Education and Accreditation
Charlie Divine APMP Certification Scholarship
APMP is thrilled to announce the inaugural Charlie Divine APMP Certification Scholarship, and we hope you'll be among the first to apply.
Each year, one scholarship will be awarded in every APMP chapter to a member in good standing.
The scholarship will cover the exam fee only for the certification of your choice (dependent upon eligibility). Any additional travel, training fees, training materials or other expenses will be the responsibility of the scholarship recipient.
Note that anyone from your chapter is eligible to apply for the scholarship, and awards are available for all three levels of APMP certification - Foundation, Practitioner, and Professional.
This year, the deadline to receive applications is Friday, November 16.
We will announce recipients in the spring of 2019.
Good luck! We look forward to receiving your application.
APMP Accreditation & Body of Knowledge
Enhance Your Professional Growth
Currently over 3,000 APMP members are accredited at one of three levels: Foundation, Practitioner, or Professional. How about you? Are you ready to become recognized as a qualified individual in the industry? Do you want to stand out from the crowd and have an advantage in today's competitive marketplace? Come join us. Learn more and get started today.
For more information, contact your Georgia Chapter Accreditation liaison and/or mentor for coaching advice or select this link to contact the AccreditationDirector@apmp.org.
Chapter Accreditation Liaisons & Mentorship
The Chapter Liaison supports members' accreditation needs at the local chapter level. Individuals in this role have a strong commitment to accreditation and an interest in promoting it to fellow members. We want you to be proud to use the appropriate designation after your name (e.g., CF, CP, CPP, etc.). Let us help you with any questions and celebrate your success with you.
APMP Accreditation Mentors supports candidates seeking Practitioner Level and Professional Level Accreditation. Our aim is to help you understand, plan, and complete your Proposal Practitioner Assessment Questionnaire (PPAQ) for Practitioner Accreditation and the Proposal Professional Impact Paper (PPIP) for Professional Accreditation.
|Contact your Georgia Chapter Accreditation Liaison:||Contact your Georgia Chapter Accreditation Mentor:|
Lauri Ross Erenstoft, CPP APMP
Director of Education & Chapter Liaison
Mitch Reed, CPP APMP, MBA
You may also reach out to APMP.org and connect directly with the Director of Accreditation.
Charlie Divine, CPP APMP Fellow
Director of Accreditation APMP
About the APMP Body of Knowledge
The APMP Body of Knowledge provides a managed repository for information about the key practices within the business development profession. Members can tap into a world of knowledge and resources to include:
- Journal of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals
- APMP Perspective e-magazine
- Annual Conference presentations
- Regional Conference presentations
- International Conference presentations
- BD-Institute Leadership Conference presentations
- BD-Institute workshops
- Templates and Tools
- Chapter Newsletters
Log into the Body of Knowledge section at APMP.org.