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APM Project Fundamentals
Qualification (PFQ)

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About the course

APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ)

The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ), formerly known as the APM Introductory Certificate (APMIC), offers an introduction to project management. This is a practical course which equips delegates with a broad understanding of the principles, tools and terminology of the project management profession. The PFQ course is designed to help new project managers or members of project teams :

APM PFQ is aligned with the SCQF Level 6.

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October 2017 – “I enjoyed the course and good examples used by trainer.”
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“Gary has an engaging and relatable way of teaching.”

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Who should take the course?

This qualification is an essential starting point for new project managers or members of project teams keen to improve their understanding of the processes, tools and terminology of project management. No prior knowledge or experience is required.

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Benefits – individual?

APM PFQ will give delegates a broad understanding of project management and enable them to adapt quickly to the demands of project management and make valuable contributions to the projects they are involved in.

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Benefits – organisation?

This course is beneficial for any organisation looking to advance knowledge within their project team and improve its offering to its customers.

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Qualifications

APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) Certificate

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Key Features

The syllabus assesses the key elements of the project management lifecycle and covers knowledge areas from the APM Body of Knowledge (6th edition), including: • Planning and scheduling • Communication • Teamwork • Resource management • Project risk management • Project reviews.

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