APM Project Management Qualification

Course code: PR014
APM recognised qualification
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  • Fully recognised APM qualification
  • Achieve a broad level of project management knowledge
  • Become a fully qualified project manager
  • Be able to management porjects from individual assignments through to large projects
  • Underrstand schedule and resource management
  • Study online, at your own pace
This course is only available to study online.
Course Overview

Perfect for your career development, this fully recognised APM project management qualification will give you a broad knowledge of project management essentials.

You’ll learn how to manage projects both on a small and global scale. This is ideal for those wanting to progress in your career and take on projects or if you are looking for a project management job role.

Study online with access to brilliant course materials and resources. Get tutor support through the online portal and access to forums to help your studies!

Course Duration

Up to 1 year.

Course Outcome

Become a fully qualified project manager.

Entry Requirements

Ideally project management experience, not essential.

Assessment

1 exam.

Course Content
  • Types of organisational Structure
  • Roles and responsibilities within the project team
  • Project life cycle phases
  • The benefits of conducting reviews
  • Use of PESTLE and SWOT
  • Characteristics and challenges of programme management
  • Health and safety and environmental legislation
  • Governance of project management
  • Using structured methodologies
  • The importance of effective communication
  • Barriers to communication
  • Conflict management
  • The impact of leadership
  • Creation and management of teams
  • Benefits management
  • Information management
  • Project management plan
  • Earned value management and calculations
  • Stakeholder management
  • Product Breakdown Structure (PBS)
  • Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Configuration
  • Change control
  • Project scheduling
  • Resources
  • Financial and cost management
  • Budget and cost control
  • Supplier relationships
  • Contracts
  • Risk management process
  • Benefits of risk management
  • Escalation
  • Quality planning and control
  • Quality assurance and continual improvement