Earning PMI®’s globally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential demonstrates professional commitment, technical expertise, educational background, and a specified level of knowledge and competency in leading and directing project teams.
According to the PMI Project Management Salary Survey–Seventh Edition, this recognition can have long-term career value by positively impacting project manager salaries and increasing marketability to employers .
Experienced project managers with practical proficiency in risk management and team leadership who are looking to solidify skills and maximize their earning potential, should apply for the PMP Exam.
If you do not yet qualify for the PMP Exam, the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification is a valuable entry-level certification for project managers, designed to take them to the next level.
Personal growth and increased compensation are the primary reasons project management professionals seek PMI®’s PMP certification.
PMP credential holders need to earn 60 PDUs per three-year cycle to maintain their certification. The PMI Handbooks and Guides provide the key information about PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements including:
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