A five-day public training event to prepare for the well regarded APM-PMQ examinations.
The APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is designed for candidates with project management experience. There are no pre-requisites for this qualification however candidates should possess an appropriate level of project management experience (2 years is recommended). An APM Project Fundamentals qualification is helpful, but not required.
At least 20 hours of pre-course study is highly recommended to obtain the best results from the course.
The PMQ exam is taken on day 5 of the course. The course includes an APM Handbook, pre-course study instructions, course materials, stationery, exams, e-certificate (for successful candidates) and refreshments.
Duration: Five days of training with day 1 from 9.30am to 5pm and days 2-5 from 9.00am to 5pm
Location: The training will take place at the CUPE International Training Centre in Bournemouth or at one of our partners located in Norwich or London.
Exam format: The APM-PMQ exam is a 3 hour, closed book, written examination. Delegates have to answer 10 questions out of a possible 16 questions. 500 marks are available and delegates must gain a minimum of 275 marks to pass (55%).
Certificate format: An e-certificate is included in the package. If a hard copy certificate is required this can be ordered at an additional cost.
Package includes: The course cost includes the following:
- Pre-course materials to prepare to get the most from the course
- Accredited Course materials which have slides, exercises, true/false questions
- Training by an experienced consultant
- Official Sample Exam
- Official APM-PMQ Exam
- Lunch and refreshments