The Chartered Project Professional (ChPP) is the pinnacle of the Association for Project Management (APM) suite of project management credentials. Attaining ChPP status demonstrates your technical knowledge, professional practice and ethical behaviour as measured against a defined benchmark. Candidates applying for submission of their application are guided through the process and supported along each step of the application. This support is provided by someone who has been through exactly the same process as you and is ChPP qualified. We only use ChPP qualified experts, providing you with an enhanced understanding of the requirements and the characteristics of an effective submission. Please note: application fees are separate to this support programme and are your own responsibility to pay (see Important Notification below). We will guide you through this payment process. Important: The QA ChPP Application Support Programme is delivered over a period of twelve weeks. Briefly, this comprises:A half-day group launch sessionA 30 minute one-to-one reviewA mock interview session of up to two hours, depending on the applicable application route.Your QA expert undertakes a full review of your complete submission around eight weeks into the programme and supports you in the final two weeks leading to the submission date. You will attend a “mock” interview around two weeks after the submission date. You are committing to:Provide up to four project overviews demonstrating complexity against defined criteriaProvide twelve competence statements demonstrating your competenceComplete your CPD Log indicating at least 35 hours of professional development over the past yearSpend around 42 hours collating, writing and presenting the above data for review and submission to APMThe QA ChPP Application Support Programme is aimed at those who meet the following criteria:You have a track record with demonstrable evidence of delivering projects, programmes, portfolios, or fulfilled a key enabling function to theseYou possess current and up-to-date knowledge of current good practice and methodsYou are actively involved in the project, programme or portfolio professionYou do not need to be an APM member to submit an application.Successfully attaining ChPP status provides numerous benefits to you personally as a candidate, as well as the organisation you represent. Some of these benefits include:Recognition of your capability and professional statusEnhanced credibility amongst your peers and clients alikeA framework for career developmentCompetitive edgeThe use of the post-nominal ChPPEnhanced status in delivering complex projects, programmes or portfolios.QA occupies an enviable position in providing this support programme supported by Consultants with proven track records in all aspects of project, programme and portfolio delivery, as well as having attained ChPP status in their own right.