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APM PMQ (Project Management Qualification) BOK7

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40 hours · Self-paced
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APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ)
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Overview

The APM PMQ (Project Management Qualification) is a knowledge-based qualification developed by APM, the chartered body for the project profession. Candidates will be able to demonstrate an understanding of how these elements interact and how their project fits into their strategic and commercial environment. APM PMQ is an internationally recognised qualification and the BOK7 is based on the 7th edition of their Body of Knowledge, the most up to date version of the qualification.

The APM PMQ BOK7 (Project Management Qualification) is aimed at those wishing to achieve a broad level of project management knowledge sufficient to participate in projects from individual assignments through to large capital projects.

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APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ)

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Training ByteSize have been developing online courses for over 20 years, so you can be assured of the highest quality products that have been tried and tested over many years. This solution is ideal if you are self-funding the course or you have a group within an organisation to train.

This online project management course has been expertly put together by our leading APM Trainers to ensure the most significant elements of the classroom course remain an important focus throughout the online learning. At the end of each online session there is a thorough review within a workbook covering the main points as revision and added additional information which will also be of use to you.

The APM PMQ BOK7 will take around 30-40 hours to work through depending on your level of experience.

As you work through the project management course there will be ‘Pauses for Thought’ allowing you to develop the ‘Thinking Process’ which is required for the APM PMQ BOK7 examination. You will be asked to consider topics, their importance and relationships with other elements of project management.

Once you have completed the project management course training, you can sit the exam online.

What does APM stand for?

APM stands for the ‘Association for Project Management’. This term has become synonymous with professionalism and is well known throughout the UK and Europe. APM is an educational charity who is committed to developing and promoting the value of project management in order to deliver improved project outcomes for the benefit of society.

Who are the APM accreditations designed for?

With a few courses to choose from, APM qualifications and training courses are perfect for project managers at various stages throughout their career. APM qualifications encompass a wide variety of methodologies, skills and approaches that are carefully tailored to increasing the knowledge base of project management professionals.

APM accreditations are also well suited to organisations who are passionate about developing their people and achieving success within their project management function.

What is BOK7?

BOK stands for Body of Knowledge and the 7th edition is the most recent version, released in 2020. The Body of Knowledge is a fantastic resource which provides the concepts, functions and activities that make up professional project management. It is written by the professional, for the professional.

What is the structure of the APM PMQ BOK7 exam?

  • 3 hours duration, including reading time.
  • Candidates will be given up to an additional 5 minutes at the end of the exam to collate their papers
  • Contains 16 questions – candidates are required to answer 10 questions
  • Each complete question carries equal marks (50 marks per question) and it is assumed equal time will be spent on each question
  • If you are attending a class, then the APM Project Management Qualification exam will usually run as part of the course
  • An online APM PMQ exam is now available

Cancellation fee

APM require a minimum of five working days’ notice to process the request before the online APM PFQ exam can be taken. Please also note that for any cancellations up to five working days before the exam date, APM have now introduced a cancellation fee of £105+VAT.

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"It has been a great learning experience with Training ByteSize. The course structure is perfectly balanced and it is very easy to follow. The course is broken down as per modules and each module has a number of short videos to help a student follow the concepts. I don't think there was a better way for me to learn this course and I highly recommend this platform to all prospective students thinking about pursuing professional certifications. Thank you Training ByteSize for the excellent support." - Sherin Varghese

Who is this course for?

APM PMQ BOK7 is aimed at those wishing to achieve a broad level of project management knowledge sufficient to participate in projects from individual assignments through to large capital projects.

Requirements

If you’re familiar with project management and are keen to develop your skills within a professional capacity, the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Course is ideal for you.

Candidates typically have some pre-existing project management knowledge, although this is not essential.

Career path

After completing your APM PMQ (Project Management Qualification), ultimately, once you have gained significant experience in project management, you can work towards achieving coveted Chartered status with the APM Chartered Project Professional (ChPP).

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