Frequently Asked Questions
What is PMP?
PMP stands for Project Management Professional certification offered by Project Management Institute (PMI) located in USA. PMP is globally recognized certification. PMP certified project managers are in big demand. PMP demonstrates that you have the experience, education and competency to successfully lead and direct projects in any industry. You can also become PMP certified by attending PMP certification preparation course offered by Uloom Training. To get started, click on PMP menu option.
Who can become PMP?
Anyone can become PMP certified project manager. If you have project related experience in any industry such as IT, Engineering, Business Management, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Mining, Banking/Finance, Pharma, etc., you can apply to become certified project manager. For additional information, please contact Us or click on PMP menu option.
Why become PMP certified?
PMP certified project managers earn more than non-PMP project managers. More and more employers are recognizing the benefits of hiring PMP certified project managers. Some of the benefits are ability to lead large, complex and high-profile projects using proven methodologies, techniques and best practices. According to industry statistics, PMP certification leads to around 10% increase in income within one year of certification. Additionally the following table demonstrates median salaries of project management professionals in Canada according to how long they’ve held PMP certification:
Less than 1 year: $86,000
1 to 5 years: $100,000
5 to 10 years: $108,206
10 to 20 years: $118,000
What does PMP project manager do?
A PMP certified project manager is responsible to apply formal project management knowledge, tools and techniques to a wide range of project activities for successful delivery of any project. A PMP certified project manager can confidently manage large, complex, high-profile and multiple phase projects. A PMP project manager is well versed in effectively managing various aspects of a project such as scope, time, cost, risk, stakeholder, quality, communication and project team. To learn more about role, responsibilities of a PMP certified project manager, please attend a FREE information seminar by contacting Us.
What is the Career Path for PMP professional?
PMP certification is the first major step for a project professional. This certification allows a project manager to either expand his/her career both horizontally and vertically. Many project managers specialize in related branches of project management such as Risk Management, Schedule Management and Agile Project Management. Others choose vertical path to Program Management and Portfolio Management. The PMI offers certification and necessary training in all branches of project management. For additional information please contact Us or visit PMI website.
What is CAPM?
CAPM stands for Certified Associate in Project Management certification offered by Project Management Institute (PMI) located in USA. CAPM is valuable entry-level certification for beginner project practitioners such as junior project managers, project coordinators, project assistants or leads. CAPM demonstrates your understanding of fundamental knowledge, terminology and process of project of effective project management. You can also become CAPM certified by attending CAPM certification preparation course offered by Uloom Training. To get started, click on CAPM menu option.
Who can become CAPM certified?
Anyone can become CAPM certified practitioner. Whether you are a new graduate looking for a career opportunity or an experienced professional interested in project management, CAPM is for you. CAPM practitioners are in demand in various industries namely IT, Engineering, Business Management, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Mining, Banking/Finance, Pharma, etc. For additional information, please contact Us or click on CAPM menu option.
What does CAPM practitioner do?
A CAPM practitioner works as an entry-level project manager or a project coordinator/assistant to a project manager. A project coordinator is responsible for coordinating all project activities with various stakeholders. Acts as an assistant to a project manager in preparation of project schedule, project budget, project reports, project communication and administrative activities. A CAPM practitioner is well qualified to perform his/her duties utilizing project management methodology and best practices. To learn more about role, responsibilities of a PMP certified project manager, please attend a FREE information seminar by contacting Us.
What is the Career Path for CAPM practitioner?
A CAPM practitioner can choose to become PMP certified project manager after accumulating three years of work experience. Since CAPM certification expires in 5 years, most practitioners write PMP certification exam within five years. This allows practitioners to work as qualified project managers in any industry of their choice.