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I'm a Project Management Assistant.How my PMP certification can influence in my job role?
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PMP certification is perceived as a "confirmation" that somebody who did the exam understand the PMBOK framework and can apply it to practise/ situational scenarios asked in the exam.
I assume the role above is a current one, but you also worked in the PM role in the past. Besides personal profile fit for a PM position, the PMP certification is at least a convincing argument that you are a good candidate for a PM position and to continue your PM career.
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1 reply by Pavithra Pannerselvam
Sep 13, 2017 6:51 AM
Pavithra Pannerselvam
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Thank you for clarification:)
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Sep 13, 2017 4:45 AM
Replying to Peter Ambrosy
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PMP certification is perceived as a "confirmation" that somebody who did the exam understand the PMBOK framework and can apply it to practise/ situational scenarios asked in the exam.
I assume the role above is a current one, but you also worked in the PM role in the past. Besides personal profile fit for a PM position, the PMP certification is at least a convincing argument that you are a good candidate for a PM position and to continue your PM career.
Thank you for clarification:)
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Hi Pavithra,

in addition to what Peter already mentioned you might refer to the following guide for further information if PMP might be the right choice for you:

The Complete Guide To “How To Get PMP Certification”

And if you decide to go for this credentials my little 5 Step Guidance article might be also interesting for you:

PMP®: Getting “Project Management Professional (PMP)® in 5 Steps

Please let me know if you have any further questions regarding this topic.

Regards,

Markus
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1 reply by Stéphane Parent
Sep 13, 2017 1:59 PM
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Pavithra already has the PMP certification, Markus.

Her question is more about how useful it is when you are not the project manager. Peter's answer is correct.
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Sep 13, 2017 11:27 AM
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Hi Pavithra,

in addition to what Peter already mentioned you might refer to the following guide for further information if PMP might be the right choice for you:

The Complete Guide To “How To Get PMP Certification”

And if you decide to go for this credentials my little 5 Step Guidance article might be also interesting for you:

PMP®: Getting “Project Management Professional (PMP)® in 5 Steps

Please let me know if you have any further questions regarding this topic.

Regards,

Markus
Pavithra already has the PMP certification, Markus.

Her question is more about how useful it is when you are not the project manager. Peter's answer is correct.
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Benefits of PMP There are many benefits of doing PMP certification. PMP Certification is the most popular certification offered by PMI. 1. It is a highly reputed, widely accepted and globally recognized Project Management Certification 2. It is valued Globally across various Industry Verticals 3. It tends to increases customer's confidence in you and your organization 4. It demonstrates Proof of your professional achievements 5. It increases your marketability in the industry 6. It showcases your knowledge of Project Management to other professionals 7.  This guide gives complete information about the PMP Exam, including: 1. Eligibility Criteria for the PMP Exam 2. Pros & cons of different modes of training 3. Study approach to pass the exam in first attempt 4. Suggested PMP exam preparation schedule 5. Recommended study material for the exam prep Good luck.


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My 2 cents on this: I think of any credential (certification or academic) as a 'tool' at my disposal to do the best job I can do. I succeed in a role because of results, and by using the correct way to create results. A credential should allow to signup for more responsibility or larger projects, to showcase talent.
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I would say if you start applying tools and techniques you have learned to your present job assignment (which seems a perfect fit to PMP credential), you will definitely prove to manage projects in a much better and organized way.
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My idea , it does not work for you, you need to pass CAMP then after minimum 10 years working in project then you will be eligible to have PMP certificate which give you better idea in your work environment specially if you work in Danfoss and you can upgrade in your career... Good Luck
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Well, i think first of all , you will think in a different way and you will see things from a different perspective , and as you apply your skills , i think you will show that your knowledge in Project Management is enhanced when you have got you PMP .

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