APMP Fast Track for Registered PRINCE2 Practitioners — A 3 day course
The APMP is the perfect complement to the PRINCE2 method. Delivering a project through an effective process is a proven formula for project management success. PRINCE2 offers a structured and effective methodology for successful delivery. APMP expands this knowledge and understanding to help you grow into a committed and capable project manager.
This means, APMP together with the PRINCE2 qualification will give you an understanding of the complete professional project management package. Now APM has developed a new route which recognises the prior learning gained from the PRINCE2 Practitioner Qualification offering the most effective way of enhancing your professional portfolio.
This course offers an internationally recognised qualification recognising your technical and leadership skills.
As a current registered PRINCE2 Practitioner by taking APMP, additional topics you will learn include:
- Budgetting and Cost Management
- Conflict Management
- Earned Value Management
The APMP qualification is based on the APM's Body of Knowledge (BoK) 5th Edition which defines the 52 areas of knowledge required to manage any project in any environment.
The APMP qualification examines 37 topics from the APM's BoK. The new route to APMP builds on the prior learning gained in the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification which cover 12 of these topics.
Consequently as a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner, you will be examined on just 25 topics of the APMP syllabus.
Project management in context
Planning the strategy
Executing the strategy
Business and commercial
Organisation and governance
People and profession
Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices
Birmingham — £995 (+VAT)
Leeds — £995 (+VAT)
London — £995 (+VAT)
This course is for registered PRINCE2 Practitoners.
You must be able to prove that you are currently a registered PRINCE2 Practitioner (ie within the 5 year period before PRINCE2 Practitioner re-registration is required).
The 2-hour written exam consists of questions designed to demonstrate the candidate's knowledge of the varying aspects of project management as well as their understanding of key project management techniques.
The paper recognises prior learning for registered PRINCE2 Practitioners. Delegates are required to answer 6 essay-style questions from a possible 10.
Papers are marked by the APM and results are usually available 6-12 weeks after the exam. The exam fee is included in the course price.