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Do you need a certification to be a project manager?

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2010-11-01 06:45:08

No. One does not need a certificate to be a project manager.

However, there are places the provide PMP certification.

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  • Project Management Professional, a certification in project management
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This is a Project Manager Professional certification and you can receive one at the Project management institute. You can find their website online and register there.


You can go to NetCom.com and earn your PMP Certification in just one week. To become a Product Manager you need to have 4500 hours PMP experience you can study online and earn your certification.


Project management professional certification has many benefits including preference from potential employers (over non PMP certified applicants), opportunities to connect to and network with other PMPs, and will teach you the skills and knowledge to be an efficient and successful project manager.


RMC Project Management is one of the best solutions for project manager certification courses. Visit www.rmcproject.com for all additional infos, schedules and prices.


Many job descriptions state that a PMP certification is a requirement before they will consider someone for employment as a project manager. The PMP is also a greatly valued certification because it is so difficult to get, so can assist you with salary negotiations. My brother completed their PMP Certification course at ExcelR Solutions. Now he got project manager job at a good company.


The difference is the assistant project manager has to confer with the project manager on major decisions.


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The project manager can become:- A Senior Project Manager- A PMO- A Program ManagerOf course after that he can become a CEO.


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A project manager oversees one particular project where a manager deals in general projects


Prince2 is a project management qualification. This comes in 2 parts, Foundation and Practitioner. The benefit of getting this qualification is to assist with employment prospects as a Project Manager.


It demonstrates your knowledge and dedication to constantly and successfully be a project manager. It’s worth probing the skills of applicants. Find out the last project they handled with creative thinking.


A BS/BA in anything would do. But the thing is you can't just become a Project Manager as your first job, you have to get promoted in order to become one. You start as a Project Assistant => Project Coordinator => Junior Project Manager => Project Manager => Senior Project Manager => Program Manager


Resident engineer is below project manager. Project Manager first, then Construction Manager, then Resident engineer.


The QA Manager is responsible for the Quality Assurance aspect of the Project. He coordinates with the QA team and ensure that the system is tested appropriately and liases directly with the Development Team Project Manager. A Project Manager is one who supervises/manages the operations of a project as a whole. Note: The QA Manager can be considered a Project Manager if the Quality Assurance part of a large project can be considered a small project in itself. He too would do, planning, negotiating and other activities that a regular Project Manager would do.


Do your software engineer role well and talk to your manager about taking up additional responsibilities as a Team LeadShow your expertise in handling the team and in a years time your manager will have enough confidence to make you a project leadContinue to perform well as a Project lead and in a few years time you can graduate into a project managerIn the meantime try to do some professional certification like the PMP. That would help you very much in your pursuit of project management as a career


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using the six stage project management model, chosing the team including the project manager occurs after the define stage, where the project brief is written and concurrently with the plan stage of the project. Its isn't until the plan stage that you will know what kind of skills the project manager will need.


The Project Management Professional Certification is one of the most respected Certifications in the Software Development Industry. Getting PMP Certified is not easy and any individual with this certification is respected by everyone in the industry. This is what makes this a valuable addition to your resume if you are interested in Project Management as a Career. A person with a PMP Certification represents the fact that, he/she is an established project manager and has the experience and expertise to manage projects effectively and make them a success.


no. the construction manager is the oveall planner of all things while project manager is the professional of project management only.


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Project managers are very well compensated, especially if they possess the PMP certification. A PMP certified IT project manager has the highest average salary in the IT field, at $120k+. Junior level project managers will obviously not make as much, but you can get a general idea - it really depends upon the field, years of experience, and certifications.


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The Project Management Professional Certification is one of the most respected Certifications in the Software Development Industry. Getting PMP Certified is not easy and any individual with this certification is respected by everyone in the industry. This is what makes this a valuable addition to your resume if you are interested in Project Management as a Career. A person with a PMP Certification represents the fact that, he/she is an established project manager and has the experience and expertise to manage projects effectively and make them a success.



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