Practitioner Qualification

The APM Practitioner Qualification – IPMA Level C

Delivery options

Classroom (In-house or Open Course)


What is the Practitioner Qualification?

The Practitioner Qualification (IPMA Level C) based on a residential assessment and is recognised nationally and internationally through our association with the IPMA (International Project Management Association).

Who is the Practitioner Qualification for?

The Practitioner Qualification is for relatively experienced professionals (project management practitioners) who can demonstrate an ability to manage a non-complex project. You should typically have at least 3 years experience and hold either the APM PMQ qualification or demonstrate a good understanding of the APM Body of Knowledge with relevant Continuing Professional Development.

The course dates below consist of a 1-day Pre Assessment and a 2 1/2 -day Assessment. The start date is the 1 day Pre-Assessment and the end date is the end of the 2 1/2 -day Assessment.

Show the next months in

11 – 11 Sep 2018

16 Oct 2018

17 Oct 2018

18 Oct 2018

Location Dates Price exc. VAT   Status
Manchester UK 11 Sep – 18 Oct 2018 £2,495.00

Manchester UK

11 Sep – 18 Oct 2018

£2,495.00 exc. VAT


Register Now » Available
Register Now » Available
We could not find any future events. This is usually a temporary error. Please try again.

Project Management training course booking

What is assessed?

You will be assessed against 30 criteria and need to demonstrate that you can:

  • Understand project context and the overall business case;
  • Effectively apply project management planning;
  • Apply a risk management process competently to the project;
  • Optimise project plans to respond to a major change;
  • Monitor project progress and take suitable controlling action;
  • Plan and conduct a suitable post project evaluation review;
  • Work effectively as a team member.

How is it assessed?

Qualification is achieved through a two-and-a-half-day assessment focussing on:

Individual work: You will be expected to answer written questions based on a case study and answer a question regarding current issues in project management.

Group work: Working in groups you will be observed discussing and solving problems related to the case study.

Interview: Candidates will be interviewed by their assessors.

What are the benefits?

Becoming a certified APM Project Management Practitioner demonstrates that you have both the technical knowledge, the practical experience and the behavioural attributes necessary to combine these and deliver a successful project.

Course delivery

This course is a two-and-a-half day assessment preceded by a one-day pre-assessment workshop to ensure that you are ready for the next step.

Project Management training courses

If you need a course in a different location or on a different date, please contact sales and marketing on +44 808 168 2020 or email

Contact our business support teams to find out how we can help optimise your project and people performance:


Consulting Team:

Training Team:

Sales and Marketing Team:


+44 (0)808 168 2020

Sitemap | © 20|20 Business Insight 2015. | A Wordpress Website by exSite
PRINCE2® is a registered trade mark of AXELOS Limited. The Swirl logo™ is a trade mark of AXELOS Limited.
The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. | PMI, PMP, CAPM and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
20|20 Business Insight Ltd Registered Office: Whitehall House, 33 Yeaman Shore, Dundee, DD1 4BJ United Kingdom | Company Registration number: SC222955 | Company VAT number: GB809428514