This week SPOCE announced that they will be offering free APM 'Associate Membership' to all APM PMQ qualification takers if they sit their training and exam with SPOCE.
As an organisation, APM are always willing to champion Project Management as the ‘go to’ profession and here at SPOCE we are always happy to support them. This is why we are offering free APM Associate Membership to anyone taking their PMQ exam with SPOCE. This will encourage people to advance their career and take advantage of the wealth of benefits and resources that membership brings. The membership offer is open to 'all 'people that sit a PMQ exam and does not differentiate between passes and fails. So in the unlikely event that delegates do not pass their exam first time, they still qualify for free membership.
What you get with APM Associate Membership
- Status - Being a member of the Chartered Body for the Project Profession can enhance career status
- Development – Members can earn Continued Professional Development (CPD) points and this can lead to up to £18k additional income per annum*
- Tools and resources - Instant access to tools and resources such as the award winning ‘Project Journal’
- Savings - members receive preferential rates for networking events
- An easy process – taking only approximately 5 minutes
What you get when you sit APM PMQ with SPOCE
- FREE membership for 1 year usually £130! We will cover the cost of your membership for you
- Pre course study materials and offical manual
- The benefit of 25 years experience running world class project training
- No more than 16 delegates per classroom
- Trainers with over 15 years’ experience delivering project courses
More about APM PMQ Management level
The APM Project Management Qualification is formerly known as APMP. The APM Project Management qualification course is now known as the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ). This is also equivalent to IPMA level D and SCQF level 7.
Who is this for?
People with an understanding of project management and/or previously qualified at PFQ level. The level of understanding gained from this is much broader and practical than the entry level.
What is assessed?
APM PMQ assesses all areas of project management in a more practical, strategic and commercial way, such as: budgeting and cost management, conflict management, communication, earned value management, leadership, negotiation, procurement, sponsorship and teamwork.
The APM PMQ exam
A single 3-hour closed book paper where candidates must answer 10 of a choice of 15 questions.
SPOCE offer public courses for this APM PMQ course and if there are 4 or more delegates in the same organisation we can arrange for bespoke client APM training workshops on your premises.
Call: 01202 736373
Or using the live chat function on our website and we will send you more details.