As project management grows in scope, importance and recognition, so do the related career and credential options available to you. The CAPM is designed for project team members and entry-level project managers, as well as qualified undergraduate and graduate students who want a credential to recognize their value to project team performance.
A CAPM Credential can benefit professionals from all disciplines by demonstrating clear direction to their work and by gaining knowledge of project management processes and terminology.
You can benefit from a CAPM if you are a:
- Project team member;
- Junior project management practitioner or new to the project management profession;
- Undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in project management.
Professionals with project management skills are increasingly seen on the leadership track, and earning the CAPM from PMI is one of the best ways to advance your career. This credential can go a long way toward enhancing your employment and/or project assignment responsibilities — and getting you recognized in the workplace.
CAPM candidates must first meet specific educational and project management related experience requirements and then pass a comprehensive 150 question computer-based examination.
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