If you are looking to advance your career in project management, then consider pursuing a certification. There are many different types of certifications available, each with their own focus and objectives. The following list contains some of the most common certification programs for project managers:
PMP certification is the most recognized project management certification in the world, with more than 500,000 professionals holding this designation. PMP certification provides a globally recognized professional credential that demonstrates your ability to apply proven project management knowledge, skills and experience to any type of project; whether small or large.
PMP exam candidates must earn at least 50 PDUs (Professional Development Units) every three years in order to maintain their credential. The number of PDUs required depends on how recently you last earned your PMP credential:
50 PDUs if your last renewal was less than 2 years ago;
70 PDUs if it was between 2-3 years ago; and
90 PDUs if it was over 3 years ago
PRINCE2 stands for PRojects IN Controlled Environments. It is a structured approach to IT project management that combines the best practices of project management and the latest knowledge of project management.
PRINCE2 is an internationally recognized standard for IT projects, which has been adopted by many countries around the world such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa. In Europe it is used in more than 50 countries including Germany, France and Spain.
The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification is …Certification Programs for Project Management Professionals Read More