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Choosing the Right PMI Certification for Project Management

Are you confused as to what kind of PMI Certification to take after you have obtained a PMP credential for project management?  The challenge lies on the fact that the more certifications from Project Management Institute, the more chances of increasing your likelihood to land a high paying job. This is not based on hearsay but from a survey conducted by the PMI Project Management Salary Survey-7th Edition. Take a peek at the certification for project management and spent a few seconds to study which one fits to your lifestyle.

  • Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) -you must have two years experience in project management and a member of a project team where you can share your expertise in project management.
  • Program Management Professional (PgMP)-you must possess financial, leadership and communication skills with stakeholders at different levels, with knowledge in managing complicated programs.
  • Program Management Professional (PMP)-you must know how to handle projects, manage teams and proficient in project management methodology and concepts.
  • PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACPSM)-you must be knowledgeable with agile techniques and project teams.
  • PMI Risk Management Professional -you must show skills in risk management, project risks and mitigation plans.
  • PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)-you must have ability in scheduling, maintaining and creating projects. 

PMP courses should be prioritized to become a prolific project manager in your organization. Having achieved the certification does not mean you have to stop learning. You have the option to take a follow up certification courses mentioned above for additional skills and greater chance of achieving excellence in project management apart from enjoying a high paying job.  Don’t take the opportunities to pass, and don’t be satisfied with one or two PMP credentials. Learning should be a continuing process to boost your project management career and improve your confidence in implementing projects.