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Association of Proposal Management Professionals(APMP) Accreditation program offers the worldwide recognised professional qualification. It is designed mainly for delegates working in new business acquirement and proposal support.

APMP is the finest and industry-recognised certification program for professionals working in a bid and proposal environment.  This certification is of global standards for developing and authenticating capability of proposal management.

Who should take this course

  • Project managers
  • Anybody interested in Project Management


No prerequisites are mandatory to attend this course.


What Will You Learn

  • Consider and apply appropriate conflict management and negotiating techniques
  • Disparage the project context and actively manage the project stakeholders
  • Use critical path analysis techniques and manage resource conflicts
  • Contribute to the development of the business case
  • Selecting and applying disparage project monitoring and control methods
  • Use a systematic approach to analysing and planning a project
  • Applying work breakdown structures and map responsibilities
  • Appreciating business methods and lifecycle models for projects and project management
  • Differentiate between project management and program/portfolio management
  • Explaining the purpose of a business case and the significance of it during the project life cycle
  • Defining and scope a project and Know the context for projects in the Portfolio, Programme and Project environments
  • Appreciate the context and relevance of project change control processes
  • Recognising the importance of developing effective leadership skills and communication techniques
  • Preparing for the PMQ/APMP examination
  • Understand and explain the necessary people skills appropriate for effective project management
  • Explain the principles of project management
  • Explaining the role and key responsibilities of the Project Manager
  • Defining a project life cycle and associated phases
  • Defining quality management
  • Describing project management methods
  • Implement the principles of governance of Project Management
  • Describing the key contents and benefits of a stakeholder management plan
  • Understand typical leadership potentials and the effect of leadership on team motivation and performance
  • Appreciate process of business and lifecycle models for projects and project management
  • Use of systematic approach to analysing and planning a project
  • Contribute to the development of the business case
  • Select and apply appropriate project monitoring and control methods
  • Appreciate the context and relevance of project change control processes
  • Recognise the significance of developing effective leadership skills and communication techniques
  • Have an in-depth knowledge of Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP)
  • Gaining the skills to build and maintain a new business acquisition cycle
  • Have knowledge of project management plan
  • Gain the skills to promote the professionalism in a project environment
  • Defining scope regarding outputs, outcomes, and benefits
  • Apply work breakdown structures and map responsibilities
  • Consider and use appropriate conflict management and negotiating techniques
  • Appreciating the context of project and actively manage the project stakeholders
  • Use critical path analysis techniques and manage resource conflicts
  • Explaining the process of building and maintaining a schedule
  • List each stage in the risk management process

What's included

  Course Overview

This APM accredited APM Introductory Certificate (PMQ) course is for delegates looking to gain required knowledge and skills. This training course will help delegates to gain professional qualifications related to project management. APMP Certificate is for those working in a Project Management focused environments looking to gain new attributes.

Exam Duration: 3 Hours

  • Closed-book
  • Out of 16 questions, ten essay-type questions to be answered. Each question is of 50 marks.
  • The passing marks in the exam are 275 out of 500 (55%).

  Course Content


  • Project Lifecycle
  • Project Management Approach
  • Project Context
  • Project Organisation Structure
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Project Reporting and Reviews
  • Business Case
  • Project Management Plan
  • Understand Methods and Procedures
  • Risks & Issues
  • Detailed Planning
  • Networks
  • Critical Path Analysis
  • Gantt chart
  • Introduction to Program Management
  • People Management and Teams
  • Documentation
  • Change/Configuration Management
  • Quality
  • Monitoring and Control
  • Breakdown Structures
  • Conclusion
  • Detailed Planning
  • Project Management Plan
  • Methods and Procedures
  • Risks
  • Handover
  • Closeout
  • Benefit Realization
  • Program Management
  • Understand Team Management

Development Stage

  • An Overview of Project control
  • Manage reports and information
  • Manage Risk and issue
  • Understanding Health and Safety
  • An overview of Quality Management
  • Recognise configuration management and Change control

Interpersonal Skills

  • Communication
  • Conflict management
  • Delegation
  • Leadership
  • Negotiation
  • Teamwork

Integrative Management

  • Business case
  • Control
  • Know Information Management
  • Organisation
  • Define Planning
  • Stakeholder management

Financial and Cost Management

  • Budgeting and cost control
  • Investment appraisal

Scope Management

  • Benefits Management and Change control
  • Configuration  and requirement management
  • Schedule Management
  • Scheduling of resources
  • Time scheduling


  • Differentiate operational and project work
  • Program and Portfolio Management
  • Understand roles in Project team
  • Explain governance of a project during its life cycle

Concept Stage

  • Classify and handling stakeholders
  • Generating a business case
  • Measure project success and profits
  • Obtain resources and contract management

Definition Stage

  • Requirements and scope management
  • Planning and resource management
  • Plan and cost management

Managing the Team

  • An Introduction to Communication and Conflict Management
  • Build and lead the team

Project Handover and Closure

  • Discuss Project handover
  • Understand Project reviews

APM PMQ Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
APM PMQ 5 Days Oxford

About Oxford

Oxford is a city located in South East region of England and county town of Oxford-shire. In 2015, it had a population of 168,270 that makes it 52nd the largest town in the United Kingdom. Oxford is one of the fastest growing and diverse city. From London, Oxford is situated at 57 miles, 69 miles from Bristol, 62 miles from both Birmingham and Southampton and 25 miles from Reading.

It is a home of the University of Oxford that is the oldest university in the English-Speaking world. Oxford is also known as ‘City of Dreaming Spires’, and poet Matthew Arnold invented this term. Oxford has a wide economic base. Various industries in Oxford include education, publishing, motor manufacturing, science-based businesses, academic offshoots and various information technology.


The first cinema in Oxford was established in 1910. Christchurch Memorial Gardens was laid out in 1926. In 1913 fate of Oxford changed when a man named Morris began making cars in the city. In 1919 radiator making company was developed and in 1928 pressed steel company that made car bodies. Oxford was prosperous city and important manufacturing center. In 1929 boundaries of the city was extended to include Summertown, Wolvercote, Headington, Cowley and Iffley. Oxford police station was established in 1936, and 1930’s various new houses were built in Cowley, North Hincksey and Botley. Museum of History of Science was opened in 1924, and Hincksey Park was opened in 1934. In 1953 St Clares College was opened and in 1965 Cowley Shopping Centre opened. Gallery of Modern Art in Oxford was opened in 1966 and College of Further Education was established in 1972. Meanwhile, Roger Bannister became the first person to run a mile in less than 4 minutes at Oxford.

Today major industries in Oxford are car manufacturing, making vehicle parts and publishing. There is a biotech industry in Oxford. In 2006 Oxford Castle opened to the public and now the population is 151,000.

More about Oxford City

Oxford also called ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ is famous for its place in history and the University. For around 800 years, it has been home to various scholars and royalties. Nowadays city has become a cosmopolitan town. With the home to ancient university, it is also growing in information technology. Various businesses are located in and around the city. Oxford is a perfect mix of old and modern and plenty of tourists visit here. They visit many historic buildings, museums, colleges, going out for meal or drink, watching the show or doing shopping, Oxford contain everything.

Whether visiting for pleasure or business in Oxford, you will find a broad range of hotels, apartments, accommodation and self-catering services. Oxford is little away from various other attractions and capital city, London.