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The APM (Association of Project Management) PFQ and PMQ courses offer delegates two highly regarded qualifications in Project Management. These courses take place at our Southampton-Solent venue which is located between Portsmouth and Southampton (M27, Junction 9).
This APM bundle is a suitable if you are starting with little to no project management experience and are wanting to pursue a career in project management. Both qualifications cover the same topics but the PFQ is a light touch over 2 days, resulting in a 1 hour exam. The PMQ however, covers the same topics over 5 days in much greater detail, resulting in a 3 hour written exam. This bundle is a useful stepping stone for further APM qualifications that ultimately end as a ChPP. (Chartered Project Professional).
Note: These courses are designed to teach you about project management and to prepare you for a new career in project management. The PMQ in particular will require you to carry out self study each evening to consolidate what you’ve learnt, and prepare you for the next day.
Choose a PFQ course date first followed by a PMQ course date.
Pre-course materials, course manuals and lunch with refreshments are not part of your ELCAS funding.
PFQ then PRINCE2
PRINCE2 then PMQ
Click on the following link [PMQ assessment] to take the test. The result will give you an idea about the qualification and its level of difficulty.
Step 1: Once you’re happy with the course outline, select a course location and date from the drop down lists. Click “Make enquiry button”, and complete the form. Note our ELCAS number 4030, course title(s), course date(s) and course location (Fareham) for your resettlement forms.
Step 2: We’ll email you with a detailed acknowledgement of the course, and reserve a place for you. In addition, we’ll invoice the costs including your contribution, and include our terms and conditions.
Step 3: On receipt of your payment contribution, we’ll email joining instructions and any pre-course reading materials.
To gain formal qualifications in Project Management and use them towards future employment.
By the end of each course you will be in a position to:
The course offers a fundamental awareness of project management terminology. No prior knowledge or experience is required for this qualification.
This is a knowledge based qualification that allows you to demonstrate your understanding of the 12 core elements of project management. By the end of the course you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of how these elements interact, and how your projects fit into your strategic and commercial environment. PMQ is a qualification recognised both nationally and internationally giving you a qualification that can be carried from one job to another or from one industry to another.
Is the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) or APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) right for you? The PFQ then PMQ are the first and second step in the progressive suite of qualifications brought to you by the Association for Project Management (APM) the Chartered body for the project profession.