Career after PMP Certification

The PMP, also known as project management professional certification, is unbiased proof of a person’s project management talents and expertise. It is accepted worldwide and gives better career opportunities, credibility, and increased income for those who have acquired it.

WHY PMP Certification?

CIO magazine ranked the PMP as the top project management certification in North America because it demonstrates you have the specific skills employers seek, dedication to excellence and the capacity to perform at the highest levels. The certification facilitates individuals to get a competitive edge over other candidates who are applying for a project position or are seeking a promotion.


The PMP adds value
PMP Professionals are the real change agents with the organization. Their competence in implementing Project Management best practices results in preventing project delays and managing the risks associated with project activities. This results in value generation for the organization.

The PMP proves you work smarter
Certified project managers add great benefit and value to any organization. Not only are they able to handle problems and setbacks with more ease, but they can also better organize their teams and achieve the necessary results with less effort and resources, making them a valuable asset to every company they work for.

The PMP delivers benefits
PMP Certification results in increase benefits and best package for individuals and also becomes stars for the organizations. The organization also yields benefits of having PMP professionals who manage their projects and investment efficiently and effectively.

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PMP Course Details

 
The Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam changed on 2 January 2021 to meet those needs and will focus on three new domains:

PEOPLE– emphasizing the skills and activities associated with effectively leading a project team such as team building, conflict management, etc.

PROCESS – reinforcing the technical aspects of managing a project such as managing budget, managing schedule, etc.

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT – highlighting the connection between projects and organization strategy such as managing compliance, delivering value, etc.

Comparison with Other Professional Certifications

Certification PMP Prince2 (Foundation) Prince2 Professional/ Practitioner
Affiliation Project Management Institute (PMI) AXELOS AXELOS
Careers Options Project Manager / Professionals Project Staffs/ Project Associates Project Manager / Project Professionals
Exam Parts 1 exam 1 exam 1 exam
Average Salary $116,000 $85,000 $90,000
Duration 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months
Exam pattern MCQs MCQs MCQs

Who should become a PMP?

Anyone who works and manages projects and portfolios should add this certification to their skill set.

Construction Manager

Project Manager

Project Professionals

Project Practitioners

Project Coordinators

IT Project Managers

Service Managers

Audit Professionals

Project Planners

Commercial Managers

Procurement Managers

Supply Chain Professionals

Job positions after PMP

The PMP credential is specifically designed for Project professionals and may lead to following jobs:

  • Project risk Analysts
  • Project Security Manager
  • Project Planning Manager
  • Project QA
  • Project QC
  • Project Commercial Manager
  • Project Analysts
  • Auditors
  • IT Audit Professionals
  • Software Developers
  • Application Developers

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How to Become a PMP?

01

APPLY TO TAKE YOUR PMP EXAM

Have a four-year degree? You’ll need:

  • 36 months of experience leading projects AND 35 hours of project management training.

Have a high school diploma or an associate’s degree? You’ll need:

  • 60 months of experience leading projects AND 35 hours of project management training.
02

GATHER YOUR INFO

Document your experience and training by gathering information about:

Projects you’ve led

  • Where you’ve worked
  • Your role and responsibilities
  • Duration of projects

Training You’ve Completed

  • Institutions attended
  • Courses completed
  • Qualifying hours
03

DIVE INTO THE APP

You’ll need a pmi.org account to kick the process off.
Your application will be reviewed and then you’ll need to pay an exam fee if you’re qualified to move forward.

  • Member Price: US$405
  • Non-Member Price: US$555

Once approved to take the exam, you can schedule your exam time at a testing site near you (or you can take it online).

04

PASS THE PMP EXAM

Maintain Your Certification after fulfilling the requirements of PDUs (Professional Development Units) after 3 years,

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Kashif Akhtar

Qualified Engineer, CSCP, PMP, CISA, CISM, CRISC, CDPSE

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PMP Course FAQs

Frequently asked questions for PMP Course

General Certification:

No. No one certification serves as a prerequisite for another. You also do not have to be a PMI member to apply to become a certification holder.

To obtain a PMI certification, you must first meet the eligibility requirements outlined on these web pages and detailed in the certification handbooks. Then, you must pass an exam.

The eligibility requirements for each certification are mentioned here, on these web pages, and detailed in each respective certification handbook. Please link to the appropriate certification handbook for complete guidelines.

All certification applications are available online. Click the “Apply” button on these web pages. Please note that any missing information on the application will delay processing.

When submitting an application, you do not need to send documentation. However, you will be required to send supporting documentation if your application is selected for a random audit. To find out more about PMI’s audit process, refer to the certification handbooks and the audit FAQs.

Exam Guidance:

You may refer to yourself as a certification holder although your certificate package can take six to eight weeks to arrive in the mail. Please refer to the “Use of Your PMI Certification” section of the handbooks for more details.
You also can start making plans for maintaining your certification by familiarizing yourself with the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program and its requirements. More details on the CCR program can be found within the CCR Handbook.

Once you are eligible, PMI will e-mail you examination scheduling instructions with your eligibility code, which you will need when scheduling your exam appointment at a testing center.

All PMI exams are offered at approved Pearson VUE Testing Centers worldwide. You can check for locations on Pearson VUE’s website. (NOTE: Please check Pearson VUE’s Covid-19 page for information about exam availability in your area.)
You can also take your CAPM or PMI-ACP exam in the comfort of your home or office while being monitored by an online proctor through Pearson VUE.

The PMP, CAPM, and PMI-ACP exams are translated into multiple languages. Please consult the respective certification handbooks for details on specific languages available.
Other certification exams are not currently translated, but PMI will notify you when translations are available.

If you fail the exam on your first attempt, you can re-take it two more times within your one-year eligibility period. Fees are associated with re-examination. Details for re-examination can be found in the certification handbook.

Your application is valid for one (1) year from the date of approval. If you allow your eligibility to lapse, you must re-apply.

CCR Program Requirements:

All PMI certifications, with the exception of CAPM, require that you engage in continuous professional development in order to remain certified. The requirements for each certification can be found within the CCR Handbook.

Extensive market research and feedback from certification holders and organizations identified a subset of skills that employers require for project practitioners to deliver improved results. These skills areas are represented in the PMI Talent Triangle. The CCR updates align professional development activities, specifically Education activities, with the PMI Talent Triangle to ensure certification holders are focused on the needs of the profession.

The PMI Talent Triangle outlines the three skill areas employers need. They are as follows:
Technical Project Management: the knowledge, skills and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program and Portfolio Management. The technical aspects of performing one’s role.
Leadership: the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to guide, motivate, and direct a team, to help an organization achieve its business goals.
Strategic and Business Management: the knowledge of and expertise in the industry and organization that enhances performance and better delivers business outcomes.

Many topics can align to each area of the PMI Talent Triangle. Here are some examples to help you understand.

No. They are not. You can still earn PDUs for activities that give back to the profession including creating new project management knowledge, volunteering, and working as a professional in project management. Volunteer activities should reflect your use of practitioner knowledge and skills (i.e., planning the project for a charity).

The CCR process enables certain PDUs to be shared across your certifications, simplifying the maintenance process. To learn more please refer to the “Maintaining Multiple Certifications” section of the CCR Handbook and/or watch this webinar

All About PDUs

PDUs stands for Professional Development Units. PDUs are the measuring unit used to quantify your professional development as part of the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. 1 PDU = 1 hour of learning/activity.

Yes. You can earn your Education PDUs by attending classes offered by PMI Authorized Training Partners, Chapters or by your organizations or a university; attending a PMI congress, SeminarsWorld®, and other events, or through self-directed learning.

Yes. You can claim PDUs for a single Education activity under multiple skill areas (Technical Project Management, Leadership, Strategic and Business Management) of the PMI Talent Triangle. For example: if you read a book that contains content on techniques for project time management and on negotiating with stakeholders, you could claim this Education activity in the skill areas of Technical Project Management and Leadership.

Yes. PDUs earned above the required total (e.g. 60 for PMP) in the last year of your 3-year certification cycle can be applied to your next cycle. PDUs earned during the first two years of your cycle cannot be applied to a future cycle. For more details, please refer to the CCR Handbook.

You can start earning and reporting PDU activities as soon as you earn a PMI certification. Activities you completed prior to earning your certification will not count as PDUs towards your newly acquired certification.

You do not need supporting documentation to report PDUs and renew your credential. When reporting your PDUs through CCRS, you will be directed to include specific information about the activity in the PDU claim form.
NOTE: PMI recommends you maintain a personal folder for all PDU-related documentation and keep this documentation for at least 18 months after your CCR cycle has ended. If you are randomly selected for an audit, you will need to provide this documentation.

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