CMI PROFESSIONAL

Certified Construction Management Professional

CMI EXPERT

Certified Construction Management Expert

CMI MASTER

Certified Construction Management Master


CERTIFICATIONS

There are three different skill levels of certification for those seeking certification from the Construction Management Institute, including Professional, Expert and Master.

The Professional level is the starting point for many applicants. They can then progress to the Expert and Master levels once they have built up some educational and work experience. You can find the eligibility requirements for each certification on our site’s CMI Certifications page.

In order to get your certification, you need to take the required course with us or our approved course providers, and pass the examination with the CMI. We will then award you the certification if you demonstrate the appropriate competencies in your desired field.

You also need to have a membership with the CMI to be awarded your certification.

You will need to renew your certification every three years, which will require some continuing education credits, or you can choose to upgrade to Expert or Master by taking some additional coursework.

We are currently offering Certifications in Claims Consulting, Forensic Scheduling, Construction Management and Risk Management, but we will be developing additional certifications in the near future.


Our Process


Step 1: Student Membership

Before you can begin your journey toward earning your certification, you need to obtain a Student Membership, which is free.

Step 2: Choose Your Preferred Certification Type

After becoming a member, the next step is to choose your area of certification as well as the level you want to work toward.

Step 3: Take the Relevant Course From Our Approved Partners

Your student membership will allow you to complete the course of your choice.

Step 4: Pass the Exam and Upgrade to Regular Membership

Once you’ve passed your examination, you will be able to upgrade to Regular Membership ($13 a month) and receive your certification along with a host of other perks.

Step 5: Renew Your Certification or Upgrade to Expert and Master Levels

You will need to renew your certification every three years, which will require some continuing education credits, or you can choose to upgrade to Expert or Master by taking some additional coursework.


Certification Types



Certification Types Claims Consulting Forensic Scheduling Construction Management Risk Management
Professional CMI-CCP CMI-FSP CMI-CMP CMI-RMP
Expert CMI-CCE CMI-FSE CMI-CME CMI-RME
Master CMI-CCM CMI-FSM CMI-CMM CMI-RMM

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