Assessor update 26/03/12

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Posted by APM on 26th Mar 2012

 

As a result of our RPP Six Month Review, on the 2nd of April APM will be officially launching the revised RPP Candidates and FAPMs Guidance and application documents.  The major revision is that CPD will no longer be a part of the application form.  The candidates current CPD will be required to be submitted on APMs regular CPD log.  They must be submitted together.  The CPD requirement is unchanged at 35 hours of project related CPD during the 12 months immediately prior to RPP application.  Older application forms will be accepted until the 1st of July as a transitional step.

The other substantial revision to the process is that candidates CPD will be checked by a member of APMs PS&K Team.  Checking CPD will remain a part of the Initial Review process.  If CPD is found to be deficient, the candidates application will be returned as a part of the Initial Review Process through Customer Services.  In the normal way, resubmissions at this stage will not incur any additional fees.

In those instances where you would normally have seen the CPD as a part of the portfolio, the candidates CPD log will be provided as well.

The latest version of the Initial Review Guidance has been updated in the "Central Repository" article for your information only -  there is no change to the way the portfolio assessment is carried out by assessors. http://www.apm.org.uk/news/central-repository-current-rpp-assessor-documents

If you have any questions regarding this change please contact john.zachar@apm.org.uk

 

 

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