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New pathway to Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) status

A new pathway towards gaining chartered status will be introduced this September. The new pathway will recognise validated professional practice built globally through qualifications and experiences in organisations across the profession, answering the demand from the profession and industry to see a more inclusive chartered standard. 

The APM Project Management Qualification and Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) ® Certification have both been approved as recognised assessments on the new pathway to Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) status. 

To meet the requirements of the pathway, applicants will be required to prove attainment of their qualification and experience.   

 For APM’s Project Management Qualification, a new validation process has been put in place to support project professionals to validate their experience in advance of their application.   Find out more about the validation process.

For PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) ® Certification, this will have been achieved through the qualification’s prerequisite requirement.   

As part of the introduction of a new pathway towards ChPP, all existing routes will gain a new identity as pathways to provide greater clarity to the profession and support individuals no matter their background towards gaining ChPP as part of their development. 

The new pathway will launch in September 2024 with the first assessment cycle in November 2024.  

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