What is PMP: The Requirements

The PMP is also known as the Project Management Professional, which was conceptualized as a Certification by the Project Management Institute, which tries to uplift and increase the efficiency and talents of the Project Managers worldwide through its Certification Examination.
It is a very critical Certification that is given only to those who have passed the PMP Certification Examination.
Before the Examination, the applicants must first have the necessary requirements in order for them to be able to avail of the Examination.
The requirements are many and they begin by requiring a high school diploma on the part of the applicant.
A Project Management Professional must also have an accomplished and specific educational attainment and years of experience.
There is also a code of professional conduct that all must adhere to.
In terms of the Certification Examination, the applicant must be able to pass it.
The Examination is intended as an objectively created way that allows the PMI to assess and measure the knowledge of Project Manager
In case of a failure of the PMP holders to retain these requirements, they would stand to lose the Certification they’ve been awarded.
Also the applicants must have performed the jobs of a Project Manager over time of 60 months within 8 years.
The applicant must have finished a whole 35 hours of education that is directly connected with the teachings in Project Management, but in cases where there are applicants, who already possess a bachelor’s degree, they only require about 4,500 (hrs) and an accumulated 36 months of experience.

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