Baachu’s APMP Practitioner Level Orientation Course
Practitioners not only have shown extensive knowledge of best practices, but also have demonstrated against global standards that they can both apply them individually and lead teams in their use. Practitioner candidates often have a leadership role in their organizations.
The Practitioner Certification level is appropriate for experienced proposal professionals with three of more years in profession.
To assist and guide candidates through the process of qualifying, registration and preparing your PPAQ, Baachu has created a short orientation course.
Why not invest in our APMP Practitioner Bitesize course which would provide detailed guidance to registering and passing this level?
About APMP Practitioner Certification
- This certification is designed to assess whether you apply or, have the knowledge to apply best practice process and procedures defined by the APMP Accreditation competency framework.
- Practitioners demonstrate that they can successfully apply best practices in the workplace.
- A review of your experience is recorded against the global standard.
Practitioner Level Certification demonstrates that:
- You are committed in improving your professional skills
- You have mastery over the best practices
- You can build and manage an efficient team
- You can communicate a consistent winning strategy
- You are advancing yourself to the top of your profession
To earn Practitioner Certification you must:
- Be a current APMP member who has achieved APMP-Foundation Level status
- Have a minimum of three years of experience in a bid and proposals environment
- Provide a reference who can verify your experience and support a random check of the evidence in your Proposal Practitioner Assessment Questionnaire (PPAQ)
- Prepare and submit online the PPAQ providing appropriate evidence
- There is no exam for APMP’s Practitioner Level Certification
- It is based on a 35 question Proposal Practitioner Assessment Questionnaire (PPAQ)
- Complete the PPAQ by providing objective evidence from your professional experience to substantiate your application
- A certified assessor evaluates your PPAQ against the Practitioner Standards and Guidelines
- A random check of evidence is done with your reference
- There is no time limit
APMP’s Practitioner Assessment Questionnaire (PPAQ) deals with providing evidence for 30 Practitioner Competency areas and developmental plans regarding yourself and others.
The APMP Competency Framework has 5 Key Competency Areas, these are:
- Information Research and Management
- Sales Orientation