more widespread adoption of the APM approach, projects will be delivered in a more consistent fashion across your organisation.
Recognition of RPP/ChPP using APM post-nominals enabled individuals to be recognised and improves organisational reputation.
What does it involve?
Led by individuals with detailed experience in the APM processes and procedures will help prepare you for your application and guide you through the process.
Workshops are undertaken individually, in teams, in the UK and abroad, either face2face or virtually. They include question and answer sessions and interview preparation. Delivered over a 3-5 month period, the programme enables applicants to have the best possible chance of entering the Register and achieving success.
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