Available courses

In this short course, we look at the hints and tips to help you pass the Association for Project Management: Project Management Qualification (APM PMQ). Based on 20 years of experience guiding many thousands of project managers though the APM PMQ, we share the hints and tips to boost you makes in the exam. 

1) How to interpret the questions.

2) How to structure your answers to maximise your marks.

3) How much detail to include.

4) Short cut memory joggers to write high scoring answers.

5) A refresh of the harder topics in the APM PMQ Exam. 

Presented by Paul Naybour this course is ideal for those who have and APM PMQ in the next few days and are seeking expert guidance on how to answer the questions in time.

The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ), is a qualification developed by the Association for Project Management, the chartered body for the project profession. This distance learning course is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge. The PFQ is a practical course for new project managers or members of project teams who want a better understanding of the processes, tools and language of project management, including;

  • Defining the business case
  • Establishing scope
  • Drawing up a plan for project delivery
  • Identifying and managing risk
  • Monitoring and tracking project progress

The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ), is a qualification developed by the Association for Project Management, the chartered body for the project profession. This distance learning course is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge. The PFQ is a practical course for new project managers or members of project teams who want a better understanding of the processes, tools and language of project management, including;

  • Defining the business case
  • Establishing scope
  • Drawing up a plan for project delivery
  • Identifying and managing risk
  • Monitoring and tracking project progress

The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ), is a qualification developed by the Association for Project Management, the chartered body for the project profession. This distance learning course supports your classroom course, and is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge. The PFQ is a practical course for new project managers or members of project teams who want a better understanding of the processes, tools and language of project management. The course looks in detail at;

  • Defining the business case
  • Establishing scope
  • Drawing up a plan for project delivery
  • Identifying and managing risk
  • Monitoring and tracking project progress

The APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is designed for those who see project management as a key part of their role.  It establishes a solid foundation in project management behaviours, skills, processes and tools in any industry. This distance learning course supports your classroom course, and is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge, It will include;

  • Defining the different roles in a project
  • Describing the difference between a project, programme and portfolio
  • Understanding the impact of project context on success
  • Establishing the project lifecycle and its benefits
  • Developing a project business case
  • Preparing a project management plan with the associated baselines
  • Describing the way in which project managers lead and develop teams
  • Describe how to control a project
  • Explain how quality can be managed during project delivery


The APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is designed for those who see project management as a key part of their role.  It establishes a solid foundation in project management behaviours, skills, processes and tools in any industry. This distance learning course supports your 6-week course, and is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge, It will include;

  • Defining the different roles in a project
  • Describing the difference between a project, programme and portfolio
  • Understanding the impact of project context on success
  • Establishing the project lifecycle and its benefits
  • Developing a project business case
  • Preparing a project management plan with the associated baselines
  • Describing the way in which project managers lead and develop teams
  • Describe how to control a project
  • Explain how quality can be managed during project delivery

The APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is designed for those who see project management as a key part of their role.  It establishes a solid foundation in project management behaviours, skills, processes and tools in any industry. This distance learning course supports your classroom course, and is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge, It will include;

  • Defining the different roles in a project
  • Describing the difference between a project, programme and portfolio
  • Understanding the impact of project context on success
  • Establishing the project lifecycle and its benefits
  • Developing a project business case
  • Preparing a project management plan with the associated baselines
  • Describing the way in which project managers lead and develop teams
  • Describe how to control a project
  • Explain how quality can be managed during project delivery

The APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is designed for those who see project management as a key part of their role.  It establishes a solid foundation in project management behaviours, skills, processes and tools in any industry. This distance learning course is based on the new, revised 7th edition of the Body of Knowledge, and will include;

  • Defining the different roles in a project
  • Describing the difference between a project, programme and portfolio
  • Understanding the impact of project context on success
  • Establishing the project lifecycle and its benefits
  • Developing a project business case
  • Preparing a project management plan with the associated baselines
  • Describing the way in which project managers lead and develop teams
  • Describe how to control a project
  • Explain how quality can be managed during project delivery

The APM ChPP standard is the ‘gold standard’ for project management worldwide. It is intended for those who wish to demonstrate their competent leadership and an ability to successfully manage highly complex projects, programmes and portfolios.(CPD).

Parallel Project Training delivers these workshops as an extended programme of virtual classroom and remote coaching that prepares candidates for the APM ChPP application.

The APM ChPP standard is the ‘gold standard’ for project management worldwide. It is intended for those who wish to demonstrate their competent leadership and an ability to successfully manage highly complex projects, programmes and portfolios.(CPD).

Parallel Project Training delivers these workshops as an extended programme of virtual classroom and remote coaching that prepares candidates for the APM ChPP application.

The Project Professional Qualification  is an examination based qualification that assesses your capability in delivering professional projects.

The APM Project Professional Qualification 2nd edition assesses capability in delivering projects and is APM’s most comprehensive assessment of professional project management capability, covering the core and specific competencies required across all areas of project management.



This is a course designed specifically for those people working on EBRD Technical Cooperation (TC) projects. It is based on the TC practice guide. It will evolve and develop as more information becomes available.