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Enhance your career prospects with a PMQ. This qualification demonstrates a knowledge in project management behaviours, skills, processes and tools. It provides successful candidates with a qualification that is highly recognised in the business community. Choose either Live Online Virtual classroom or standard classroom.
Project management is a key skill in any business, large or small. It is an essential part of any organisation’s success and is used to ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget and to the required quality.
Project managers are responsible for the planning, execution and monitoring of projects, ensuring they are completed efficiently and effectively. They are also responsible for managing resources and communications, as well as providing regular updates to stakeholders on the progress of the project.
There are many benefits to project management, including improved efficiency, cost savings, increased customer satisfaction and improved employee morale. Project management also helps to identify and remove any potential risks associated with a project, and can be used to effectively manage and resolve conflicts.
One of the best ways to gain the skills and knowledge required for effective project management is to gain an APM qualification. There are a wide range of courses available, from entry level APM PFQ, then APM PMQ, APM PPQ to Chartered Project Professional, which provide the knowledge and skills required to manage projects effectively.
By gaining a formal qualification in project management, you will be able to demonstrate your understanding of the necessary processes, tools and techniques required to manage projects successfully. You will also be able to demonstrate your commitment to developing your skills and knowledge in the field.
The benefits of gaining a qualification in project management with IPSO FACTO are numerous. Not only will you be able to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of project management, but you will also be able to demonstrate your commitment to developing your skills and knowledge in the field. This will make you a more attractive candidate for potential employers and will open up new opportunities for career development and progression.
In addition, gaining a formal project management qualification can help you to become a more proficient project manager, as well as developing your organisational and communication skills. This can help you to become more effective in your role, as well as gaining recognition from employers and colleagues alike.
Overall, project management is an essential skill for any business, large or small. Gaining an APM qualification in project management is a great way to develop your skills and knowledge and demonstrate your commitment to the field.
This is a knowledge based qualification that will allow you to demonstrate your knowledge in all areas of project management. You will learn how elements of project management interact, and how your projects fit into a strategic and commercial environment. The PMQ is recognised both nationally and internationally, giving you a qualification that can be carried from one job to another or from one industry to another.
You’re considering a civilian career in project management and have worked in a project environment for two or more years. Or, you’re looking at the next level qualification after passing your APM PFQ exam.
Your trainer will support you throughout the course and prepare you for your exam. The information below is key to what the APM examiners want from you.
This 5-day course is intensive, especially if you have little project management experience. There will be self study each night including sample exam questions based on topics you’ve covered that day. The following morning your answers are evaluated and guidance provided where necessary. However, don’t be put off! Our trainer will be there to assist and this is a worthwhile, recognised project management qualification. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
It is strongly recommended that you bundle a second project management qualification with the APM PMQ and take the APM PMQ last.
Other qualifications may include: APM PFQ, PRINCE2 Practitioner, AgilePM Practitioner. If you hold another project management qualification not listed, or if you’ve recently undertaken a high level academic qualification please contact us.
Otherwise if you have several years experience in the field of project management, you may disregard the criteria above.
Our PMQ courses generally include a mixture of resettlement and civilian business candidates, with a varied range of knowledge and experience. The course is structured but informal always starting at 9am and finishing between 4 and 5pm. There will be two 15 minute breaks in the morning and afternoon and approximately 45 minutes for lunch.
During the course you will be encouraged to ask questions and join in discussions, and the more you get involved with the course the more you will get out of it. Training is delivered throughout the week with a mock exam on Friday afternoon. Your PMQ exam can now be taken when you’re ready. All what you have to do is email IPSO FACTO with the date and time you want to take the exam, from home or work.
Step 1: Read the course outline, select 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 (Southampton) for your resettlement forms.
Step 2: We’ll email you with a detailed acknowledgement of the course(s), 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. Your pre-course materials will then be posted.
Link to Full Membership of the APM: https://www.apm.org.uk/membership/full-member/