APM  Royal Charter

Association for Project Management is awarded Royal Charter

In the United Kingdom, for nearly 800 years, Royal Charters have been awarded to professional bodies, learned societies and world-class institutions that represent the values of trust, respect and reliability.

In April 2017 the award-winning Association for Project Management (APM) joins this unique group of organisations by becoming the Chartered body for the project profession. It is a significant milestone in the history of the profession enhancing the status and recognition of project management as a means of delivering effective change that improves our economy and society.

What is Chartered status?

Royal Charters are awarded by the Queen to recognise leading organisations in their field. APM  will be launched as a Chartered body in April 2017.

Chartered status will:

  • raise standards through a register of Chartered Project Professionals;
  • raise the status of project management;
  • allow us to collaborate with other professions to develop the project management practice.

Key milestones

Over the coming months, APM will develop the standards and values that will become the benchmark for professional project management through a register of Chartered Project Professionals.


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