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NEW - Revised Syllabuses for the IC and APMP

NEW - Revised Syllabuses for the IC and APMP

04 Feb 2014

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On 20th January 2014 APM announced revised syllabuses for their most popular qualifications - the Introductory Certificate and the APMP.   Examinations based on the current syllabus will continue to be available until December 2014.

The Introductory Certificate (The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification) and APMP (The APM Project Management Qualification) have been refreshed and aligned with the APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition.

The revised syllabuses, sample papers and guidance notes can all be viewed on APM's dedicated web pages:

Introductory Certificate – The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification
APMP – The APM Project Management Qualification

This marks the latest step in a refresh and review of the APM qualifications suite, keeping them up to date and relevant, supporting project management professionals throughout their career.

“We recognise the importance of keeping our examinations fresh and relevant, so they reflect the knowledge that you have, the work that you do and the skills that you have developed,” explains Liz Wilson, head of professional standards and knowledge at APM.

“There will be more announcements throughout 2014 including new qualifications, as we continue to develop and adapt to the changes and demands of the profession,” she added.

More to come in 2014

2014 will see a complete refresh of the suite of APM qualifications along with the momentous launch of two brand-new qualifications at IPMA Level A and Level B.

These new qualifications will include programme and portfolio management, at Level A, and will enhance the suite of qualifications that can support project professionals throughout their career.