For a project to succeed it needs to be well-managed. Key responsibilities of Associate Project Managers often include managing resources, managing a team, planning and reporting, problem solving and building relationships.
With this Apprenticeship you will develop skills in change management, stakeholder management, scoping, issues and risk management, contract procurement and management and
Typical Job Roles: Assistant project manager, Junior project manager, Project team leader
Blended classroom & online
For Associate Project Manager Level 4 the individual employer will decide whether an employee is suitable for the programme. There is no standardised eligibility criteria.
Level 4 competency.
On completion, apprentices may choose to register as Full Members with the Association for Project Management (APM) to support their professional career development and progression.
To successfully complete the apprenticeship, the learner needs to pass an independent End Point Assessment which consists of three distinct assessment methods:
|Assessment Method||Area Assessed||Weighting|
|Multiple Choice Exam||Knowledge||10%|
|Project portfolio – collection||Knowledge, skills and behaviours||60%|
|Presentation and professional discussion referencing the written evidence log completed during the Apprenticeship||Knowledge, skills and behaviours||30%|
My role as an analyst hasn’t typically included aspects of project management, but the new skill-set has allowed me to work in conjunction with the project management team at the trust and will help me identify new applications for the data I am analysing on a day-to-day basis.
Salma Abadi, Cancer Information Analyst, RM Partners
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