Introduction of the PMI-PMP® Certification?
PMP® is the most reputable and recognized Project Management Certification across the globe, particularly in US, Australia and India. More than 724,773 professionals across industry verticals have chosen the PMP® certification by the PMI®, USA to get Global recognition. Getting that PMP® certification might not be the easiest thing you will do in your career but it will challenge you in a good way. You will gain self-confidence, knowledge and connections you wouldn’t otherwise have.
Benefits of the PMP® Certification :
1. Global Recognition
The PMP® Certification establishes that you understand the global language of Project Management and are ready to work across industries, markets and geographies. PMI® certifications are not based on one specific methodology, so they’re flexible and adaptable. Clearing the PMP® exam and achieving a PMI-PMP Credential would thus help a professional showcase their skills and expertise to potential global employers.
2. Shows your professional approach
By earning the PMP® credential you show your peers, supervisors and clients your commitment to profession, PMI’s code of ethics and your ability to perform the function of a project management professional to certain level.
3. Endorsement of your Skills and Knowledge
The PMP® certification is a stamp of approval of your knowledge, skills and abilities. The PMI® (The Project Management Institute) serves as an unbiased endorsement of your project management knowledge and professional experience on a global level.
4. Shows that you are ready for Challenges and can handle Complex Projects
The PMP® certification indicates your willingness to invest in professional development. This provides certification holders an awareness of changing processes and terminology in the field. The PMP® certification helps you use globally accepted and proven methodology in your project leading to better outcomes.
5. Skill improvement
Preparation for a PMP® certification requires study and review of current project management processes (The PMBOK® defines 47 processes – categorized into 5 basic process groups and 10 knowledge areas, that are typical of most projects, most of the time) Earning a certification highlights your knowledge and competence & proficiency in your practice.
6. Hiring Capacity
When hiring, many companies are now giving preference to Project Managers who are PMP® certified. It’s gradually becoming the “Must have” skill/credential to apply for jobs.
7. Better Salary
The PMP® Certification leads to steep hike in salary. On average PMP’s earn 20% more than their non-certified counterparts, according to a recent PMI® survey.
8. Helps you evaluate potential employees and team members
Let’s face it, we’ve all had teams that for whatever reason did not work together as a cohesive group. By obtaining the PMP® certification, you will learn valuable skills that will in turn help you to evaluate whether or not that potential team member will be able to work well with everyone.
9. Job security level
PMPs are secured even during economic downturn. While no one is immune to layoffs and downsizing, 80% of executives around the world believe that having a PMP® Certification demonstrated core competencies that made the certification holders valuable even during a recession.
10. Makes your Resume more attractive
If you’re looking for a job as a Project Manager, the PMP® certification is a great credential to add to your resume. Recruiters often use certification to narrow their candidate pool.