The APMP course is a five day course that includes the APMP examination on the final day. APMP is recognised both nationally and internationally giving candidates a qualification that can be carried from one job or from one industry to another.
Pearcemayfield recommend that project managers with the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification would benefit tremendously from this additional recognition of their knowledge.
Patrick Mayfield comments: "APMP is aimed at those wishing to achieve a broad level of project management knowledge sufficient to participate in projects from individual assignments through to large capital projects. Delegates typically have some pre-existing project management knowledge, although this is not essential."
The course has been very much designed with the delegate in mind. Using best practice Accelerated Learning techniques and high quality course materials the course is constructed to help delegates navigate their way through a complex and extensive subject in a way that appeals to all learning styles.
All pearcemayfield course Facilitators are fully trained to help delegates maximise the learning experience; they are knowledgeable and experienced project managers; and they are fully approved by the accrediting body, the Association for Project Management.
For further information on the range of creative and innovative training solutions from Pearcemayfield, visit www.pearcemayfield.com.
Pearcemayfield is a specialist in project, programme and change management, providing outstanding learning, professional development and support services experiences for clients, to help them manage change more effectively. The company is UK-based, but operates globally.
Pearcemayfield is a fully accredited PRINCE2®, MSP™, P3O®, and Change Management Training Organisation through the APM Group.
MSP, PRINCE2 and P3O are registered trade marks of the Cabinet Office.
- Pearce Mayfield
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