Gain your APM PMQ Certification… even if you are a novice project manager and are clueless about project management!
I know you are busy and that you’re probably already preparing for your APM PMQ Exam with looming deadlines and a multitude of important business tasks to juggle so I will jump straight to the point:
To the uninitiated, successful preparation for the APM PMQ Certification Exam seems to need super-human time management, the mental abilities of a master chess champion, the analytical skills of a SPACEX scientist, and the ability to absorb complex class notes in your hotel the night before your exam!
You’ve worked hard to memorize them – but that darned class book, hundreds of text-dense pages, countless chapter sections and complex diagrams.
Have you already spent several hours reading up and browsing the Internet for a sea of answers?
It feels impossible to cut through the noise and nail it down, doesn’t it?
It’s not sticking is it?
What are you doing wrong?!
It’s so frustrating because you know you should be capable of gaining that prestigious APM PMQ Certification, but there’s one consistent problem: Too much information, the big picture is still fuzzy and you have to sweat the details!
Your boss and work colleges expect you to pass so failing is unimaginable!
Many folks assume since they are experienced project managers – and just turning up for their Exam is a viable option, and if your mission is NOT to pass APM PMQ – then it is hands down, the best way to achieve that.
See, you MAY be an experienced project manager, and you figure you don’t need to crawl all over your class notes or study any additional information available in third-party study guides, handouts, and countless hours crawling and skimming Google… The reason for this failed mission is that the APM PMQ Exam questions are a work of chameleon-like voodoo – they come in many seemingly twisted formats and it is this that requires you to foster an insider’s approach to questions answering.
Imagine – just a few weeks from today, no longer have to worry about that pesky exam…
You can get then back to nurturing your career and professional life …
If you could just be given a chance, learn from an expert you’d quickly see APM PMQ is not so hard and gaining that certification is very doable – and will make a big impact on your career. How would that make YOU feel?
Introducing the refreshed APM PMQ Masterclass from The Projex Academy
Updated for 2021 based on the APM Body of Knowledge 7th Edition
What is in the new APM PMQ 2021 Masterclass?
You get three accompanying Handbooks for each Group, with each Handbook contains APM PMQ Key Learning Area Topics, numerous Module Exercises, and APM PMQ Multi Choice Quiz with answers.
You get EXAM CRAM session summaries (these represent the official syllabus) each containing numerous module exercises. There are no ‘answers’, as these exercises are provided for you to revise the video modules again if you need to.
Each Handbook has its own Module Quiz – with answers provided – so no peeking first!
You get our APM PMQ Official Syllabus plus learning outcomes as an easy reference to track your training progress.
Thirty-Six multiple sample exam practice questions (more than three sample exam papers) including suggested answers.
The Masterclass is delivered in THREE main sections:
- The Initiating a Project Group
- The Planning a Project Group
- The Delivering a Project Group
These three groups deliver the 20 key study areas for the new exam syllabus. The Initiation group contains 34 videos, the planning group contains 34 videos, and the delivery group contains 24 videos.
In addition to these 3 handbooks, the student also gets:
- BONUS VIDEO on the APM PMQ Exam – the exam structure, question types, and marking scheme. No handbook included.
- 36 APM PMQ Exam questions handbook, complete with marking scheme. This represents over three and a half Sample exam papers.
- 16 APM PMQ Exam questions complete with answers.
- APM PMQ Learning Topics handbook as a quick reference/check for the student’s progress.
- BELBIN Self Inventory Checklist handbook (this ties into one of the topics taught in our videos.)
All the above handbooks are available to the student at the start of the APM PMQ Masterclass.