If your job includes program management, agile project management, risk management, or scheduling, there may be a PMI certification that’s right for you. Even if you already have your PMP or PgMP, the follow-up certifications may help you boost your career and become a more valuable team member. Plus, according to the PMI Project Management Salary Survey – Seventh Edition, adding PMI certifications can lead to an increased salary for project managers.
So which certification will you need?
|Certification:||Ideal if you:|
|CAPM® — Certified Associate in Project Management||
|PMP® — Project Management Professional||
|PgMP® — Program Management Professional||
|PMI-ACPSM — PMI Agile Certified Practitioner||
|PMI-RMP® — PMI Risk Management Professional||
|PMI-SP® — PMI Scheduling Professional||
For more information on which certification is right for you, the education and hour requirements, and how to apply, you can download PMI’s Project Management Certification brochure for a complete overview.
Project Management Certifications