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CAPM or PMP: Which Certification is Right For You?

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#1 ChadBrown



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Posted 19 October 2011 - 06:41 PM

Do you know the difference in the CAPM and PMP Certifications for Project Management?

One of the most common questions I get from new and experienced project managers is whether they should appear for CAPM or the PMP exam. So I thought to answer this here in a detailed post, so you all can choose the right Project Management Certification for yourself. Both PMP and CAPM are certification designed by the Project Management Institute.

CAPM stands for Certified Associate in Project Management.

PMP Stands for Project Management Professional.

So what is the difference between PMP and CAPM?

PMP is for project managers with years of experience. Well, at least 3 years of experience leading & managing projects is required. This means that they are active project managers who are familiar with the lifecycle of a project, has dealt with customers, stakeholders, and has complete a few project life cycles from begining to the end.

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best of luck everyone!
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