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© Association for Project Management 2011
Topics Context Definition of APM Registered Project Professional High level requirements and process Support resources for applicants Recognition
© Association for Project Management 2011 Why launch APM Registered Project Professional? Lower tolerance of failure, greater demand for transparency and accountability Becoming a chartered body remains top of APM’s agenda RPP is the APM chartered standard in all but name RPP moves project professionalism to a whole new level
© Association for Project Management 2011 Key benefits For society –Confidence that project professionals are independently assessed as competent and accountable For organisations –Competitive advantage through enhanced delivery to clients and greater likelihood of project success For individuals –Enhanced professional status, valued by employers and by clients –An opportunity to benchmark your professional capability against the APM 5 Dimensions
© Association for Project Management 2011 Support for APM Registered Project Professional “Having project professionals within Siemens striving to attain APM Registered Project Professional will contribute immensely to the success of our projects.” Paul Hodgkins, PM@Siemens Programme Executive “RPP is the new gold standard against which true professionals in project management will be measured” Mike Nichols, Chairman and Chief Executive Nichols Group “RPP is a clear demonstration of capability and experience and will help us in our drive to further enhance professionalism across our project management community“ Erik Johannsen, Head of Project Management UK, BAE Systems
© Association for Project Management 2011 Organisations that have contributed to the development of RPP PM Professional Learning
© Association for Project Management 2011 The standard Breadth of understanding as defined by the APM Body of Knowledge Depth of understanding in line with the APM Competence Framework Achievement through professional qualifications and a portfolio of evidence Commitment through continuing professional development Accountability through APM membership and Code of Professional Conduct APM Registered Project Professional recognises those who are able to demonstrate the capabilities of a responsible leader, who have the ability to manage a complex project and use appropriate tools, processes and techniques.
© Association for Project Management 2011 Positioning RPP Professionalism = knowledge + experience + ethics + leadership Senior practitioner / expert Practitioner Foundation Capability level Many Some Few IC APMP PQ Competence = knowledge + experience Knowledge Assessment CPM
© Association for Project Management 2011 The requirements No minimum education or membership requirements Leadership and Professionalism & Ethics Commitment to code of professional conduct and CPD 29 core competences Knowledge and experience 18 complementary competences Knowledge only
© Association for Project Management 2011 The portfolio of evidence Personal information, education and qualifications Project track record (1200 words max) 29 core competence statements (approx. 150 words each) Complementary competence statement Evidence of 35 hours CPD in last 12 months Names of two supporting referees
© Association for Project Management 2011 RPP requirement Demonstrate core competences Demonstrate complementary competences CPD (<12 months) Project track record Professional review Relationship with APM qualifications and memberships Satisfies requirements Partially satisfies requirements IC APMP PQ CPM MAPM FAPM
© Association for Project Management 2011 The process 1 Submit completed portfolio of evidence Pay first stage payment 2 Supporting referees contacted Portfolio of evidence reviewed by APM assessor 3 Invited to professional review Pay second stage payment 4 If successful, join APM Register of Project Professionals 5 Maintain status by remaining APM member (additional fee applies) and ongoing CPD, which may be audited
© Association for Project Management 2011 Support and guidance The APM website (candidate guidance notes, FAQs) Online RPP community for discussion and questions For all - the APM membership services team (phone and email) For organisations - the APM membership development team RPP Champions
© Association for Project Management 2011 Support and guidance Accredited provider Candidates guidance Application form RPP Competences Complexity questionnaire FAQs Introductory video APM Code of Conduct
© Association for Project Management 2011 Recognition Use of post-nominals – RPP MAPM or RPP FAPM Certificate of achievement Logo for exclusive RPP use Public register at APM.org.uk RPP online community Presentations and promotion
© Association for Project Management 2011 My story
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© Association for Project Management 2011
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