Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®)

Internationally recognized, the PMI-RMP® certification makes you a highly in-demand expert in risk management. This designation attests to your ability to identify, assess and manage risk, mitigate threats, and take advantage of the opportunities presented to your organization.

Become indispensable.

The PMI-RMP® certification meets a rapidly growing demand in the project management market. Develop specialized risk management skills and play a leading role in an increasingly globalized, virtual and complex environment.

Why get the PMI-RMP® certification?

The PMI-RMP® designation clearly sets you apart from other professionals in the field, enhances the credibility of your organization and your team, and reassures your collaborators and stakeholders.

Eligibility

The PMI-RMP® certification is designed for professionals who want to become experts in risk management.

To be eligible for the exam, you must meet one of the two following requirements:

1. Bachelor's degree or higher, or equivalent, specifically 3,000 hours of experience in project management and 30 hours of formal risk management training.

2. Diploma of college studies (DEC) or high school diploma, or equivalent, specifically 4,500 hours of experience in project management and 40 hours of formal risk management training.

The exam is held at a Pearson Vue centre in your area.

The cost of the exam is US$520 for members and US$670 for non-members.

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Am I eligible?

To confirm your eligibility for the exam, you must submit an application detailing your professional experience in project management. Visit the PMI Global information page for more details.
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Maintaining your certification.

People with this designation must accumulate 30 professional development units (PDUs) in the specialized field of risk management every three years in order to maintain their credential. It is not mandatory to be a member of PMI Global or PMI-Montréal to do so. Consult the video on professional development units or the PMI-RMP® handbook for more details.

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