The PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)SM credential recognizes individuals who provide expertise in the specialized area of developing and maintaining the project schedule. This global credential acknowledges individuals who strengthen and support project management by offering knowledge specific to project scheduling.
The PMI-SP Role Delineation states that candidates for the credential:
- Can create and maintain the project schedule
- Be able to analyze the project schedule
Should be able to report and communicate the schedule to the project team
To be eligible for the PMI-SP credential, you must meet certain educational and professional experience requirements. All project management experience must have been accrued within the last five consecutive years prior to your application submission.
|Educational Background||Project Scheduling Experience||Project Scheduling Education|
|High school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent||At least 5,000 hours spent in the specialized area of professional project scheduling within the last five consecutive years||40 contact hours of formal education|
|Bachelor’s degree or global equivalent||At least 3,500 hours spent in the specialized area of professional project scheduling within the last five consecutive years||30 contact hours of formal education|
The Dayton / Miami Valley Chapter does not currently offer exam preparation classes for the PMI-SP credential. If you are interested in training for this credential, please contact the VP of Professional Development. Additional information concerning this credential can also be found on the PMI Website - Credential Overview page.