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PMP® Project Management Certification

PMP is the most important industry-recognized certification for Project Managers: getting the certification PMP signifies that you speak and understand the global language of project management. This connects you to a community of professionals, organizations and experts worldwide.

PMI and Project Management

Under Project Management, there are some methodologies with worldwide diffusion and, at this point, de facto standards by which companies and organizations are inspired to structure their models and project management processes.
Project Management Institute (PMI) is the most authoritative organization among several references. Founded in the United States in 1969, the PMI is the common ground for people engaged in projects and it’s recognized worldwide as the most renowned authority in the field of Project Management.

Project Management Professional (PMP): what is it?

PMI offers a professional credential for project managers with different levels of education and experience: Project Management Institute’s certifications guarantee at the international level knowledge and abilities needed in the achievement of objectives within the constraints of time, budget, resources and team management.
PMP is certainly one of the most sought: PMP demonstrates to employee, colleagues and clients that a project manager has knowledge, experience and competence to complete projects successfully.


PMI printed many manuals, but “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge” (PMBoK o PMBOK) is the far most famous. PMP certification is based on this manual. In its Sixth Edition, PMBOK is a an analysis about everything is needed to known in Project Management and a best practice recognised in the industry.
 For more info about PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition, click here

6 Reasons to follow your PMP training with QRP

  • 1PMP shows that you use a common method of project management and makes you part of a community of over 870.000 professionals in all the world.
  • 2 According to the research Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, Tenth Edition, respondents holding the PMP certification report higher median salaries than those without a PMP certification―23% higher on average.
  • 3 Project Management PMP certification demonstrates that you have experience as well as competence and it can help you to reinforce all the work done in years of practice.
  • 4 PMP certification shows not only that you have a deep knowledge of PMBOK’s contents, but also that you have the operation ability to use its logic and tools in your projects.
  • 5 PMP can be used to manage projects in private companies, public administrations, non-profit organisations.
  • 6 The demand for Project Manager is always higher and many organizations require PMP as a reference standard: PMP certificated professionals demonstrate that they can provide the right skills to guide project teams and achieve excellent project results.

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What’s changed with PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition?

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In September 2017 it was published PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition. Examination arrangements are the same, but PMP exam was updated 26 March 2018 to reflect new content.

These are the change made:


  • a new chapter on the leadership role of project manager – included knowledge, competence and experience needed.
  • 47 project management processes turned to 49 and 6 processes are renamed.
  • Part 2 of the PMBOK® Guide is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and must be updated every four to five years.
  • The PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition includes information on how to implement its approaches in agile environments — a first for PMI. Other additions include: trends and emerging practices, tailoring considerations, a greater emphasis on Strategic and Business Knowledge, a new section on the role of the project manager
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