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PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (PMP)

Q: Do I need to have an experience before taking any certification?

A:  No experience is needed for some of the certifications, such as CAPM, aPHRi, ECBA, and PSM 1.

Q: With 2-3 years of experience, what certification can I enroll for?

A: You can do the CCBA, PHRi, GPHR, etc.

Q: What are the benefits of becoming Certified?

A: Greater recognition worldwide, increase in salary, boost in job promotion, improved career prospects,         job security, enhanced project management skills, etc.

Q: What is the format and difficulty of the certification exam?

A: Taking and passing the exam isn't difficult, provided that you undergo the required training and                     prepare yourself using the mock exam.

Q: What is the Cost of the certification Exam?

A: The exam cost varies for members and non-members. Its costless when you register as a member.

Q: Is Certification relevant in today's job market?

A: Yes, those with certification are top priorities for the organization and will be considered first.                         Hence, it remains a valuable asset for career advancement as required. A professional with 10 years of         experience with a certification will be considered before someone with 18 years of experience with no           certification in the aspects of job promotion, employment, and interview.

Q: Do I need to be a project manager before taking the PMP exam?

A: No, you don't have to bear the title "Project Manager" before you can take the exam. So far, you                     participated in the project, and maybe as a team member, you are liable to the PMP exam.

Q: What is the average salary of those who hold PMP?

A: Entry-level (1-3 years of experience) earns between $75K - 100K

      Mid-Level (4-7 years of experience) earns between $100K - 130K

      Senior-Level (8+ years of experience) earns between $130K - 160K

Q: Are these certifications recognized globally?

A: Yes, they are. Some of our clients have used them to secure jobs in the UK, USA, Canada, or Australia           and earn more than their non-certified counterparts.

Q: Why do organizations prefer certified professionals over non-certified ones?

A: Reduced training cost, industry recognition, trust and competency, competitive advantage, efficiency           enhancement, and quality delivery.

Q: With any of these certifications, where can I work?

A: You can work anywhere in the world within any industry and sector, such as oil and gas, tech, business,       education, program, healthcare, real estate, marketing, finance and banking, etc.

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