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.
We've explored the most popular project management certifications, PMP, PRINCE2, CAPM, CSM and CompTIA Project+ and provided useful information and stats about each one.
Read on to see:
- Typical salaries on completion of a project management qualification
- Course popularity
- Pros and Cons of each certification
- The number of certified professionals worldwide
- Prerequisites for studying
- Exam length
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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About the Author
Abby works as the Communications Team Lead for findcourses.co.uk with a mission of connecting learning leaders with the data and information they need to provide the best training possible for their people.
Originally from Indianapolis in the U.S., Abby studied her bachelor’s at Hanover College in Business and Literature and has worked for findcourses since 2015. She is passionate about corporate learning and works internally to help organise Learning at Work Week within findcourses.co.uk's company of 165 team members, and provide and source external training in content creation as an in-house expert.
Abby is also the creator and editor of the UK L&D Report which interviews and surveys L&D leaders from top UK companies to help uncover data-driven best practice and easy-to-implement advice.