Why not become a Project Management Professional?
Employers and customers can have confidence that you, as a project manager, have the experience and knowledge necessary to plan, manage and deliver projects. The PMP credential can be a significant differentiator when it comes to hiring or entrusting project managers with important organizational projects.
Our Certification Prep guides provide a thorough examination of the PMP certification offered by Project Management Institute (PMI). PMP is the most recognized certification in project management.
This guide will give you a brief overview of the requirements to obtain and maintain certification. It also offers suggestions for how to prepare for and what to expect when taking the certification exam.
What is the Project Management Professional Certification?
PMI is the largest professional membership organization for project managers in the world. PMI offers eight certifications, international standards, and advocacy for project managers. PMP is the certification that allows project managers to practice. It demonstrates a deep understanding of the standards and ethics of the profession, as well as practical experience in applying concepts, tools, and techniques in the delivery and evaluation of project results.
Who should take the PMP examination?
For experienced project managers who want to validate their knowledge via credentialing or are required by their employer or client to have PMP, this certification is suitable.
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