Last edited 17 Nov 2019

Association for Project Management APM

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[edit] Introduction

Awarded a Royal Charter in 2017, the Association for Project Management (APM) is an educational charity and the chartered body for project managers in the UK and abroad.

With over 30,000 individual members and more than 500 corporate partners, the APM is the largest professional body for project managers in Europe. In common with many chartered bodies, its members are required to abide by a code of professional conduct.

[edit] Five dimensions of professionalism

The APM aims to develop and promote project and programme management through its five dimensions of professionalism which provide a framework for career development:

[edit] Vision

Broadly, the APM’s vision is to create “a world in which all projects succeed, with project management as a life-skill for all”. Advancing the art, science, theory and practice of project management to help inspire communities to develop meaningful change for the benefit of society.

[edit] Membership

The APM has developed a number of qualifications at various levels of expertise, from project management fundamentals to professional levels of understanding.

There are four grades of APM membership:

  • Student
  • Associate
  • Full
  • Fellow.

[edit] Local reach

APM branches host events aimed at all levels of membership. Events serve to keep members updated on the latest developments in project, programme and portfolio management, foster networking and contributing to the requirements of CPD. APM relies to some extent on the expertise and commitments of a volunteer community to deliver numerous wide-ranging activities, including events, publications and product development.

Special interest groups (SIGs) provide a forum for discussion for members and their guests and create and disseminate new knowledge.

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