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Internationally recognised, the PMP professional designation has currently certified 773,840 individuals.
For those wishing to become certified, there are a set of prerequisites, such as a bachelor’s degree or extensive experience in the field, as well as an exam that must be taken. Following the PMBOK specification and the PMP code of ethics, the curriculum follows five main process groups, including initiating, executing and closing.
Upon successful completion, the PMP certified project manager will be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and experience that are needed in order to become successful in their field.
Jobs that will benefit from a PMP certification include:
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