Project Management professionals who are Praxis Practitioner certified can now apply to become a Praxis Framework Professional and then a short interview is needed to become an APM Chartered Project Professional.
APM Chartered Professionals are globally recognised as having the experience to adapt and apply complex project and programme management functions and processes, and deliver to an exceptional standard. To attain ChPP status project professionals must be able to demonstrate proven capability in Project Delivery over five years, a commitment to professional ethics; and commitment to continuing professional development.
“APM’s ChPP has established itself as the ‘must have’ professional qualification for the PPM professional. APM’s recognition of the quality and thoroughness of the Praxis Framework Professional is a great accolade. The only other third party certifications to be accredited for Route 2 are Australian Institute of Project Management and in-house development programmes. The accreditation of the Praxis Framework Professional means this route is now open to a wider community of practitioners,” says Richard Pharro, CEO APMG International.
“The resources to study for Praxis Framework Foundation and Practitioner certifications can be accessed online at no cost. There are no text books to purchase, professionals can develop their own self-study plan or choose the support of a training provider with a high quality focused training programme. The website is available in seven languages which supports professionals around the globe in their journey to becoming a Chartered Project Professional, ” says Richard Pharro, CEO APMG International.
If you are already a Praxis Framework Practitioner and would like to find out more about becoming a Chartered Project Professional please contact your training provider.