Interested in getting the letters MAPM after your name?
Look no further because we will also be discussing that for today’s session. Even the requirements and all the necessary information that you need to know.
Sorrel’s PMTimes brings you the second of a series of podcasts to look into UK’s current project management scene and together let’s discover how to become an exceptional project manager. Join me as I tackle the 10 competencies that Project Managers need to provide in order to become a chartered PM.
In this session we have Matthew Henry from ARUP
In 2007 Matthew admitted not knowing much about project management, and like many of us he had to learn it on the fly.. He got into a 2-day workshop and his career in the project management world flourished from there.
Matthew then went through the Introductory Certificate in Project Management which is now called the Project Management Fundamentals Qualification. He also took and passed what was then called APMP Level D and now known as (PMQ) Project Management Qualification).
Matthew has experience in scientific research. His top tip is: to really understand the most important facts and discover what problem the client is seeking to solve. From there build up a project plan into small phases,then working your way to bigger tasks to accomplish the project. As long as you know the big picture and all the information you're on your way to a successful research project.
We also shared our journey to getting the letters MAPM after our names. This is easier than it looks. Hear us talk about our experiences applying and the requirements, how you can earn those letters after your name and how to do succeed with your application. Goodluck!
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