There are skills and certifications that employers value more than others. Proven ability to lead corporate projects, large and small is one of the main ones. Project management is a fascinating and growing area with more than 15 million jobs expected to be created by 2020. There are two in-demand certifications that will assure potential employers that you have what it takes to run corporate projects - PMP and CAPM, but which of these will suit your career goals the best?
Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification acts as the standard measure of competence for all project managers regardless of their industry of operation. It, therefore, follows that any individuals who are serving in project related fields such as IT and Cybersecurity would benefit significantly from formal project management training.
But why should a programmer, network engineer, or help desk technician get PMP certified? Especially if they are relatively new to the industry?
Did you know that TrainACE and our Advanced Security branch offers IT training and Cyber Security training in Northern Virginia? TrainACE has a computer training facility located out of Loudoun County in Ashburn, Virginia. The Ashburn location offers our full catalog of courses and delivers the same high-quality training with unbeatable prices that we have been providing to our students at the Greenbelt, Maryland location since 2001.
Are you an experienced project manager in the Washington D.C. area looking to stand out to current and prospective employers? Do you want your credentials to shine and take the spotlight? If so, the Project Management Professional Certification through PMI (Project Management Institute) is exactly what you have been searching for. The PMP certification is globally recognized in the industry and demonstrates that you have received the proper education and experience to lead and direct projects successfully. Employers can't help but be impressed by your achievements and obvious drive to succeed!
TrainACE is proud to welcome Project Management Professional training to our extensive list of online course offerings! Learn PMP at your own speed with our new self-paced training.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) offers a certificate for people wanting to become a Project Management Professional (PMP). The institute, a not-for-profit professional organization, has been providing this opportunity since its creating in 1969. As with any well-credentialed professional organization, studies must be periodically completed to ensure the quality and usefulness of the services provided. Recommended for completion every 3 to 5 years, the PMI recently examined the field of project management in a Role Delineation Study (RDS). Based on this study, the PMI decided to alter the PMP exam, beginning in July 2013.