APM – Association for Project Management

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Association for Project Management (APM)[1] is the only chartered body for the project profession, with over 35,000 individual members and more than 450 organisations participating in our Corporate Partnership Programme.

As an educational charity, they are committed to developing and promoting the value of project management in order to deliver improved project outcomes for the benefit of society.

There are a number of ways in which you can benefit from what they do, including membership, qualifications, chartered status, publications and events.

Honorary Fellowship of APM is one of our most prestigious awards, honouring those who have made a significant contribution to the profession. View a list of our Honorary Fellows, and find out how to nominate someone for the award.

APM membership requires adherence to a Code of Professional Conduct where details of the code and the conduct and ethical approach required from members are set out, along with the relevant procedural rules.