Is Getting a Project Management Certificate Worth it?

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OTHER, Calif. - March 20, 2013 - PRLog -- La Habra, CA, March 2013 /ProjectManager/ -- The latest Whiteboard session video released by Project Manager Ltd was about the worth of getting a PM Certificate. Many PM certified project managers get more projects than those who are not. The reason which is closest to reality is that they have a certain sheet of paper which proves their credibility, knowledge and competitiveness. Although, it is also true that many non PM certified project managers are a way lot better than those who has certificates, most companies don’t look at it that way; they need a proof that a project manager is worth the pay than risking a certain project just to see if a PM can handle it or not.

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The Benefits

The benefits of getting a certification , regardless of the field, is that it hastens the essence of competitiveness, Body of knowledge, credibility and professionalism of an individual by showing a proof to everyone that a series of training has been undergone just to get this certificate; doesn’t matter how hard it is.

The results of these benefits would be a raise in, not just project opportunities, but in compensation. More opportunities would come since there already is a proof saying that this person is competitive and knowledgeable enough about this field which gives investors a good impression that their project will be worth the risk with this person since he has proof that he can do it.

The raise in compensation is not just directly about the salary, Compensation comes in many different ways, it could be in the by getting respect from the workforce or having the opportunity to travel to exclusive locations, getting more projects and other perks that a regular PM cannot normally afford to have.

There are also PMs who don’t consider certifications as a righteous basis of their competitiveness; to them, it is just a piece of paper which brags about a certain event a PM has attended to and is not enough to prove the credibility of a PM. No matter how one looks at PM certifications, the important thing is that he doesn’t lose the feeling of self-worth and competitiveness so that he could surpass any hurdle that comes his way.

About Project Manager

Founded in 2008 by 4 guys who wanted to create a better toolset for managing projects. In just 12 months of going live, they grew to 25 staff and a healthy revenue stream. Project Manager now has customers in more than 100 countries and is one of the fastest project management service providers on the net. More than 70% of their customers are based in the USA with organizations like NASA, United Nations, Boeing and Volvo all managing projects on their platform.

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