Should you put PMP after your name?
Always use PMI certifications properly.
A credential appears immediately following a certification holder’s name, for example, “Joseph Smith, PMP” on business cards or in an electronic signature block. Used in this manner, the credential does not require use of the ® symbol, nor is an attribution statement required.
How do you put certifications on a resume?
For each resume certification entry, include the following information:
- Name of Certification.
- Name of Certifying Agency or Body.
- Dates of Obtainment.
- Location (If the certification is location-specific)
- Expiration date (If applicable; of course, don’t list certifications on a resume that have expired)
Can we use PMP logo on resume?
You may use the block letters “PMP,” but not the credential logo, on personal letterhead/stationery, on resumes, websites and in e-mail signatures. For optimal print quality, please use the jpg logo file at the size provided, or provide the eps logo file directly to your business card designer/printer.
How do you say that you are certified?
“I am certified as a hairdresser.” Second: If you say, “I am ABC certified”, “ABC” could be the organization that gave you the certification, or it could be the subject matter. Like, “I am Microsoft-certified”, or “I am Java certified.” There should be a “in” instead of “on”.
How do I add PMP to my CV?
How to add the PMP® Credential to your CV
- Under the sub-title of Certifications, enter the phrase “Project Management Professional” depending on your achievement.
- List the training provider that you studied within this case The Knowledge Academy.
How do I add a PMP to my name?
The very first pencil, which is to the right of your profile picture, will allow you to add “PMP” after your name. Add a comma and the letters “PMP” after your last name in the “Last Name” box.