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Government is serious about project management

David Ackland

David Ackland, Head of the PPM Profession at the Home Office, emphasises the importance of monitoring projects and engaging the client. During an interview at the APM Project Management Conference in October David describes the role of the Major Projects Authority, a body set up by the Government to monitor …

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APM to celebrate its 40th anniversary

APM turns 40

To mark APM’s 40th anniversary there will be a series of events and activities throughout 2012 to celebrate reaching such a significant milestone including a special edition of Project magazine and Honorary Fellow announcements. This momentous year will also see a revamp of the APM Conference and Awards as the …

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APMP for 100% of project managers at BAA Heathrow

Julian Foster, programme Directory at BAA, has hopes all the project managers at Heathrow  will hold an APMP qualification by the end of the year.  “The percentage of our staff that I see having APMP by the end of this year should be 100% of our project managers,” said Julian. In …

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APM and CFA to help develop project managers of the future

Higher Apprenticeship

CFA and the Association for Project Management (APM) have been successful in their bid for funding to develop a Higher Apprenticeship in project management. The aim is to create 775 higher apprenticeships in project management by 2016, with the support of a fund of nearly £800,000. This represents part of …

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