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Do you hold any project management certifications?   Project Management

Started May-16 by MRCROSSROADS; 143 views.
WALTER784

From: WALTER784

May-24

My company... and the one they outsourced me to for 8.5 years all had their own internal PMO training certification... both were based around a Deloitte PMO course.

There are all kinds of PMO Certificates, and many can be quite costly. That's why one should send only 1 or 2 people out to the expensive courses, then start your own internal company training.

Here are just some of the certificates offered: 

PMO Certifition | Best PMO Certification 2022 (pmoglobalinstitute.org)

FWIW

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From: MRCROSSROADS

May-25

When I was hired for my current role I didn't realize how much of it would require project management skills. I'm just going for a couple of entry level ones. The Project+ then CAPM.

I have a book for Project+ and am going through the Pluralsight videos for it as well.

For the CAPM I'll do the Pluralsight videos and study the PMBOK Guide.

I have a little PM experience but my new role takes it to another level.

WALTER784

From: WALTER784

May-26

The PMBOK Guide is the one both my company and the one I was outsourced to used.

FWIW

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From: MRCROSSROADS

May-26

It seems to be the defacto authority. CAPM is based directly on it. Even Project+ takes a lot from it but there exam is geared towards IT professionals.

PMBOK is up to the 7th edition.

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