As of June 26th 2019 our evidence requirements have been updated to bring clarity and structure to support those seeking to achieve FAPM status.
Anyone wishing to apply for FAPM please review the guidance to ensure you are applying under the correct process.
Who is it for?
APM Fellowship recognises those who have made a significant contribution to the profession as a practitioner, teacher or researcher. Applicants will normally have been a Full member of APM for at least five years or have an equivalent level of experience in a senior position.
You need to:
- Have been a Full member of APM for at least 5 years or have 10 years’ project experience
- Have made a major personal, ongoing contribution to the project management profession by meeting at least one of the following criteria:
- Contribution to others in the profession
- Shaping the profession
- Demonstrate a commitment to ethics through signing APM’s Code of Professional Conduct.
Project controls manager, WSP
"Project management attracted me so much, I changed my career path; from architect graduate, through construction management, into the project management profession. My current position is a result of deep experience of project management which allowed me to overview projects from a different angle and dive further into project management knowledge to establish the success factors of the project, giving the project a greater chance of success."
- Professional recognition
Fellow members earn the use of the highly regarded FAPM post-nominals. These represent the significant contribution you make to the development of yourself, others and the project profession as a whole. APM Fellowship is granted to those that prove their devotion by sharing their valuable knowledge and experience across the profession.
- APM leadership forum
We host an exclusive event for our most senior members with a keynote speaker and many opportunities to network with other influential figures in the profession.
- Board election voting rights
Fellows of APM play an active role in the organisation by voting in board elections and at annual general meetings. Fellows wishing to further influence the profession may also stand for election to the APM board and hold a range of volunteer roles.
- Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
- Project journal
The award-winning Project journal is delivered quarterly to all Fellows of APM. Inside, you will find case studies, discussions, interviews and news from the most intriguing and exciting areas of project management. Complement your knowledge and experience with global examples of project management in action.
- Knowledge resources
Fellow membership gives you access to APM’s online library. Full of guides written by APM Specific Interest Groups (SIGs), the library is thereto support Fellow members from different roles and sectors. You will also gain access to APM Learning the online development resource for project professionals.
- APM leadership newsletter
Our Fellows receive a tailored newsletter containing the latest new ideas, research and industry insight.
- Digital badge
You will receive an APM digital membership badge to represent your grade.