The Association for Project Management (APM) has announced the publication of details of itsw chartered standard; the professional benchmark that demonstrates a defined level of technical knowledge, professional practice and ethical behaviour required to become a Chartered Project Professional (ChPP).
The chartered standard is published following an extensive and successful consultation from July-September 2017, which saw over 70% of respondents indicating their support and recognition of the standard.
Feedback during the consultation has contributed to modifications to the original proposals, ensuring that the chartered standard is robust and inclusive.
Drawn from the APM Competence Framework, ChPP will recognise the diverse paths individuals may have taken to achieving the standard. There will be three distinct routes;
Route one: For project professionals who have a recognised assessment for technical knowledge
Route two: For project professionals who have a recognised assessment for technical knowledge and professional practice
Route three: An experiential route for project professionals who do not have a recognised assessment, but do meet the eligibility requirements