APM (Association for Project Management)

The chartered body for the project profession

APM (Association for Project Management)

Who are APM?

The Association for Project Management (APM) are the chartered body for the project profession and the largest professional association of their kind in Europe. They aim to develop and promote project management and programme management, and have over 23,000 members.

Why APM?

APM are the chartered body for the project profession. They aim to help professionals develop their careers using their Five Dimensions of Professionalism framework - a recognised set of professional practices.

As the largest professional body of their kind in Europe - and the recipient of a prestigious Royal Charter - APM qualifications are widely recognised and highly respected in industry.

Key benefits of APM

Career development: APM qualifications are designed to offer a progressive structure for your career development. So, whether you're just starting out or are a project management veteran, you'll find the course to suit your needs.

Improved career opportunities: with courses designed to demonstrate your professionalism and knowledge to employers, APM qualifications are an ideal addition to your CV.

Study support: receive access to online support forums and accredited trainers, plus the ability to track and report on your progress.

Opportunities with APM qualification

Qualifications from the Association for Project Management (APM) are well respected and widely recognised across the project management industry. They are the perfect addition to the CV of anyone looking to move into project or programme management, or advance their career in these areas.

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