09 Jan See The PMI Exams That Are Changing In 2018 Posted at 13:36h in PMP, PMP Exam Schedule, Training Programs by Michael Effanga 0 Comments 0 Likes PMI – 2018 Exam Changes Do you want to see the PMI exams that are changing in 2018? In 2018 the following PMI certification exams will be updated to align with recent developments in the profession You can get certified before this change by registering for any of our classroom / online training. Register Now 26 March 2018 Project Management Professional (PMP)® Updated to align with new terminology from PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition Current exam content outline remains relevant May include agile approaches and how they integrate with traditional project management 21 May 2018 Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® Take the CAPM Pilot Exam 12 March – 20 May 2018 and save up to US$210 off your exam fee. New exam based on PMBOK Guide® – Sixth Edition Includes agile approaches and how they integrate with traditional project management 26 March 2018 PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Updated to align terminology with new Agile Practice Guide Current exam content outline remains relevant 25 June 2018 Program Management Professional (PgMP)® Updated to align terminology with The Standard for Program Management – Fourth Edition More information coming soon View training centers in Nigeria Q2 2018 PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)® Updated to align terminology with new The PMI Guide to Business Analysis – First Edition More information coming soon Why Certification Exams Change Exam updates help keep our certifications current with the evolving state of the project management profession. We update them in two circumstances: When we release a new exam content outline, which details the critical tasks and knowledge areas tested in the exam. When there is an update to an existing standard, or when a new PMI publication is added to a certification’s reference list. This ensures the questions align with any new terminology. In either case, the questions are written by active project management professionals and reflect the latest information and best practices in our global profession.