The APM PMQ Blended Learning course content is as follows:
- Online learning sessions covering a specific topic or group of related topics;
- At the end of most online sessions, there is a thorough review within the workbook covering the main points as revision, adding further information which will be useful;
- ‘Pauses for thought’ – to develop the ‘thinking process’ required for the PMQ examination. You will be asked to consider topics and their importance and relationships with other elements of project management. We will offer our thoughts to allow you to compare your thoughts with ours;
- An examination briefing – to let you know what is expected of you on the final day;
- Selected practice examination questions and answers. We will pose typical examination questions for you to answer along with suggested possible answers. We cannot over-stress the importance of actually writing out your answers. You will be able to compare your answers with ours to see how things are going. Please note that your answers and ours do not need to match exactly, but they should be similar;
- You will then join the other delegates in a virtual classroom setting for 1.5 days. The first day is incredibly intensive and will cover topics not included in the e-learning as they are better covered in the classroom environment. The second day will start with examination preparation in the morning, and if you wish you can take your APM PMQ examination in the afternoon or another time convenient to you.
What is the structure of the APM PMQ BOK7 exam?
- 3 hours duration, including reading time.
- Candidates will be given up to an additional 5 minutes at the end of the exam to collate their papers
- Contains 16 questions – candidates are required to answer 10 questions
- Each complete question carries equal marks (50 marks per question) and it is assumed equal time will be spent on each question
- If you are attending a class, then the APM Project Management Qualification exam will usually run as part of the course
- An online APM PMQ exam is now available
APM PMQ free resources
The following resources may be helpful when thinking about this APM PMQ Blended Learning course:
- APM PMQ: an in-depth introduction to our most popular course
- APM BOK6 vs APM BOK7: what are the changes?
- Advantages of an APM project management qualification within your organisation
- APM PMQ Exam Tips Webinar
- How to guide: taking your APM PMQ online exam
- 10 top tips to study online
- What is the APM Competence Framework?
- APM PMQ BOK7 syllabus
- APM PMQ BOK7 candidate guidance
- APM PMQ BOK7 exam techniques
- APM PMQ BOK7 sample questions
- APM PMQ BOK7 sample exam paper