The global development and use of PMI certifications distinguishes them, making them transportable across industries and geographical borders. PMI certifications have the advantage of being portable and not being linked to any specific technique, standard, or organization. The PMI certification program is meant to ensure that all certification holders have shown their competence using fair and valid criteria. Efforts are made to ensure that only the most reliable testing measures are used in candidate evaluations.
PMI adheres to strict guidelines for examination creation, maintenance, and quality control. This guarantees that PMI recognizes the need of preserving objectivity and impartiality when conducting certification activities. PMI certificates are also established for project managers by project managers. Thousands of certification holders volunteer to spend time designing and improving the exam questions utilized by PMI, which drives the certification program. These volunteers represent the breadth of PMI’s market, hailing from every continent, industry, employment level, and level of experience.
Why are PMI certifications important?
- PMI certification shows that you have the essential knowledge, experience and education to
- effectively contribute to project, strategic and organizational success.
- A PMI certification is a valuable investment in your career, and yourself.
3 hours, 150 questions
High school diploma or Bachelor’s degree and 21 contact hours of training in agile practices
3 hours, 120 questions, multiple choice
- High school diploma or associate’s degree (or global equivalent)
- Bachelor’s degree
- 35 hours of project management education training or CAPM® Certification
230 minutes, 180 questions, some multiple choice
- High school diploma
- Associate’s degree
- Bachelor’s degree
- 35 contact hours of education in business analysis
4 hours, 200 questions, multiple choicE
- Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent)
- Four-year degree Path
- Bachelor’s or postgraduate degree from a GAC accredited program
3.5 hours, 170 questions, multiple choice
Path A: Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent) Path B: Four-year degree Path C: Bachelor’s or postgraduate degree from a GAC accredited program
Panel review, 4 hours, 170 questions, multiple choice