The PMP® Certification is widely considered by many in the project management world to be the premier certification that proves you have the experience and competency, along with best practices in the field of project management.
Both PMP and CAPM are two very popular certifications offered by the Project Management Institute (pmi.org), a global advocate for the project management profession.
If you’re new to project management or have limited experience in the field, Millpond highly recommends two training options that can help you get started and build a strong foundation.
New PMI certification coming your way! Let us introduce you to the Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP)
2023 sees some changes to the CAPM® content. Find out what those CAPM changes are and how to prepare for them here with Mike.
Through watching our video, CAPM or PMP aspirants will gain knowledge of the value of a of project management certification.
Completing your PMP exam application shouldn’t be difficult. By applying the advice from our video, you’ll be more easily able to transfer your project experience onto your PMP application form.
Well done on becoming a PMP® certified practitioner! Wear your badge with pride as I know it was a big effort to achieve. Because of this effort, we all want to maintain this certification for as long as we can. The good news is that this is relatively painless if you stay engaged in the profession
Details of the changes made to the latest version (2021) of the PMP exam. The key changes and further details of what has and has not changed.
Millpond has become a PMI Authorized Training Partner (A.T.P). Partnering PMI ensures quality trainers and PMI-developed course content.