Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP)™
What is PMI-CP Certification?
The Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP) is the only internationally recognized certification that offers an in-depth curriculum on the construction industry.
This advanced certification empowers working professionals—like you—to elevate your career. It prepares construction project managers to lead, plan, and manage contracts. It also equips you to navigate challenges and stay relevant in an ever-evolving field.
The journey to your PMI-CP certification involves:
- Earning 3 micro-credentials
- Completing 4 eLearning courses
- Passing the PMI-CP capstone exam
Introducing the PMI-CP Certification
How to Get Your PMI-CP Certification
You need 3 years of on-the-job experience (within the last 10 years) in construction projects or built environment projects to qualify for the PMI-CP. So, make sure you have the required work experience before you apply.
Once you meet the prerequisites, you can apply for your PMI-CP certification exam. After you confirm eligibility, the next step is scheduling your exam.
Note: You can take your exam either at a testing center or as an online, proctored exam.
The PMI-CP certification exam is the capstone of your certification journey. It evaluates and verifies your knowledge, skill and experience as a construction professional.
Here’s an at-a-glance view of the exam’s key details:
- The exam includes 170 questions
- The total duration of the exam is 230 minutes
- The exam covers four primary domains: contracts management, stakeholder engagement, strategy and scope management, and project governance
To maintain your certification, you need to earn 30 PDUs every 3 years. The micro-credentials and courses associated with the PMI-CP are worth 3-6 PDUs each. And they never expire. So, you can use them to renew your certification.
Embrace the journey and enhance your career. Become a certified construction professional with PMI-CP!