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Project Management Professional

What is a Project Management Professional?

A Project Manager Professional, also known as PMP, is a term used to define an individual who has earned an industry-recognized project manager certification from the Project Management Institute, the PMI.

Prerequisites for the PMP certification include the following things:

  • Either a bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • A specific number of years and completed hours as a Project Manager

However, if you don’t have these, a more basic credential called the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is also available.

A major part of the PMP course curriculum consists of five top-level performance domains. All of it corresponds to a specific phase or factor in project completion and ultimately it’s delivery. The PMP is used to identify several pieces of knowledge regarding the cost and scope of projects and other comprehensive aspects of project management. Individual questions involved here address elements of each of these areas in order to prepare test takers for real-world project management situations.

Also, See: Project Team

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