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If you're just starting your project management career, the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification may be right for you. CAPM certification demonstrates that entry-level project managers have foundational project management knowledge and skills. To qualify for taking the CAPM certification exam, aspiring project managers must have a high school diploma, associate's degree or equivalent and 23 hours of formal project management training.How can I get a PMP certification?
To apply for PMP Certification, you must meet the following eligibility requirements, which including having: A four-year degree (bachelor's or global equivalent) AND at least three years of project management experience, with 4,500 hours leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management educationHow hard is the CAPM exam?
How Hard is the CAPM Exam? The CAPM exam is based around PMI’s framework, which makes studying for it relatively simple. So long as you follow the right study material, and memorize enough information, passing the CAPM is doable. However, PMI does not publish their pass/fail rates, which makes it slightly more difficult to prepare for.What are the requirements for a PMP certification?
PMP certification requires either a high school diploma and 7,500 clock hours (five years) of project management experience or a bachelor's degree and 4,500 hours (three years) of project management experience.