Developing the next generation of Project Managers
Do you want to support your employees to become qualified project management professionals, delivering projects with efficiency, within budget and on time? If so, the Associate Project Manager Apprenticeship (Level 4) is designed to help you to do just that.
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Apprenticeship Delivery – Blended approach
Classroom, webinar, face-to-face, Skype, telephone and online learning
End of Course Qualifications
APM Project Management Qualification (IPMA Level D, SCQF Level 7) and Functional Skills Level 2 in English and Maths (if required)
Consisting of a presentation and a professional discussion, both supported by a portfolio of evidence
The apprenticeship journey
1. 18 months on programme - a period of teaching and learning to help your apprentice develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours, supporting them to be ready for end-point assessment.
2. Gateway – the time at the end of the 18 months when you, your Training Provider and your apprentice review the on-programme journey and determine if your apprentice is ready for the on-programme assessment. For the Associate Project Manager Standard you will need to have:
• Achieved the APM Project Management Qualification
• Achieved Level 2 Literacy and Numeracy
• Developed an on-programme Portfolio evidencing their Project Management knowledge, skills and behaviours
3. End-Point Assessment – carried out by an independent end-point assessment organisation they will need to demonstrate the required knowledge, skills and behaviours through a presentation and a professional discussion (both supported by a portfolio of evidence).