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I have not led a project of an industry, but I have an experience in Business Management whereby I have led a group of employees.

Can I still enroll for PMP certification?

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    Was anything in your job a "project"? Did you handle, say, the construction, staffing and opening of a new franchise lot? Or was it "just" the day to day work that happens? – nvoigt Jan 13 at 7:10
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    Only PMI can answer this. If we say "yes" and PMI says "no", the answer is "no". – Mark C. Wallace Jan 13 at 9:23
  • This one we can answer without contacting PMI, so i think it's worth to be opened because others might face the same problem. – Tiago Martins Peres Jan 13 at 15:12
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It depends. In PMI's website we can read the Official PMP Guide.

In that Official PMP Guide we can know the experience to qualify

  • 4-year degree, 3 years of experience leading projects, AND 35 hours project management education/training

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  • High school diploma, associate's degree or the global equivalent, 5 years of experience leading projects, AND 35 hours project management education/training

You need to be able to justify / prove / validate one or the other so that you can apply.

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