This is an introductory course into Project Management and suitable for anyone who has an interest in learning the basic tools, techniques and terminology of project management.
APM Project Fundamentals Qualification - virtual
Anyone completing the Principles of Project Management will earn £150 off this course.
There are no entry requirements for this course, so it is open to anyone regardless of prior experience. However, anyone completing Principles of Project Management will earn £150 off either this ‘APM Project Fundamentals Qualification’ or the ‘APM Project Management Qualification’.
What qualification will I gain?
Upon successful completion of this course you will gain an internationally recognised Project Fundamentals Qualification from the awarding body APM (Association of Project Management).
What will the course cover?
- Project management and the operating environment
- The project life cycle
- The management structure by which projects operate
- Project scope management
- Scheduling and resource management
- Risk management and issue management
- Project quality management
- Communication in the project environment
- Principles of leadership and teamwork
How will I be learning?
This course is available online and comprises of blended delivery which includes e-modules, interactive group workshops delivered via video conferencing, forums and study guides.
The interactive workshops will be conducted on the following dates – other components can be completed at a time that suits you prior to your exam. These sessions will be recorded and made available within a learning portal that learners can access during their programme.
Course Workshop Dates:
6th October 1pm - 4:30pm, 13th October 1pm - 4:30pm and 20th October 1pm - 4:30pm
How is it assessed?
You complete a 1 hour, multiple choice exam.
Where can I enquire?
Cambridge Network members are eligible for 10% off this course. Please contact us for a discount code.
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Project Management Qualification (PMQ) - Virtual: This is an intermediate/advanced Project Management course and is suitable to anyone with an interest in learning the tools, techniques and terminology of project management. This is mostly suited to those with a prior PFQ or some level of project/risk management experience.
Course sessions start 2nd September and 11th November.
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