Engineering Council Re-accredits APM

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Posted by APM on 29th Sep 2010

Engineering Council Re-accredits APM

The Engineering Council (EC) has re-accredited APM for a further five years as a Professional Affiliate Organisation.

Professional Affiliate status recognises an organisations commitment to promoting the science and practice of engineering. Affiliates must have a membership scheme that assesses the competence or knowledge of individuals as well as standards of conduct for its members that are acceptable to EC

The EC assessors noted specifically the thorough assessment processes for membership, the APM range of qualifications and the high quality of learned society activities that APM provides for members.

Commenting on the re-accreditation, APM Chief Executive Andrew Bragg said Our relationship with the engineering profession generally and with EC in particular is very important to us. As a pan-sector organisation, we aim to align with the high standards of all those sectors that value professionalism in project management. Such alignment and collaboration is vital in a pan-sector profession such as project management, where all stakeholders gain from such an attitude, recognising that "a rising tide lifts all ships".

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