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This bundle includes our popular APM PFQ and PRINCE2 courses which are delivered at our conveniently located Southampton-Solent venue between Southampton and Portsmouth. (M27, Junction 9)
This project management bundle is an excellent option of you have little or no project management experience. It is recommended that you attend the 2 day PFQ course, with its 1 hour multi choice exam, prior to attending the PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner courses. These courses take place at our Southampton-Solent training venue with free parking and easy access to and from the M27, J9.
The logical order is to take the APM PFQ course first, followed by PRINCE2.
Pre-course materials, course manuals and lunch with refreshments are not part of your ELCAS funding.
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To gain two 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.
The process-based approach – PRINCE2 focuses on key processes needed for successful project management which must be present, but may be ‘tailored’ to reflect the complexity, scope and risks faced by the project. Our PRINCE2 Process Model will be used to help delegates understand and appreciate what should be done to manage each project, why it should be done, and when in the project lifecycle. Key topics include:
Practical Work – Specially written scenarios and comprehensive sets of related tasks help provide a practical application of the method. Practical work includes creating process models, completing tasks related to specific elements of the method such as how the PRINCE2 themes help to apply the PRINCE2 principles as well as a variety of objective test questions. Many tasks are designed to help you ‘link’ the four integrated elements of PRINCE2®; “principles”, “processes”, “themes” and “tailoring”.
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.