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Posted by APM on 10th Jun 2011

APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) is a pan-sector professional standard that recognises excellence in project management. Since its launch on the 1st March, over one hundred members have achieved RPP status. This is an outstanding achievement and something to be very proud off.

Liz Wilson, Head of Professional Standards and Knowledge at APM said We are delighted to see the uptake of RPP, and to congratulate the 100 people who have now achieved the award of RPP. They should rightly consider themselves in the vanguard of professionalism in project management,

A specific route for Certificated Project Managers (CPMs) has now been introduced, and a route for Fellows of the Association (FAPMs) is being trialled.

Click here to find out more about APM Registered Project Professional (RPP).

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