WHAT IS PMP CERTIFICATION?
The Project Management Institute, or PMI,
awards the PMP certification to people who
have passed an examination set by the
The qualification has been endorsed by a wide
range of national standards authorities,
including the American National Standards
Institute, and is recognised internationally in
more than 200 nations (ANSI).
WHAT IS PMI?
The PMI is a globally recognised professional
organisation that establishes project
management industry standards. The
organization's mission is to advance project
management education, standards, research,
training, and accreditation.
The institute's services are used by more than 2.9
million professionals worldwide in a variety of
industries, including construction, aerospace,
public administration, and many others, and it
has been in operation since the 1960s.
BECOME A PMP MEMBER
PMI membership has many advantages and
numerous types of membership, including
c. Group membership options
Anyone can sign up for a free basic membership
and keep track of their PMI certification.
Standard membership, on the other hand,
provides a wide range of perks and costs $129
per year. The annual membership fee for
students is $32, while the annual fee for retirees
BENEFITS OF PMP CERTIFICATION
Membership comes with a slew of perks,
a. Access to the PMBOK® guide for free
b. Tracking of certification status
c. More than 1,000 templates and tools to use
d. PMI publications
e. Access to the PM job board
Who helps with PMP exam prep?
The Project Management Institute recognises the need of
ensuring that PMP certification is obtained from reputable
companies. They do so by approving providers to become
Registered Education Providers (REP).
This requires a thorough evaluation of potential providers,
followed by a thorough review every three years.
Professional development units, or PDUs, can be issued for a
variety of courses and activities by organisations that