About the PMP® Designation

“…The PMP® designation is the Project Management Institute’s most recognized and respected global credential. To obtain a PMP credential, an individual must satisfy education (35 hours) and experience (no less than 4500 hours) requirements, agree to adhere to a professional code of conduct and pass the PMP examination. The PMP Certification Program supports the global community of project management practitioners and is designed to objectively assess and measure professional knowledge. The PMP designation following a professional’s name demonstrates to employers and others that the PMP credential holder possesses a solid foundation of experience and education in project management. The PMI Certification Program is the first professional certification program of its kind to receive the ISO 9001 certification, a globally recognized mark of a quality management system…” - quote excerpt from the Project Management Institute’s website.

PMP® and PMI® are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute.  To find out more information about the Project Management Institute and PMP Certification requirements go to  www.pmi.org .

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