When a person gets up in the morning, the first thing they do is shut off their alarm. The alarm is there to make sure that they actually get up. Now, most people have to get up in the morning because they all have to get to work to earn a salary. Some people who work do not have that much responsibility. Higher ups may stress how important each job is, but at the end of the day, some people are just easily replaceable cogs in a machine. But a project manager is not a replaceable cog. A project manager is the person who makes sure that things gets done, who keeps all the cogs going. But, every now and then, the governing body that gave a project manager recognition will have to step in and make sure that said professional is living up to their standards, which is when a PMP audit is initiated.
Before even getting appraisal, a person must first qualify as a Project Management Professional. In order to do that, a person needs to be educated, they must have a high school diploma or an associate degree or a full four year degree. Applicants must also have thirty five hours of project management education.
An audit is an appraisal. What that means is that a governing body or a sanctioning board is simply making sure that its members are as qualified as they say they are. The last thing certifying bodies need is people who misrepresent themselves in order to appear qualified for certain jobs.
An individual can be audited by the PMI for one reason. That reason is that there is no reason. Audits are random and the people being audited are chosen accordingly.
When an individual gets a review, there is no reason to panic. In most cases, the first thing to do is to comply. First, provide proof of education by forwarding copies of diplomas and certification. Next is to prove experience, which can be done easily. PMI already compiles work experience, so all that needs to be done is to have said compilations certified and sponsored by a manager or supervisor.
There is not a lot to expect during an appraisal. The majority of people will just receive a notice that one has started. Most notices come with a list of materials to be submitted.
Failing an appraisal can be easy. All a person has to do to lose PMP certification is to not comply, to do nothing during the ninety days which they are given to comply. The other way to fail is to be dishonest, to have misrepresented educational and professional experience.
Passing is easy. Most of the materials needed to comply with an audit are either provided by PMI or already in the hands of a person. All that is needed is to submit those materials within the ninety day grace period.
Most people participate in the economy. To do that, the need jobs. To get jobs, they need to be fully qualified for them.
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