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Last edited 04 Jul 2022
APM Associate membership offer
The Association for Project Management (APM) is a professional membership organisation that sets the standards for the project profession and raises its profile. APM is the only chartered organisation representing the project profession in the world.
In 2022, APM is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and to celebrate this milestone it is offering 50% off Associate membership for users of Designing Buildings.
Associate membership is for anyone with an interest in project management or who may be new to the profession. It demonstrates a commitment to developing professionalism and offers access to a great range of benefits and resources to progress and invest in your career.
- Access to the exclusive, members-only online APM community.
- Access to the APM learning platform.
- Project journal subscription.
- Preferential rates on APM qualifications and publications.
- A digital badge to demonstrate alignment to APM.
- Free or discounted rates for APM events and conferences.
- Access to digital knowledge resources, including project templates and book downloads.
- Access to MyCPD.
- Access to the APM Competence Framework Tool.
To find out more and take advantage of this amazing offer, go to the APM membership page and use the code APM50.
The offer applies to one year of APM Associate membership only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. The offer expires on 31 March 2023.
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