The APM introductory certificate (APM IC) is an ideal qualification for those who are new to project management or those who work as part of a project team and want to understand the jargon approach and processes used in project management. Typically it is delivered in two days and covers the main parts of the Association for Project Management Body of Knowledge. This qualification is ideal for anyone new to project management and requires no prior experience.
The main topics covered in the APM Introductory Certificate are:
- What is a project project?
- Planning projects including defining the scope, estimating, quality management, Risk management
- Controlling and reporting project progress
- Controlling change
- Working and leading project teams
Structure of the APM Introductory Certificate Exam?
The exam is a multiple choice with 60 multiple choice questions taken in one hour.
Parallel Project Training Approach
Parallel Project Training offer an innovative approach to the APM Introductory Certificate using a distance learning study guides, online e-learning, podcasts and face to face classroom training.
For more information visit the APM website or APM Introductory Certificate in Project Management Courses