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To obtain PMP® or CAPM® certification, an individual must satisfy educational and experiential requirements, agree to and adhere to a Code of Professional Conduct and pass the PMI® Certification Examination.
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The CAPM® is an “associate-type” certification for practitioners who provide project management services, but are not yet qualified to apply for the above-mentioned Project Management Professional (PMP®).
As with the PMP® designation, there are two different eligibility categories for the CAPM® relevant to education and experience of the applicant. These requirements are not essential to do the CAPM® workshop, but would be advantageous.
To obtain the CAPM® credential, candidates must first demonstrate that they are eligible by meeting one of the following eligibility options:
More information regarding applying for the exam online is available at PMI's website. The PMP® or CAPM Handbook are available in PDF format on the PMI® website (www.pmi.org). To access it, click the "Certification" menu link on the PMI® home page, then click "Which Certification is Right for You?", select either "Project Management Professional (PMP®)" or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and finally select the Handbook link in the right side navigation.
PMI also has an online application for certification. To access it, go to the PMI® website and use the navigation described above. On the Project Management Professional page, you will find a "Ready to Apply" blue button graphic near the top of the page.
Candidates must meet certain educational and professional experience requirements. All project management experience must have been gained within the last eight consecutive years prior to your application submission.
Candidates have two options:
*You should have experience in all five process groups (initiating, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing) across all your project management experience submitted in the application. However on a single project you do not need to have experience in all five process groups.
**Leading and directing project tasks as identified in the Project Management Professional Examination Specification (see Section 6 of manual).
The credential process is explained in the PMP Credential Handbook provided in Section 5 of the workshop documentation.