Associate Project Management Standard
The Associate Project Manager apprenticeship is ideal for individuals who are new to Project Management or are experienced leaders who would like to improve their knowledge, skills and behaviours. It is an excellent opportunity to further develop Project Management skills and learn new techniques that can be implemented into their workplace
Candidates should be working within a Project Management related role and directly manage projects within their job role. This qualification will develop Project Managers who have great planning, organisation, leadership, management and communication skills and are able work together in an integrated team.
What you will learn:
Budgeting and cost control
Business case and benefits management
Project risk and issue management
And much more...
Typical job roles for Associate Project Manager Apprenticeships
Assistant project manager
Junior project manager
Project team leader
This apprenticeship is suitable for upskilling your current project management team or attracting new recruits. Candidates must be working within a Project Management related role and manage at least one project when they start the programme.
End-point assessment – What is this?
End-point assessment is a new way of assuring quality in the apprenticeship system. It replaces the existing model of continuous assessment resulting in qualifications.
Once an apprentice has completed their apprenticeship, they will be ‘signed off’ by their employer/ provider as ready for end-point assessment of their knowledge and practical capabilities. In most cases, the assessment will be graded and must show the apprentice is fully competent and productive in the occupation.
End Point Assessment consists of:
Learner Success Stories Hear more from learners who have successfully completed this course in our Project Management Success Stories.
APM Associate Project Manager Qualification Cost
If you choose to study through an apprenticeship, your employer can access up to 95% of the course cost, or pay in full via their apprenticeship levy.
If your employer has a payroll of over £3m per year, they can pay for your course in full using their apprenticeship levy. If they have a payroll of less than £3m per year, they can access government funding for 95% of the course cost. The remaining employer cost to pay per learner is £300.
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