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How a PMP Certificate Can Improve My Managerial Skills

It is undeniably true that Project Management Professional certifications have become the most attractive and rewarding professional credentials. Individuals working as project managers have identified it as one of the most effective and easy to access professional qualification for professional development.

Regardless of the industry, project managers from diverse interest areas have made the most out of these certifications. From giving an instant boost to professional demand and chances of employability to instantly upscaling salaries and other benefits, PMP certification is ...

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PMP Certification Training

Why PMP Certification?
PMI is a global standards organization that promotes Project Management best practices through collaboration, education, and certifications. PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® is the most recognized certification for project managers.

PMP provides a significant advantage in earning a higher salary and getting jobs. Based on Salary Survey, those with a PMP certification garner 20% higher on average salary than those without a PMP certification.

Employers benefit as well. When more than one-third of their project managers are PMP-certified, organizations ...

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Meet the Instructor – Aditya Chinni

 

Aditya Chinni Meet the instructor: Aditya Chinni

Educational Qualifications:

  • Masters in Computer Applications
  • Stanford Advanced Project Management
  • Certifications: PMP, PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practioner), CSM (Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master), Prince 2 Project Management

Teaching Experience:

  • Founded CertSchool in 2007 and taught over 200 PMP Prep courses. Had many firsts in PMP online training industry.
  • Proud to ...
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How to get Free PDUs

Earning a PMI Certification is valuable to your career. Everyone who earns a PMI certification (with the exception of the CAPM® certification) must actively maintain their certification(s) through participation in the CCR Program and renewal of their certification(s) every 3 years. You can maintain your certification by earning PDUs (Professional Development Units) and reporting those on PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements System (https://ccrs.pmi.org/claim).

There are different CCR requirements for each PMI certification. PMP, PBA, PgMP, and PfMP certification holders need ...

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