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- Business as usual is not an option for a sustainable future
- Date: 22 July 2021
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- How dyslexia helps me think outside the box as a project manager
- Date: 20 July 2021
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The Association for Project Management (APM) was granted a Royal Charter in 2016 and officially became a Chartered body on 1 April 2017.
A register of Chartered Project Professionals will open in Spring 2018 and eligible practitioners can apply to become chartered.
Trailblazer apprenticeships were developed by employers to improve the quality of the programmes and to meet the knowledge, skills and behaviors required by industry.
The Associate Project Manager Apprenticeship Standard at level 4 was developed by employers with APM.
APM’s annual Salary and Market Trends Survey is the largest survey of its kind in the UK. This year’s survey saw almost 6,000 project professional take part.
The Survey helps the profession gauge confidence and reflect on the current and future skills demand across the profession.
Body of Knowledge
APM Body of Knowledge is the result of a collaborative project involving over 1,000 practitioners from across all sectors, and is designed to assist all those using project management in their work.
It is structured around four main sections and includes definitions of the core terms and techniques.