Project Management Institute (PMI) offers a certification programs for candidates with different levels of experience. The PMI certification program supports a career framework in the project management profession. There are currently six credentials available in the PMI family of credentials which demonstrates candidate's commitment to the profession and your expertise through certifying qualification, experience and competency.
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PMI's Certified Associate in Project Management certification, one of the most popular certifications today, is designed for project team members and entry-level project managers. The CAPM Certified Associate in Project Management PMBOK 5 credential recognizes a demonstrated understanding of the fundamental knowledge, that are needed for effective project management performance. It also demonstrates understanding processes and terminology as defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide). Learn more about CAPM Certified Associate in Project Management PMBOK 5
PMI Scheduling Program certification exam explains the knowledge and complicated skill in the expert field of developing and maintaining the project schedule. After qualifying the certification exam candidate will be competent enough to build and maintain project schedules, hands-on experience in the planning, development, maintenance, analysis, communication, and reporting of project schedules as well as instructions and strategies for passing the Project Management Institute's PMI-SP Certification Exam. The project schedule is frequently one of the most noticeable elements of project management in an organization.Learn more about PMI-SP
This PMI Risk Managment Professional certification exam demonstrates the knowledge and sophisticated expertise in the specialized area of assessing and identifying project risks while mitigating threats and capitalizing on opportunities. After passing this certification, exam candidates are able to develop and maintain the project risk management. Learn more about PMI-RMP Risk Management Professional
PMI's Project Management Professional certification is one of the most popular certifications today. The PMP Project Management Professional V5 credential recognizes demonstrated knowledge and skill in leading and directing project teams and in delivering project results within the constraints of schedule, budget, and resources. Learn more about PMI-PMP
PMI's Project Management Professional certification exam is a complex certification for those people who deal with multiple successful projects. It is particularly developed to identify the responsibility of professional Program Managers and Project Directors; people who lead the coordinated management of multiple projects and ensures the ultimate success of a program. Candidates getting this credential will be globally accepted as professionals with the knowledge and skills to deliver the strategic objectives that enhance business results.Learn more about PMI-PgMP
PMI Agile Certified Practitioner or PMI-ACP is a new certification launched by PMI in late 2011. It is designed for the professionals who use agile practices in their projects, or their organization accepts agile approaches to project management. The PMI-ACP validates the expertise, knowledge and competencies of individual in agile principles, practices, and tools and techniques across agile methodologies.
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