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APM PMQ exam only

APM PROJECT MANAGEMENT QUALIFICATION EXAMINATION

For many, attending a classroom-based course is not an option for numerous reasons. CITI recognises how difficult this can be and has produced an alternative way to gain the APM Project Management Qualification Online Learning to suit your learning needs.

By opting for the CITI online learning route you can study at a time, place and pace that works for you. All material for this course is provided online and it is one of the most effective and comprehensive ways to become accredited in project management. It is best to take this qualification after the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (APM PFQ).

At present, the examination cannot be taken online – and the APM are updating the Body of Knowledge to the 7th Edition in May. If you have previously studied the APM Project Management Qualification and just need to take a BoK6 examination, please see the details of the examination only event below.

Access to the examination for one individual is £450 + VAT on the 28th April 2020 at our head offices in Milton Keynes. If you want to purchase multiple examinations please contact us to discuss your requirements and to obtain a quote. Please note we expect you to have completed sufficient self-study prior to the examination.

Venue

Situated in Milton Keynes less than three miles from M1 J14, the course will be hosted at our head office within Shenley Pavillions – a modern office complex with air conditioning and access to refreshments and lunch options.

The site has free parking and wi-fi access.

The peaceful surroundings make a perfect learning environment over the duration of the course, with breakout rooms and gardens for break periods.

Available dates

Please call +44(0)1908 283 600 or email info@citi.co.uk if you have a requirement for multiple delegates, or would like to pay by invoice.

OBJECTIVES

The APM Project Management Qualification Online Learning (APM PMQ) is a qualification from the Association for Project Management (APM). It is designed for project managers who have experience of project management. The primary purpose of the learning is to ensure that delegates have sufficient knowledge and understanding to successfully complete the APM Project Management Qualification three-hour, closed book, examination. The course covers the 12 learning outcomes (APM BoK 6th edition) included in the APM Project Management Qualification syllabus.

CONTENT

The learning focuses on providing knowledge, principles and best practices in project management and includes exam preparation. The APM Project Management Qualification assesses the candidate’s breadth of knowledge in all areas of project management, from strategic and commercial implications, to the technical, organisational, and people management skills required to participate effectively within a project team.

The online learning is made up of a combination of learning bytes which are narrated by experts, practice questions, flash cards and other learning games, including case studies together with access to CITI’s online study guide.

EXAMINATION

The examination is quite demanding and a lack of effort and commitment on the part of the learner will result in failure to gain the accreditation. We strongly recommend that each individual carefully plans their learning and sets themselves achievable milestones to ensure that they keep on track. Wherever possible, having a work colleague or mentor (preferably the individual’s line manager) to discuss progress at regular intervals is beneficial.

WHAT WILL YOU GAIN

APM Project Management Qualification Online Learning

Assuming you are successful in the examination, you will gain the APM Project Management Qualification.

We recommend that when you have completed at least 30 hours of distance learning before you consider booking your examination. However, different people have different learning styles and speeds, so we will not push you to take the examination on a given date – or impose cut-off dates on the elearning programme.