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APM Introductory Certificate

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What is the Introductory Certificate?

The Introductory Certificate – The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification – (SCQF Level 6) offers a fundamental awareness of project management terminology and is for those wishing to gain a broad understanding of the principles of the profession.

Who is it for?

No prior knowledge or experience is required for this qualification which will offer the individual the knowledge to make a positive contribution to any project.

What is assessed?

The syllabus assesses the key elements of the project management lifecycle and covers knowledge areas from the APM Body of Knowledge, including planning and scheduling, communication, teamwork, resource management, project risk management and project reviews.

For more information on this accredited course please visit the Association for Project Management’s website

This course is offered via online learning.

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