Project management roles are needed in almost every industry. And employers are actively looking to fill many Project Management positions. Certified project managers consistently make 20% more than those without certification (mean annual salary of £50,000 in 2023). A project management certification also presents you with many career options. You can apply project management skills to almost any career option or path you want to pursue. The certification paths include:
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ): Association for Project Management (APM) is one of the chartered bodies for the project management profession, with over 35,000 individual members. The PFQ is an entry-level certification for project managers. The PFQ will allow you gain a broad understanding of the principles of the profession.
APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ): The PMQ a project management qualification for professionals who aspire to become project managers. You should either have previous project management experience or hold the Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ). If you haven’t completed the PFQ you should have at least 2 years’ experience in a project management environment before applying for the PMQ.
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM): An entry-level certification for project managers. It allows those with less experience to demonstrate familiarity with the profession. In addition, it is ideal for those who are not quite as advanced in the field.
Project Management Professional (PMP): Certification credible in more than 85 countries It has become the gold standard of Project Management across the globe. It is recognised across multiple industries and in many countries.
What you will learn
The live project you will be working on will provide you with the necessary skills, knowledge, experience, confidence, and something to talk about in your interviews. This will improve your chances of transitioning into a fantastic role.
Training Career Path (Job Roles)
Course Price: £600/$800 (VAT Inclusive)