What does APM stand for?APM stands for the ‘Association for Project Management’. This term has become synonymous with professionalism and is well known throughout the UK and Europe. APM is an educational charity who is committed to developing and promoting the value of project management in order to deliver improved project outcomes for the benefit of society.Who are the APM accreditations designed for?With a few courses to choose from, APM qualifications and training courses are perfect for project managers at various stages throughout their career. APM qualifications encompass a wide variety of methodologies, skills and approaches that are carefully tailored to increasing the knowledge base of project management professionals.APM accreditations are also well suited to organisations who are passionate about developing their people and achieving success within their project management function.What is BOK7?BOK stands for Body of Knowledge and the 7th edition is the most recent version, released in 2020. The Body of Knowledge is a fantastic resource which provides the concepts, functions and activities that make up professional project management. It is written by the professional, for the professional.The transition to update from BOK6 to BOK7 is currently underway. You can choose learning and exams for the Project Fundamentals Qualification and Project Management Qualification in either BOK6 or BOK7, options are to the right.Which course is right for me?At Training ByteSize, we offer four levels of APM accreditation for you to choose from.APM ApprenticeshipsA full holistic learning experience for apprentices, designed to provide technical training and awareness of key elements of project management.APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ)The first step for many in their project management journey. Gain an introduction to the basics and essential terminology of project management with the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) Course.APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ)If you’re familiar with project management and are keen to develop your skills within a professional capacity, the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Course is ideal for you.APM Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) CourseFor those with significant experience in project management who wish to achieve Chartered status, we’d recommend the APM Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) Course.If you’re unsure about which course is right for you, please do get in touch and we can suggest the best option based on your experience, objectives and existing knowledge of project management.How does an APM training course work?We offer both individual and group courses, so you can choose the best APM training course to fit your personal needs or organisational requirements.Training can be completed on-site or virtually to ensure the course works around you and your diary. For on-site exams that are paper based we can arrange for an invigilator. If you are taking the exam online you will need to be sure that you have a working webcam.If you complete the APM course successfully you will receive your APM qualification and ultimately work towards the coveted ChPP accreditation.