What It Takes to Get PMP Certified
A lot of project managers and project leaders ask us what it takes to get PMP certified? It is a good question. Getting PMP Certified is not easy, and PMP certification is definitely not for everyone or for every company.
Do You Need PMP Certification for Your Career or Your Business?
While PMP certification does not ensure that you will become a good project manager (especially for the leadership and people part of managing project teams), many companies looking to hire experienced project managers will hire only those with PMP certifications.
What It Takes to Pass the PMP Exam
If project management is the career you have chosen, what does it take to apply for and pass the PMP exam?
The Bottom Line
If you qualify based upon the above four criteria, you can apply to obtain the most globally-recognized and often industry-demanded certification for project managers. It will prove to current and future employers that you have the education, experience, and potentially the ability to manage and lead complex projects.
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