Project Management Professional (PMP)®
What is PMP Certification?
The PMP acknowledges candidates skilled at managing the people, processes, and business priorities of professional projects. PMI, the world’s leading authority on project management, created the PMP to recognize project managers who have proven they have project leadership experience and expertise in any way of working.
To obtain PMP certification, a project manager must meet certain requirements and then pass a 180-question exam. The PMP exam was created by project leaders for project leaders, so each test question can be related to real-life project management experiences.
The PMP Exam is available in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified + Traditional), English, French, German, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish (Poland), Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish (Mexico + Spain), and Turkish.
PMP certification validates that you are highly skilled in:
- Motivating people and teams through all phases of a successful project.
- Using predictive, agile and hybrid approaches to determine which way of working is best for each project.
- Highlighting the success of a project and its impact on overall strategic organizational goals.
How Much Does PMP Certification Cost?
There is an exam fee required to earn the PMP.
Member: $405.00 Non-Member: $555.00
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