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APM PFQ Training Courses

The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) is an excellent entry-level qualification in project management; it uses the new syllabus aligned to the APM Body of Knowledge v7 (2019). The PFQ is available in three versions each including the online examination:

  • two-day classroom-based courses (currently suspended),
  • online webinar training.
  • distance learning - online less the webinars.  

All delegates may access via MOODLE the 23 video podcasts that accompany the course.

  APM PFQ Courses

PFQ On-line Training

This version of the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification is based on BoK7 and the 2020 syllabus. The fee of £499 + VAT (reduced to £399 + VAT until 30 September) includes the APM fees for the online examination and proctoring, the MSC Study Guide, 23 Video Podcasts and eight 75-minute webinars.

 

PFQ Distance Learning

PFQ Distance Learning

This version of the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification is for those who prefer to study the course materials on their own.  The fee of £299 + VAT includes the APM fees for proctoring and the examination, an MSC Study Guide and access to 23 Video Podcasts.

 

PFQ Classroom - SUSPENDED

Project Management Introduction

The APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) offers an insight into this exciting and challenging discipline. The two-day APM course is scheduled in Westminster, London.  It finishes with the one-hour multiple-choice on-line examination. Cost is only £649 + VAT (including APM exam fee).

 

PFQ Online exam only

APM is no longer holding open examinations for the PFQ. So we offer the exam only - no training - for £203.00 + VAT for exams held up to 31 December 2020.

 
 

  Future Open PFQ Courses

Houses of Parliament Westminster

Online webinar training is held normally every two weeks ; the next is on: 28 September to 1 October.

They will continue on weeks starting 12 and 26 October, 9 and 23 November and 7 December.

The training lasts for four mornings from 09.15 to 12.00.

PFQ online examinations will normally be held on Monday mornings after completion of the training; however the examination can be deferred for multiples of two weeks if necessary.

Delegates should register for one of the training periods; then let us know which examination they wish to take.

If delegates miss a session, they may delay completion of the four mornings by attending a later session or view a recording of the session.

When social distancing measures are relaxed sufficiently by the Government, the MSC intends to restart classroom courses held in Westminster, London. Until that time, we will continue the full programme of online courses.