The APM PMQ Explained – and why YOU should Get It!
The APM PMQ is an internationally-recognized qualification that will greatly enhance your credibility, knowledge and experience – in short will fast-track you career in any industry or position, and maximum your future salary potential.
The APM PMQ is based on a set of interacting knowledge areas reflecting a project´s strategic and commercial environment, which show and demonstrate the full set of understanding that a professional project manager should be competent in.
The APM PMQ Qualification is suitable for anyone with little or no prior project management experience and is targeted at those wishing to gain a broad and deep knowledge of project management.
So Who is Suitable for the APM PMQ Qualification?
The Qualification is suitable for anyone within the range of individual assignments, to stand-alone projects, and onwards to large capital projects. It is also suitable for those who will run projects forming part of a larger programme.
There are two examination routes for the APM PMQ Qualification:
- A three hour paper with sixteen questions. The candidate must answer any ten from the sixteen
- For those who are already PRINCE2 Practitioners. This exam is shorter, with a much-reduced syllabus that recognises previous learning from PRINCE2. This exam is just two hours duration, and the candidate must answer any six questions from the ten provided.
There is NO NEED to go to the expense and stress of classroom training, as the APM holds Open or Public Exams on a regular basis.
This opens the door to very efficient and effective self-study with my APM PMQ Mastery System
I highly recommend joining the APM as there are many benefits, including a reduced exam cost of £100