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What are the prerequisites for PMP® Certification?




It is really quite simple to find out if you are eligible or not to take the PMP® Certification Exam. 

Do you have a high school diploma, an associate degree, or the global equivalent of these?

Then you must have a minimum of five years (60 months) of unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience of which at least 7,500 hours must have been spent leading and directing project tasks. (Non-overlapping means that if you managed two projects in the year 2006, then that only counts as 12 months and not as 24.) 

Do you have a bachelor degree or its equivalent in your country? 

Then you must have a minimum of three years (36 months) of unique, non-overlapping professional project management experience of which at least 4,500 hours must have been spent leading and directing project tasks. 

In both cases, you must also show that you have had 35 contact hours of project management training. The good news is that all project management related training from your entire life counts. So, if you are 30 years old and you took a 2-day PM class when you were 21 years old then you already have 16 contact hours. (One contact hour is equivalent to one actual hour (60 minutes) of training or instruction received.) 



What are the prerequisites for PMP® Certification? What are the prerequisites for PMP® Certification? Reviewed by Nishtha PMP on 1:02 PM Rating: 5

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