Project Management Exam Success

Ben Pickersgill and Catherine Blain have recently passed the Association of Project Managers (APM) Project Management Qualification. Despite neither having sat a formal written exam in at least 10 years, they both managed to pass the course first time.

The PMQ Qualification is a knowledge-based qualification developed by the APM, the chartered body for the project profession, that allows candidates to demonstrate knowledge of all elements of project management.

As part of the exam process they both had to demonstrate how the various elements that make up project management interact and how projects fit into a strategic and commercial environment.

The PMQ is an internationally recognized qualification which Catherine and Ben will be putting to use with both existing and new clients. Catherine has been leading on programmes of work in a project management role for several years with one of our key clients, covering all parts of the United Kingdom. Watson Batty also project manage individual projects, recently working on a complicated phased major industrial site redevelopment in Leeds.

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