Update on APM consultation on proposed Chartered standard
Posted by Kirsten on 27th Oct 2017
Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the consultation on the proposed Chartered standard. The consultation was run by the independent company, YouGov, from 31 July to 22 September 2017.
We received 122 responses and these are currently being reviewed and fed into the process for finalising the Chartered standard.
APM expects to publish its response to the results of the consultation and the final Chartered standard at the end of November 2017.
Following the publication of the standard in November, we have a planned programme of work in place, before we open the Register of Project Professionals in spring 2018.
- If you have any questions, please check our FAQs on how APM’s strategy ‘Inspiring positive change’ is playing an important role in launching the Chartered standard and register.
- Hear from our members and volunteers: what Chartered means to them.
- Download APM’s latest Road to Chartered thought leadership paper: Professional responsibilities and obligations.
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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.
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 sixth paper in APM’s thought-leadership series ‘The Road to Chartered’ is now available to download.