Benefits of PMP certification
Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the world’s most popular certification for experienced project managers, a distinctive mark of professional quality, recognized by companies worldwide.
The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification is given to project managers and projects in all industries. To date, the number of active PMP holders who have confirmed and continue to confirm their qualifications every 3 years is about 1 million people. With PMP® certification, you automatically increase your labour market value by about 1.7 times, according to PMI, and you become a member of the largest community of certified project management specialists.
Certification is developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and tests knowledge of good, proven and innovative project management practices, including those specified in the PMBOK Guide®. The PMBOK Guide® is updated on average every four years, the latest (6th) edition was released in September 2017, and the 7th edition of the PMBOK Guide® is under active development.
To obtain the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certificate®, it is necessary:
Have higher or secondary education, 36 months experience in project management, and also have special training to access the exam.
Fill in the form and submit the application.
(More about the procedure here)
Wait for PMI to confirm access to the exam and pay for the exam.
($555 or $405 for those who have an annual PMI membership)
Pass the exam in the form of a test for 180 questions in 230 minutes.
(More on which questions will be taken in the exam, here)