Are you an expert at your job?
Here’s a different question – Are you an expert in your industry?
While being great at your work and spending years in your present role can definitely turn you into an expert at your job, that is no guarantee of becoming an expert in your industry. Professional certifications help you understand the best practices of the industry.
Not just that, a certification like PMI’s PMP can you help you enhance your project management skills and open doors for better job opportunities. PMP is recognized globally and the certification can be your ticket to project management roles in IT, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, infrastructure and other exciting industries. PMI studies have shown that PMP certification holders report steep pay raises.
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What is PMP again?
Project Management Professional (PMP) is a Certification provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI) based in Pennsylvania, USA.
Here’s what PMI says about PMP,
No matter where you are in the world or what industry you work in, speak the language used by over 750,000 certified project managers around the globe. The PMP® is recognized the world over as the gold standard in project management.
The Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers.
Are there other Project Management Certifications out there?
Ofcourse! PRINCE2, Certified Scrum Master (CSM), CompTIA Project+ certification, Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), Professional in Project Management (PPM) to name a few.
PMP happens to be just one of them but widely recognized, accepted and followed. Thus, the Gold Standard!
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