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PPQ Online Classroom

The MSC online learning course aims to develop the approach expected for the assessment criteria - critically evaluate, critically analyse and demonstrate.

The PPQ online webinars are designed for candidates to understand how to approach the assessment questions and to present orally or write answers of the type expected by the examiners.

The PPQ online course fee includes:

  • Our MSC PMQ (BoK7) Study Guide - to give you the required knowledge. It contains:
    • 16 chapters plus additional material for PPQ
  • On-line access to MOODLE learning management system which contains:
    • Introductory video podcast for PMQ ( in MP4 format) to the online course.
    • 36 video podcasts for PMQ to cover the knowledge required by the syllabus - listen to the tutor, see the slides - nearly six and a half hours long.
    • 60 multiple-choice questions for PMQ  in four quizzes each taking 15 minutes.
    • copies of all APM PPQ documentation - syllabus, sample paper, guide for candidates.
    • copies of all slides used in the webinars.

In addition, the included PPQ specific training is as follows:

    • Eight 90-minute sessions going through the syllabus.
    • Two sessions discussing ethics and professionalism, and the case study.
    • Six sessions that cover the role-play scenario assessment, the oral examination and written report; the final two sessions will be a mock exam sticking to the examination timings.
    • Additional webinars/tutorials as required.

Webinars can be online versions of a classroom teaching session; ours that evaluate the case study and sample assessments are not. They employ flipped-learning techniques - delegates analyse the material prior to the webinar; they are then expected to contribute substantially to the discussions.

   Course Dates

Cost: £950 +VAT

Duration: Four days 9.00 to 12.15 and 13.15 to 16.30

Code: PPQOC

22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th April 2024
Online
17th, 18th 24th, 25th June 2024
Online
12th, 13th, 19th, 20th August 2024
Online