What to Expect When You’re Getting Certified
Best Practices for Obtaining (and Maintaining) Your PMP® Certification
Making the decision to get your Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification can be a tough one. There are a lot of variables to consider — including time, experience, and availability of learning resources, not to mention the annual commitment to maintain your requirements through application of your learning and obtaining professional development units. While project leadership and strategy execution training can help everyone, a full review of the requirements could be helpful in making the decision to get your PMP® or to shoot for some other level of certification or training.
Real-World Impact: PMP® Certification for Working Project Managers discusses:
- How long it takes to get your PMP® certification, from work experience to classroom commitments to annual maintenance
- The PMP® application process and how to fill out your application
- Tips for studying for and taking your certification exam
- Alternatives to PMP® certification and real-world applications for project leadership and strategy execution training
The ability to successfully execute project-based work has a direct impact on corporate goals and bottom-line results. In addition, growth in various industries has contributed to increasingly complex projects that require highly skilled practitioners. As a result, more companies are seeking staff with specific project management skills and certifications.