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Project Management Certifications in the UK - Infographic

In a quest for success, organisations have to innovate, grow and undergo constant change. A company's vision and strategic intent can only be achieved through the successful implementation of projects. A well-run project could have a profound effect on an organisation and its clients, and this is why there is such a major emphasis placed on the role of the project manager.

At, we've explored the most popular project management certifications, PMP, PRINCE2, CAPM, CSM and CompTIA Project+, and provide useful information and stats about each one. We provide a comparison of essential factors such as typical salaries, popularity and costs, to name a few. Individuals interested in pursuing a career in project management, or who wish to further their learning in this field, will find the infographic useful when deciding which certification to take.

The demand for project managers has never been greater with increased globalisation, expanding industries and a burgeoning IT industry.  Depending on your experience, industry and budget, there's a project management certification that is a perfect fit for you.

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Last updated: 18 Jun 2018

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