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About this event / webinar

Join us on this webinar to find out more about the newest route to APM Chartered Professional, the PMI Project Management Professional! We are joined by Emily Long, the Head of Professional Standards at the APM, who will share details about the newest route that has opened up for project management professionals to become Chartered across the world.

Emily will explain the Chartership Standard, how this route can support your professionalism journey, and your first steps if you already have the PMI PMP.

Event Agenda

  • Learn what it means for your development path

  • Understand the impact Chartership can have on your career

  • Identify next steps

Who should attend?

Project management professionals who have achieved or are looking to achieve their PMP qualification with PMI and want to understand how this global certification can lead to Chartership with the APM.

Meet the speakers

Emily Long - Head of Professional Standards, APM

Emily Long

Emily Long is the Head of Professional Standards at the Association for Project Management. A dynamic, successful Operations Leader with a background in the professional education industry. Proven ability to grow membership numbers, build teams, introduce, improve and streamline processes and lead innovative, strategic projects.

Emma Arnaz-Pemberton - Director of Consulting Services

Emma Arnaz-Pemberton

Emma is the Director of Consulting Services at Wellingtone. A Fellow of the Association for Project Management, a member of PMI UK and Spain Chapters, and an Axelos P3M3 Assessor, Emma is a PMO, Project, Programme and Portfolio specialist with extensive experience in the change management industry and a particular focus on collaboration, reminding us that we should be human first and change champions second.

She is extensively involved with several organisations, notably the Association for Project Management, Project Management Institute, Project Management Without Borders, International Project Management Association, Project Managers Against Poverty, and PM4Change.