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BPM Certification means that an individual has:
Achieved appropriate professional experience and/or education;
Passed a rigorous examination of 130 questions;
Agreed to abide by a professional code of conduct;
Committed to maintaining an active credential through meeting continuing professional development requirements.
The CBPP® is unique in our rapidly changing market place. This certification has been developed by and for BPM practitioners. It is the first independent professional examination and certification program in the area of BPM. CBPP® has been designed to comply with international certification standards and is now the internationally recognized standard for BPM professionals. The certification will initially be offered by ABPMP through our chapters and affiliates worldwide, representing the largest qualified constituency of BPM practitioners today.
Certified Business Process Associate
The Association of Business Process Management Professionals International (ABPMP) is pleased to announce an associate level Business Process Management (BPM) practitioner certification: The Certified Business Process Associate (CBPA®). This certification can be earned by having either 1,250 hours of documented hands-on experience in a BPM related area OR a 4 year qualifying university degree and passing a comprehensive test. You may substitute qualified education or professional BPM training for up to 625 hours credit towards the work experience requirement if you do not have a qualifying university degree. The examination is specifically designed to challenge your understanding of the various BPM disciplines and the techniques that are used to improve business operations and enable organizational transformation.
Certified Business Process Professional
Welcome to the ABPMP's Certified Business Process Professional (CBPP®) Certification Program.
The Certified Business Process Professional Program is a professional certification program that requires experience, knowledge, and a commitment to professionalism, and is not a training program.