Certification Project Manager - UNI 11648 

Certification is aimed at project managers with operational/managerial responsibilities.
A “project” is defined as a managerial process that starts from an initial idea or concept and culminates in the realisation of a new system, technological product, public work, service, software application or similar deliverable. It therefore covers a broad spectrum of work, spanning all fields of production.

UNI 11648  standard establishes a set of criteria or basic requirements for the professional qualification of practitioners of this type, in terms of standards of knowledge, skills and abilities, which the market and all economic operators can use as a reference. The same reference can in fact cover all professional activities involved in project management, on either a full-time or part-time basis, for professionals who also fulfil other organisational roles.

Obtaining certification is therefore an effective way of raising the professional profile of individual professionals, providing the market with reliable references and guarantees of quality, standing out in the market and equipping clients with straightforward guidance on the choices available to them.

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