Associate project manager (level 4)
Managing project work and teams for businesses and other organisations.
- Qualification level
Equivalent to higher national certificate (HNC).
- Typical duration
- 24 months
- Apprenticeship category
- Business and administration
- Maximum funding
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
- Also known as
- assistant project manager
- junior project manager
- project team leader
Skills an apprentice will learn
- Project governance - Project monitoring and reporting cycle to track, assess and interpret performance by the application of monitoring techniques to analyse status and manage information.
- Stakeholder and communications management - Manage stakeholders, taking account of their levels of influence and particular interests. Manage conflicts and negotiations. Communicate to a variety of different audiences. Contribute to negotiations relating to project objectives.
- Budgeting and cost control - Develop and agree project budgets, monitor forecast and actual costs against them and control changes. Support funding submissions. Tracking systems for actual costs, accruals and committed costs; structures for alternative cost breakdowns.
- Business case - Contribute to the preparation or maintenance of a business case including achieving required outcomes.
- Scope management - Determine, control and manage changes to the scope of a project, including assumptions, dependencies and constraints.
- Consolidated planning - Consolidate and document the fundamental components of projects. Monitor progress against the consolidated plan and refine as appropriate, implementing the change control process where relevant.
- Schedule management - Prepare and maintain schedules for activities aligned to project delivery.
- Risk, and issue management - Identify and monitor project risk or opportunity, plan and implement responses to them, contribute to a risk management plan. Respond to and manage issues within a defined governance structure.
- Contract management and procurement - Facilitate a procurement process, contribute to the definition of contractual agreements and contribute to managing a contract.
- Quality management - Develop a quality management plan, manage project assurance, and contribute to peer reviews. Utilise an organisation’s continual improvement process including lessons learned.
- Resource management - Develop resource management plans for project activities, acquire and manage resources including commitment acceptance, monitor progress against plans.
Full information on Associate project manager (level 4) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.
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