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  • London is one of the most exciting and diverse cities in the world – and policing it is no easy task

    • 12 May 2021

    It takes a huge number of people from all sorts of different backgrounds with a wide range of skills and experience. Do you have what it takes to be one of them? Find out if a career with the Met is what you’re looking for and what kind of challenges; experiences and rewards you could have in store.

  • Let’s connect millions

    • 26 Jan 2021

    Project Managers HS2 is an unparalleled feat of modern engineering and conservation. A catalyst for growth and a driver of change, HS2 will link 30 million people across Britain and invigorate our connectivity, capacity and economy for decades to come.

  • Virtual Project Management Internships

    • 7 Jul 2020

    COVID-19 and the recovery presents many challenges for the Project Management job market.


    • 5 May 2020

    Our annual APM Salary and Market Trends Survey, conducted by global research company YouGov, tracks project manager salary levels across a range of sectors and offers an insight into the trends that will shape the years to come.

  • BAE Systems Tour of Britain 2018

    • 29 Aug 2018

    BAE Systems is delighted to sponsor stage 6 of the Tour of Britain – a prestigious national sporting event, taking place in the heart of Barrow on Friday, September 7.

  • How to attract the best graduates?

    • 6 Mar 2018

    It won’t be long and the summer of 2018 will be upon us...

  • Which project management qualification is right for me?

    • 4 Jan 2018
    • Paul Naybour

    We all know that project managers need many skills to be able to do their job effectively. Not just the technical skills that enable us to monitor and control a complex set of inter-dependent tasks, or skills that help us manage often very large budgets, but also those skills that help us motivate and enthuse team members, communicate effectively with senior executives and handle with diplomacy the business politics surrounding major organisational change.

  • Returning to work after a career break: Economic benefits of hiring professionals back into the workplace

    • 28 Dec 2017

    Some of the key barriers to women returning to work historically have been due to negative perceptions by employers and recruiters of a CV gap. Highly skilled and highly experienced senior women have often been written off because of a perception around loss of skills and lack of perceived value.

  • What do tomorrow’s engineers look like? Meet Rising Star, Liz Rawlinson

    • 21 Dec 2017
    • Charles Orton-Jones

    Liz Rawlinson, who has an MEng in civil engineering, University of Bristol and is a Chartered member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and was nominated for Young Project Professional of the Year, APM Project Management Awards 2016 and currently works for Skanska as a site agent. Charles Orton-Jones interviewed her for Project.

  • How to become a project manager

    • 20 Dec 2017

    Do you know someone that is thinking about a career as a project professional but not sure where to begin?

  • Career progression: planning your professional development

    • 14 Dec 2017
    • Valentina Lorenzon

    I was recently asked advice on which, in my experience, would be the most suitable professional development path within the project management industry. Depending on the background, role and industry of the person asking, this question could obviously be answered in different ways but what they will all involve on-going learning and training.

  • Career challenges: How to raise your profile for promotion

    • 12 Dec 2017

    Lucy Finney sets out her five steps on how you can raise your profile for promotion in her recent blog. Lucy has over 25 years experience in business and has a proven track record in learning and development solutions.

  • Women returners: Discover UK Returning Talent programmes

    • 8 Dec 2017

    As a female professional who may have been out of the industry for some time due to maternity or study leave, it may be intimidating to venture back into full time employment.

  • More change in the world of project management

    • 22 Aug 2017

    We're all delighted that the APM has been granted a Royal Charter and that the project management profession can now be recognised on the same level as, say, a chartered accountant or a chartered engineer, with all the discipline and rigour such accreditation entails.

  • Are transferable skills more important than specialist expertise?

    • 18 Aug 2017

    The role of formal project management methodologies is becoming increasingly important outside its traditional industries, namely IT, engineering and the public sector.

  • Project Manager profile - Natalie Deane

    • 18 Aug 2017

    Name: Natalie Deane Job Title: Project Engineer (Traineer PM) Company: Cavendish Nuclear

  • Young project professionals podcast

    • 2 Aug 2017

    The Planning, Monitoring and Control SIG presents a podcast hosted by Simon Taylor who chats to a group of project management apprentices.

  • Project management processes and phases

    • 2 Aug 2017

    This article looks at the fundamentals of project management for anyone new to the profession or those considering entering it. Here I look at project processes and phases that are integral to managing a project successfully.

  • Making the jump from project coordinator to project manager

    • 27 Jul 2017

    Are you a project coordinator and, if so, are you able to make the jump to project manager?

  • What are common project management roles?

    • 27 Jul 2017

    There is a continually growing market for project management skills, for several reasons.