The Chinese and English versions of the 7th edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge Guide will be published by Electronic Industries Press in January 2022 (tentative). Please look forward to it.

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The PMBOK Guide 7th Edition in Chinese and English

You can keep an eye on it:

PMP Exam Official Website — Home – Project Management Professional Qualification

PMI China website — The world’s leading project management association — PMI (China)

I don’t agree or disagree with this question. Just keep a neutral status.


It is not just the PMP certificate that is rubbish, but also the Mandarin IIA, the English 4-6 certificate, the Computer National II, etc. These are all useless certificates. I didn’t have much use for my job search after I graduated. It’s not even the foundation for taking the job. I’m not sure I’m going to be able to get a job.

The company’s main business is to provide a wide range of products and services to the public.

The second thing is that you feel that this certificate is a bit similar to the diploma.

The second is the fact that you can find a lot of people who are interested in the same thing. The big companies use it as a doorstop.

Without the certificate you are not qualified. The opportunity is not yours. That is the reality.

Thirdly, you have to attend training institutes to take full credits.

Because the PMP was introduced from abroad, the conditions of application include the need to have 35 professional development units and credits. That is, you have to attend the training institute’s training.

The training will cost money, which is around USD 315.95. In total, it will cost you about USD 947.85 to USD 1105.83. For the normal person, this could be a month or two’s salary. And a lot of time and effort has to be spent preparing for the exam. In the end, it will only be a certificate, and people will be angry.

But I don’t think so. It’s really right to think in this way. It can seem as a bit quick and easy. I think you can ask yourself what you have gained after learning PMBOOK and whether it will help you in your work.

If it does, the certificate itself is actually the icing on the cake. It looks better. If it doesn’t, then the certificate is really just a piece of paper. A piece of paper is used to bid on and conduct interviews. According to my observation, I found that most of the people who took the PMP exam were trying to get a certificate to change careers or get a raise. As for whether they really have mastered it or not, it is hard to say.

The PMP certificate doesn’t work if you say so, nor does it work if I say so. Although I am neutral. It only works if society says so.

The next thing I would like to do is to introduce in detail the contents of the PMP certificate:

The conditions for applying for the PMP certificate:

Candidates must have more than 35 hours of PMBOK learning or training experience in project management and present a copy of the relevant certificate (provided by the training center of the former State Administration of Foreign Affairs or training institutions authorized by PMI).

Project management experience is required for different education levels.

a.Bachelor degree or above (with degree certificate)

Applicants have at least 4500 hours of project management experience in the five major project management processes and the cumulative number of project management months is at least 36 months before 6 years from the date of application.

1. Bachelor’s degree or below (without a degree certificate)

Applicants without a bachelor’s degree or equivalent college degree or higher have at least 7,500 hours of project management experience in the five project management process. Within 8 years prior to the date of application, you have accumulated at least 60 months of project management months.

2. The process of applying for the PMP exam:

China International Talent Exchange Foundation website —-https://cciedump.spoto.net/

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