PMP® is the most famous and important industry-recognized certification for project managers.
PfMP® is the rarest and hardest certification provided by PMI.
The information and preparation source for PMI-RMP® are much less then PMP®. Focusing on Risk Management, its range is narrower than Project Management and not as popular as PMP®.
Except schedule-specialized engineers, people often regard Schedule Management as "know-how of using MS Office Project (software)" and don't pay highly attention to it as it should be.The amount of PMI-SP® credentials is fewer then PMP® and PMI-RMP®.
Project Management Institute (PMI) also provide other certifications such as: PgMP® (Program Management Professional)、PMI-ACP® (PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner)、CAMP® (Certified Associate in Project Management) 、etc.
It is an entry level exam, often called as the "core exam."
GA exam is not hard according to internet-based discussion forums.
Most common LEED certification and also most popular ones.
(LEED AP Legacy’s registration/exam has been terminated.)
|Certification||Specialty or Name|
|LEED AP Legacy||(Outdated LEED AP)|
|LEED AP BD+C||Building Design + Construction|
|LEED AP O+M||Operation + Maintenance|
|LEED AP ID+C||Interior Design + Construction|
|LEED AP Homes||Homes|
|LEED AP ND||Neighborhood Development|
There are only 12 individuals hold 6 LEED AP credentials (Legacy + 5 specialties).
Our Mr. Nian is one of them. Data source: USGBC Directory,
No need to take exams but hard to achieve the requirement.
Individual who must hold LEED AP at least 8 years and be nominated by other LEED APs, pass the evaluation...etc., then earn the LEED Fellow credential.