PROJECT PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
View the Project professional awards and read the descriptions.
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YOUNG PROJECT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR AWARD | 2 stage
The young project professional of the year award recognises rising talent – those in the early stages of their project management career who are making a difference to their projects, programmes and portfolios, the companies and clients they work with, and the profession more widely.
The young project professional of the year award is open to project, programme or portfolio managers and specialists aged 29 years or under at the deadline date of stage one submission. They can be working on any project where their involvement has been greater than six months.
In this category we also encourage nominations (with the individual’s approval) from companies, consultancies and charities/not for profit organisations across all sectors. Project professionals of all nationalities may apply.
PROJECT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR AWARD | 2 stage
Successful project professionals drive and lead the creation of an environment that makes things happen. They balance technical and management skills with juggling different views and perspectives, backgrounds and personalities. They focus team performance to deliver benefits to their client and other stakeholders.
The project professional of the year award recognises the professionals and specialists that have made a significant contribution to the outputs, outcomes and benefits of their project(s), programme(s) and/or portfolio(s).
In this category we also encourage nominations (with the individual’s approval) from companies, consultancies and charities/not for profit organisations. Project professionals from all sectors and of all nationalities may apply.
APM OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
This award is the most prestigious of the APM’s awards. It is the equivalent of a ‘lifetime achievement’ award open to everyone, not just project professionals. This award reflects a contribution to the profession, be that as a single effort, or as a sustained set of activities over a long period. The winner of this award is selected by the APM Board.