The Knowledge Assessments validate an individual’s knowledge of PM skills, as defined in PMI's PMBOK® Guide.
- Identify gaps in knowledge (individual/team)
- Helps identify specific areas where training/development should be directed (individual/team)
- Assessments are based on the current versions of the respective project and program foundational standards
- Test your PMs’ knowledge and understanding of key concepts within the PMI Foundational Standards
- Based on the reports, understand the knowledge gaps of your individual PMs or your team(s) and use this information to develop a training plan, curriculum, or coaching/mentoring programs
- Test progress of knowledge retained by re-assessing employees after training
- Assessments provide organizations with a “classic learning and development tool” to determine a baseline of the organization’s knowledge about project and program management.
All questions have been vetted and approved by PMI; therefore allowing participants to assess their knowledge compared to the world’s leading PM standards. Taking an assessment provides individuals and organizations with greater understanding of the gaps in their PM knowledge and allows organizations to define goals and objectives for continuous learning and development of their PMs and managers.
Why practitioners should take the knowledge assessments:
Earn Professional Development Units (PDUs):
Assessment takers can award themselves 3 PMI PDUs and enter them on the PMI website under "Self Directed Learning".
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