Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) Accreditation Programme – Mentored Programme

  • Online competence self-assessment and personal report utilising the APM’s Competence Framework measured against the ChPP requirements
  • 1-2-1 phone call experience review with one of our specialist ChPP Mentors, review your self-assessment and best experience for your application
  • 2 x eLearning modules to enable you to understand the ChPP standard and the written application process
  • One day workshop virtually, which are divided into two parts which are mandatory for the delegate to attend, if they want to join a particular group.
  • 1-2-1 ChPP Mentor review of your initial draft application, followed by a phone call review session to build confidence in your approach
  • Online clinic to support small groups continue their application journey and to share experiences and gain additional insights and troubleshooting
  • 1-2-1 ChPP Mentor review of your full written application, followed by a phone call review to ensure your application is in the best shape for submission
  • 11 x eLearning modules to support your preparation for the interview stage, including technical knowledge modules for each of the 10 x mandatory competences
  • ½ day face-to-face workshop with a ChPP Mentor and two other applicants, to prepare for the interview and practice interview techniques

Workshop Dates

Group 14 dates
• Part A – Thursday 24th March – 0900 – 1230
• Part B – Monday 28th March – 1400 – 1700
Note selecting Part A below will automatically enrol you in Part B also.

The Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) standard is a professional benchmark that demonstrates attainment of a defined level of technical knowledge, professional practice and ethical behaviour. It forms the basis of the assessment that applicants must pass to gain ChPP status and inclusion on the Register of Chartered Project Professionals.

Chartership Eligibility Requirements

Open to those who have managed at least one complex project, programme or portfolio, or who have managed a key control function or a PMO in a complex projects environment.

Able to demonstrate both professional practice and advanced technical knowledge in 10 mandatory competence areas plus at least 2 further elective competence areas. Applicants must demonstrate understanding of professionalism and ethics, have undertaken at least 35 hours of relevant Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the last 12 months and provide two proposers to validate your application.

Not sure if you’re ready? Complete our Readiness Checker.