On Friday we were delighted to finally announce the news we have been waiting many years for; that APM had received its Royal Charter. Seeing the Charter arriving at Ibis House was a personal highlight for me and the result of a lot of hard work by many people over many years.
Consultation on Chartered standard now open
Posted by Kirsten on 31st Jul 2017
As the Chartered body for the project profession, one of the key tasks for the Association for Project Management is to develop the
Chartered standard to underpin the profession’s new status.
The proposed Chartered standard presents what APM considers the public and industry will need and expect in the future from project professionals. This reflects the technical knowledge and professional experience that project professionals must demonstrate along with a commitment to continued professional development and ethical behaviour to achieve the internationally recognised standard of a chartered professional and meet the public interest objective of our new Charter.
Your opportunity to tell us what you think
APM is seeking informed feedback from interested parties, employers and stakeholders, which will be considered and help formulate the final standard and routes to achieving it.
The consultation is now open and closes on 22 September 2017. The consultation is hosted by the external company, YouGov and you can access the consultation via the Chartered consultation pages where you can then take the YouGov survey.
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Our skills as a profession are needed now more than ever, and it is important that the Chartered standard meets the needs of industry and society.
APM, The Chartered body for the project profession, has launched its third Chartered paper titled “Demonstrating integrity in a complex world: The importance of ethics in professional life”.
Focusing on continuing professional development, the paper will provide insight into how your professional body will develop, what this means for you and how you can be involved in this evolution.