PgMP ( Program Management Professional certification) ss an exam offered by PMI (Project Management Institute) for individuals in the project and program management domain. In 2007 PMI started this new certification exam - Program Management Professional (PgMP). A program is defined as a set of related projects with a common goal. PgMP certification is meant for managers with responsibility of running a program.
The PgMP credential recognizes the effort involved in program management, including coordinating project teams, product delivery, support, operations, and people from other functional groups. This course covers the essential PgMP terminology, tools, and techniques covered on the PMI PgMP exam, improves the program management competency, and increases the ability to contribute to the company’s success. Candidate will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively navigate the program management discipline and successfully prepare for the PgMP certification exam.
Senior Project Managers, Program Managers, Senior business consultants who plan to take the PMI-PgMP exam or anyone looking to lead large scale program implementations.
Unlike other PMI credentials, you must pass a sequence of three evaluations to obtain the PgMP credential apart from meeting minimum requirements for eligibility.
Candidate should have a minimum of four years(6000 hours) experience in the discipline of Project Management and a bachelor’s degree or a high school degree.
In addition you must have four years (6000 hours) of program management experience if you have a bachelor’s degree or seven years (10500 hours) of program management experience if you have a high school degree.
Evaluation 1 — Application Review:
Extensive application review during which a panel of program managers will perform a review of your professional project and program management experience.
Evaluation 2 — Multiple-Choice Examination:
Multiple-choice examination in which you will be called upon to demonstrate your ability to apply your knowledge to both situational and scenario-based questions.
Evaluation 3 — Multi-rater Assessment (MRA):
MRA is similar to a 360-degree review process. A team of raters that you select will assess your abilities to perform tasks that are pertinent to program
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