Christian Frhr. von Maltzahn

PMP® Trainer, Coach, Speaker

DO YOU NEED THE PMP® CERTIFICATION?

PMPs can be found leading projects in almost every corner of the globe. Unlike most other certifications, as a fully qualified PMP® you can work in virtually any industry, in any location and using any methodology.

Salary

Gaining PMP® certification can provide a significant advantage when it comes to salary and earning potential with a 20% advantage over non-certified project managers.

Employers benefit too – Organizations who employ PMP® certified project managers report higher rates of success: with more projects being completed on time, on budget and on goal.

Job

PMP® certification signifies that you are compliant with the global language of project management.

PMP® Certification connects you to a wide community of professionals, organizations and experts globally.

So how do you know if this could be the perfect career for you?

DECISION
The first step to becoming a certified project manager is deciding that you want to become one. If you have a natural ability to Lead, direct and organize, project management could be the perfect career for you.
CERTIFICATION
You may already be working in an environment where you are functioning as a project manager without having given your position a second thought. A certification shows current and potential employers you are serious about making a career in project management.

What qualifications do I require?

SCHOOL DEGREE
Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)
PROJECT HOURS
7,500 hours leading and directing projects
PROJECT MANAGEMENT HOURS
35 hours of project management education

How do I become certified?

CHOOSE THE CERTIFICATION
  • The PMP® is the most common project management certification in the world.
  • The CAPM® is a lower level certification for newer project managers who would like to pursue a PMP® once they reach the PMP® qualifications.
BOOK YOUR COURSE
We offer the following Courses:
STUDY HARD
Give yourself plenty of time to thoroughly absorb our course material and become proficient in the language of project management.
SCHEDULE YOUR EXAM
Once you feel you are conversant schedule your exam. Exam content of the following pages.

2,785

Leaders Trained

1,378

Satisfied Clients

21

Awards Won

15

Consultants

How to remain PMP® Certified (in good standing)

CCR CREDENTIALS

To maintain your PMP® you must satisfy the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Program and maintain an active credential status.

EARNING PDUs

All PMI certification holders must earn PDUs to actively maintain their PMI certification(s).
These PDUs can be earned through various professional development activities in one of these two areas: Education and Giving back to the Profession

REPORTING PDUs
Report your PDUs to the PMI.
  • As you earn PDUs, submit your PDU claims to PMI via the CCR system (CCRS).
  • Earn enough PDUs to meet the CCR requirements for your specific certification.

SEE HOW TO REPORT PDUs

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