What is ChPP?
The Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) standard is a professional benchmark that demonstrates attainment of a defined level of technical knowledge, professional practice and ethical behaviour. It forms the basis of the assessment that applicants must pass to gain ChPP status and inclusion on the Register of Chartered Project Professionals.
ChPP support services
Are you considering applying to become a ChPP? If so, APM has created a range of support services to assist individuals in preparing their applications.
Who should become a Chartered Project Professional (ChPP)?
ChPP is for anyone that meets the following criteria:
- having a proven track record delivering projects, programmes, portfolios or a key control or enabling function and;
- having up-to-date knowledge of current practices and methods and;
- being actively involved in the project management profession.
You do not need to be an APM member to apply. Existing members of APM belong to a chartered body but in order to achieve chartered status on an individual basis, they will need to apply for the Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) standard. A range of support services will be provided in order to support those that want to achieve ChPP. These support services are currently being developed and more information will follow in Q2 2018.
ChPP - The individual's perspective
ChPP - The organisation's perspective
Benefits of becoming chartered
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