How do I become a project management professional?

1 minute   |  PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Do you want to become a project management professional, but unsure what you’ll need to succeed?

The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s leading project management organisation, with over 450,000 Global Members. To become the ultimate project management professional, you need PMI approval, which requires a certain level of education and experience but which can be achieved through an online project management course.

Watch this short video where Patrick Browning, Head Tutor of the University of Cape Town Advanced Project Management online short course, takes you through the prerequisites for PMI approval.

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Move beyond the basics and become an invaluable member of your organisation, with the UCT Advanced Project Management online short course.

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PMI Prerequisites: A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent); 7,500 hours leading and directing project; 35 hours of project management education. Or: A four-year degree; 4,500 hours leading and directing projects; 35 hours of project management education.