APM Introductory Certificate in Project Management
This Introductory Certificate in Project Management is based on the APM Body of Knowledge 5th edition – a concise and structured guide to the knowledge required in managing projects.
It provides a solid introduction to the key issues involved in managing projects and explores core project management tools, techniques and terminology.
Who should attend?
The APM Introductory Certificate In Project Management is an intensive course designed for all project personnel including new project managers, project team members and project support staff who require an understanding of the fundamentals of project management. This is also suitable for anyone looking to achieve a nationally recognised, entry level qualification in project management.
To undertake this training course, no previous experience of working in projects is necessary. However, pre-read documentation is provided before the course and it is essential that delegates complete all of the recommended self-study prior to attending the event. This will make the course much more enjoyable as delegates will then have a base knowledge of project management.
Achieve a nationally recognised, entry level qualification in project management.
What will I learn?
Planning the Strategy
- Quality management
- Risk management
- Stakeholder management
Executing the Strategy
- Scope management
- Change control information
- Management and reporting
- Resource management
- Issues management
Organization and Governance
- Configuration management
- Project business case
People and the Profession
- Project life cycle
- Handover and closeout
- Project reviews
- Organizational roles
- Communications in a project
How will I benefit?
- The APM Introductory Certificate In Project Management will allow delegates to gain a fundamental understanding of the APM Body of Knowledge
- You will receive a copy of the APM’s comprehensive study guide for use during the course and to keep for future reference
- You will gain 12 CPD points on completing the course
Please note: No previous experience of working in projects is necessary. However, pre-read documentation is provided before the course and it is essential that delegates complete all of the recommended self-study prior to attending the event.
- Define and scope a project
- Understand the context of projects in the Portfolio, Programme and Project management environments
- Explain the principles of project management
- Define and understand project management terminology
- Understand the roles and people skills required to deliver projects effectively
- Describe tools and techniques used for managing projects
- Support and contribute to successful project outcomes
- Achieve the required level of understanding needed to prepare for the APM Introductory Certificate in Project Management examination
The training course on this page is offered by Reed Learning
ATO/AFFILIATE in association with Insights, an APM Accredited Training Provider.