What is it?
The Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) Group mentoring programme is designed to support you through your ChPP application submission, helping you to evidencing your experience and complete all submission documentation.
Who is it for?
ChPP Mentoring is for those experienced project managers who wish to apply for their APM Chartered Professional Qualification via Route 3, the experiential write-up route.
We provide weekly mentoring calls on Zoom. These are a mix of seminars and Q&As that support you through the completion of your written submission and help you plan your preparation for your interview.
How does it work?
- Weekly Zoom calls in which we share a structure and process that will give you the tools to write up your project experience and evidence your competencies to the standard required for the ChPP award. We support you through the process of drafting and editing your submission and provide a seminar on how to prepare for your interview
- We provide you with materials, tools and templates to support you, and all calls are recorded for future reference
- We give you access to all the materials via our ExtraordinaryPM Hub which also enables you to connect directly with others on the mentoring programme and also to have access to other interesting project management information curated for our Hub members.
When are the next course dates?
We offer mentoring programmes on a regular basis and coincide our dates with the APM’s submission deadlines. Please contact us using the link below to find out when our next course is due to start.
How much does it cost?
£970 plus VAT. Discounts are available for self funded applicants.
Take a look at our ChPP Mentoring Programme brochure, testimonials and course outline here
On the theme of celebrating success, we would like to say well done to our recent Chartered Project Professional Mentoring Programme cohort!
We spoke with one of the Tribe, Nicola Harrison (who we are delighted to say also achieved her Chartership this month!!), about her recent experience. Here’s what she said about it all:
“At the start of the submission, I really did not think I would or could possibly provide sufficient examples of competencies. But after sitting and reflecting, taking time to really review what I have achieved, what I have contributed to and what I have delivered, I realised I had actually done some really great stuff over the years!
I stretched myself to provide examples of 4 projects that demonstrated my skills (I could have just done two but I really wanted to prove myself) but this qualification really shows that you know what you are talking about and so I wanted to take seriously and do the best I could.
The 5,000-word submission and 2-hour interview were incredibly hard work and also a bit daunting but the feedback I received was amazing! I was told that if they could have award the chartership just on enthusiasm, I would have passed right there and then!
It has also helped to banish those imposter doubts away. It’s aways good to keep to and a record of all your own achievements and successes – it allows you to keep it front of mind and easy access if you ever need a reminder or boost!”