Companies employ project managers to ensure the success of their products, ensure schedules are adhered to, and ensure happy clients. They are responsible for setting goals, developing plans, motivating workers and monitoring progress.
Obtaining certification other than a degree can provide an advantage in a competitive job search. There are several important certification options to consider. You can find a course in ‘project management at Norges Eiendomsakademi’ (which is also known as ‘kurs i prosjektledelse via Norges Eiendomsakademi’ in the Norwegian language).
Certified Associate in Project Management
To get a CAPM, applicants must have, at a minimum, a high school diploma. They must also have 1,500 hours of practical experience. However, they can take the exam with 23 hours of previous education in force.
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Project Management Professionals
The requirements for the PMP exam are a bachelor's degree, 35 hours of prior education and three years of relevant experience with 4,500 hours of direction. Equivalent to these requirements is high school diplomas, 35 hours of education and five years of project management experience with 7,500 hours of leadership.
Professional Management Program
To get PgMP credentials, applicants must have a bachelor's degree and four years of previous experience. A suitable substitute is a high school diploma, seven years of program management experience and four years of project management experience.
PMI Agile Certified Practitioners
Applicants must have 2,000 hours of previous experience to obtain this certification. They must also have 21 hours of agile training contact and 1,500 hours of experience working with agile project teams in the past two years.
PMI Risk Management Professionals
Undergraduate degrees, 30 hours of relevant education, and 3,000 hours of experience are required for this option. Forty hours of relevant education, 4,500 hours of project risk management experience and a high school diploma can be replaced.