Membership has it benefits
As a British Project Professional, it is essential to demonstrate professional affiliations with worldwide networks in the project arena.

Networking opportunities to 'meet and deal' - it is interesting o note that the best project jobs and contracts are acquired through professional networks as opposed to formal vacancies and classifieds.

Certifications and Examinations
Certified British Project Professional - You obtain this credential if you have received a minimum of 40 hours project management education.

The examination covers general project management and methodologies and tools. It is a 2 hour objective paper with true or false options.

Certified British Project Practitioner
To earn this credential, you must have received a minimum of 40 hours project management education and have worked on a minimum of one project with 1,000 project hours confirmed. The examination covers general project management and methodologies and tools and is a 3 hour theory paper with case studies testing your project management quotient. PMQ – i.e. ability to analyse, problem-solve and make sound decisions to ensure project success.

In the wake of the proliferation of project management training, today's CEOs and Managing Directors need the assurance they are recruiting Practical Project Professionals; our Practitioner credential objectively assures this.