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The APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) is a pan-sector competence standard in project management. Successful candidates are included on the publicly available APM Register of Project professionals.
APM Registered Project Professionals will be able to demonstrate the capabilities of a responsible leader, have the ability to manage a complex project and use appropriate tools,processes and techniques.
Professionalism is defined through the APM Five Dimensions of Professionalism:
- Breadth of understanding as defined by the APM Body of Knowledge.
- Depth of ability in line with the APM Competence Framework.
- Achievement through professional qualifications and a portfolio of evidence.
- Commitment through Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
- Accountability through APM membership and the APM Code of Professional Conduct.
The assessment for the Registered Project Professional has two parts:
- A portfolio of evidence – to demonstrate competence across 29 core and 18 complementary project management competences, which is to be accompanied by your CPD log.
- A professional review– an interview with two peer APM Registered Project Professional assessors.