What is APM Learning?
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide our members with opportunities to learn, share and develop their understanding we have established APM Learning to host a range of interactive digital learning content that is quality assured and approved by APM.
Key project management topics are categorised in line with the Body of Knowledge offering best practice guidance, tools and templates to support you in your professional role.
Who is it for?
APM Learning is only available to fee paying individual members and Honorary Fellows. This online resource provides members with access to digital versions of Specific Interest Group (SIG) guides, an array of modules and other digital learning resources as part of the membership benefit.
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Become an Associate or Full member today and gain access to the APM Learning portal.
Some of the interactive modules on APM Learning
Becoming a Chartered Project Professional
Are you interested in becoming chartered? This module will guide you through the application process and help you to prepare your submission.
Succeeding with a Dispersed Team
Explore the resources in this module to find out how you can leverage virtual and/or remote teams to the benefit of your projects.
Making Risk work for you Project
Explore the meaning of risk and how to effectively manage it on your projects in this interactive module.
Explore the resources in this module to find out how to manage contracts successfully.
Project Controls: Baseline Planning
Explore the resources in this interactive module to find out how baseline planning can support you to deliver your project's outcome.
Explore the topics in this module to learn about what benefits managements means and how to apply it to your projects.
Resources on APM Learning
Learning modules offer a series of interactive learning topics which all align with sections in the APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition. New topics are added regularly.
SIG guides and publications are free to download through APM Learning.
Body of knowledge
The APM Body of Knowledge forms the basis of APM’s qualifications, accreditation, research and publications.
It defines the boundaries of project, programme and portfolio management, and the functions undertaken as part of these endeavours.
Tools and templates
Basic project management templates, generic, fit-for-purpose and copyright free.
Access to a set of checklists extracted from APM publications and presented in a self-contained format for ease of use.
'My activities' on APM Learning is your personal space which allows you to see, at a glance, content that you have selected from the resource library.
Accessible from your desktop or mobile you will be able to access your saved activities when you are on the move.