Women in Project
Management SIG
Stepping Up a Gear in your
Career: RPP and FAPM
Dr. Brendan D’Cruz
RPP Lead Verifier and A...
Why is RPP for Me?
 Registered Project Professional is the standard for
extraordinary project professionals
 Aligned wit...
Initial Review (IR) Stage
 APM will internally review documentation, so please
refer to the RPP Candidate Guidance
 Proj...
Portfolio Assessment (PA) Stage
 Trained RPP assessor reviews the portfolio, up to 6
weeks including quality assurance pr...
Professional Review (PR) Stage
 These happen monthly at various locations (e.g.
Manchester, London, Birmingham, corporate...
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Stepping up a gear in your career: RPP and FAPM

  1. 1. Women in Project Management SIG Stepping Up a Gear in your Career: RPP and FAPM Dr. Brendan D’Cruz RPP Lead Verifier and Assessor Poll
  2. 2. Why is RPP for Me?  Registered Project Professional is the standard for extraordinary project professionals  Aligned with APM’s application for Chartered Status  Over 500 RPPs now on the register, some of whom have progressed via specialist routes such as CPM, FAPM, IPMA level A/B, corporate variants  Designation not a qualification, domain independent, competence and evidence based, gender neutral  Three key assessment stages, takes at least 3 months
  3. 3. Initial Review (IR) Stage  APM will internally review documentation, so please refer to the RPP Candidate Guidance  Project Track Record (PTR) - experience of successfully managing complex projects during the last 8 years, managing others when demonstrating competences  Qualifications, certifications and professional standing  + CPD log must show at least 35 hours in previous 12 months, reflective statements to show value  + Two supporting referees who can verify accuracy of the evidence presented in the portfolio
  4. 4. Portfolio Assessment (PA) Stage  Trained RPP assessor reviews the portfolio, up to 6 weeks including quality assurance processes  Evidence presented in competence statements should be linked to the PTR and show candidate’s specific involvement in demonstrating competences – use the STAR method?  Indicators for two mandatory competences (Leadership, Professionalism & Ethics) and 27 complementary competences, statement needed for knowledge of remaining supplementary competences  Feedback to next stage assessors, or to candidate …
  5. 5. Professional Review (PR) Stage  These happen monthly at various locations (e.g. Manchester, London, Birmingham, corporate venues)  Two qualified RPP assessors, up to 1 hour  Start with “The Talk” (10 minutes) e.g. Five Dimensions of Professionalism and “Why am I RPP?”  Then questioning around mandatory and selected other competences where there are concerns or issues  Recommendation made to APM, feedback to candidate takes 2 to 4 weeks, RPP designate can join the Register of Project Professionals if successful
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