There are three different skill levels of certification offered through the Construction Management Institute, including Professional, Expert and Master.
The Professional level is the starting point for many applicants. They then progress to the Expert and Master levels once they have built up some experience. You can find the eligibility requirements for each certification on the CMI Certifications pages.
In order to get your certification, you’ll need to take the relevant course with our approved course providers and pass the examination with CMI. Those who pass, become a member of CMI, and demonstrate an appropriate skillset which will then earn their certification.
You also need to have a membership with the CMI to be awarded your certification.
Certification must be renewed after three years, and will require continuing education credits. At this time, students can also upgrade to Expert or Master levels.
CMI currently offers certifications in Claims Consulting, Forensic Scheduling, Construction Management and Risk Management, and has plans to develop additional certifications in the near future.