APM Registered Project Professional (RPP)

Provek has already supported many senior project managers from a number of organisations in achieving the APM Registered Project Professional designation.  Neil Mooney, Provek director, is a registered RPP Assessor and delivers workshops and coaching support to RPP candidates. The APM anticipate that those who hold RPP will have met the competence required for any future Chartered standard.

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What is APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) and who should apply?

APM Registered Project Professional (RPP) is a pan-sector for those able to demonstrate the capabilities of a responsible  leader, who have the ability to manage a complex project and use appropriate tools, processes and techniques.

APM Registered Project Professional is available to anyone with experience of managing others in a complex project environment regardless of their professional background or qualification.

For a more detailed description of the RPP process and Provek's support capability please view this slide show.

Why become an APM Registered Project Professional?

There is a growing recognition of the value that competent and capable project professionals can offer.  APM Registered Project Professional sets people apart through a robust assessment of the APM 5 Dimensions of Professionalism delivering benefits to individuals and organisations.

Benefits to the individual

  • Professional status allowing you to stand out from the crowd.
  • Public  recognition on the APM Register of Project Professionals.
  • Use of the post-nominal RPP, setting you apart in the profession.
  • Instant recognition from employees and clients as a professional with a high level of capability.
  • The opportunity to reflect on your career and achievement through a robust assessment process.

Benefits to the organisation

  • Greater likelihood of project success.
  • Competitive advantage.
  • Enhanced delivery to clients.
  • External recognition of an organisation’s project and programme management capability.
  • Visible investment in staff
  • External recognition of an organisation’s project management community within the organisation.

For more information download a brochure.

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Further information

Click here to request a call back or contact Provek on 01635 524610 or email enquiries@provek.co.uk

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APM granted Charter status

On 12 October 2016, the Privy Council approved an order granting a charter of incorporation to the Association for Project Management (APM).  The APM anticipate that those who hold RPP will have met the competence required for any future Chartered standard.

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