Why get PMI® certified?
Project Management Institute (PMI)® Certifications are the project management credential of choice across a vast array of industries and companies. The current IT marketplace demands certified project management professionals, and the PMP® certification was created specifically to address that demand. By attaining your PMI® Certifications, your name will be included in the largest and most prestigious group of certified professionals in the project management community.
This course is a complete resource for PMP® and CAPM® exam preparation. Our 5-day training features full coverage of all exam objectives, hands-on practice, and a live PMP® certified instructor. Fully updated to reflect the Project Management Institute’s latest changes to the exam, this new edition includes the revised best practices in alignment with PMBOK 5th edition.
PMI® offers 2 different exams, depending upon your experience level and previous education:
CAPM® Certification: If you are new to Project Management, train and earn your PMI® Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®. The CAPM® certification is designed as an entry-level certification for project managers with little or no experience. By training for and passing your CAPM® certification you can demonstrate clear foundational training and skills to begin your career as a Project Manager. To earn your CAPM®, you need to have: High School or equivalent diploma, at least 1500 hours experience OR 23 hours of Project Management training
PMP® Certification: If you are an experienced Project Manager, train and earn your Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification. The PMP® certification is designed for experienced project managers responsible for all aspects of a project. Earning a PMP® certification demonstrates an understanding of complex project management concepts, an ability to lead and manage multi-functional teams and enters you in a global community of professionals and experts.
To earn your PMP®, you need to have: 4-year degree, 4500 hours leading and directing projects, 35 hours of project management education or Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or equivalent, 7500 hours leading and directing projects, and 35 hours of project management education).
CAPM and PMP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.