The PFQ is a highly regarded and effective entry level qualification.
It provides an ideal starting point for those who are new to project management and are seeking to improve their performance either as a manager or as an effective member of the project team.
It is also a very useful course for more experienced practitioners who are considering progression to the next level with the PMQ, but perhaps have not taken a formal exam for some time and wish to dip their toes in the water with a an introductory course.
No prior experience is required for this course.
The delegates can contact the course tutor during their pre-course preparation and home study periods with any questions they may have.
Ladymead's course notes are fully comprehensive and comprises of a course text book, workshop notes, case studies, mock exam questions and answers, online e-learning videos and other supporting material and references.
We adopt a highly and interactive teaching style which is designed to engage the delegates in practical exercises and discussions.
The delegates are encouraged to relate the syllabus topics directly to their own workplace rather than to treat them as a academic subjects.
Our twin objectives are to add genuine value by assisting the delegates in improving their own performance at work as well as gaining a respected qualification.
Please note that the traditional face to face classroom courses will not be available during the current Covid 19 crisis.
This route provides the quickest way of achieving the qualification.
Delegates attend two consecutive days of practical and interactive virtual online workshops and concludes with a short one hour multiple choice examination taken online.
It provides an ideal starting point for those seeking to improve their performance in managing projects or contributing as a project team member.
Delegates are encouraged to read the course text book before attending the course.
The course is effectively spread over 3 to 4 days including the pre-course work.
This route provides an alternative cost effective way of achieving the qualification without having to spend time away from work.
Delegates study at home at their own pace with access to tutor support and Ladymead's comprehensive course material and online e-learning videos.
This course is only suitable for those who are happy and able to study primarily on their own.
Delegates can upgrade to attend additional workshops (additional charges will apply).
Delegates study at their own pace and typically take between 2 to 6 weeks to complete.
For those who do not pass the PFQ exam at their first attempt we will devise an individual re-sit programme. The amount of further study and workshop attendance required will depend upon the elapsed time and the marks they obtained on original exam and the delegates individual circumstances. Price-on-application.
We specialise in developing bespoke in-house programmes.
The course format, teaching style and duration will be developed to meet the customers requirements, including any additional topics, special emphasis and reference to corporate objectives, culture, policies and procedures.
Please enquire and we will work with you to develop a detailed costed proposal that focusses directly upon your specific requirements.
|Project life cycles||Risk management|
|Projects context||Change control|
|Business case||Configuration management|
|Project management plan||Issue management|
|Leadership||Info management and reporting|
|Stakeholder management||Project reviews|
|Success and benefits||Handover and close out|
One of our key strengths is the high quality of our tutors.
All of tutors hold APM qualifications and have a substantial level of hands on experience at a senior level in project management in addition to their proven expertise in training.
We firmly believe that it is essential that our tutors have a high level of practical experience as well as excellent skills as a trainer and coach.
They are then able to add genuine value to the course by not only helping the delegates to pass their exams but perhaps more importantly to improve their performance at work.