What does it mean to be BPM Certified?
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 BPM Certification is unique in our rapidly changing market place. The BPM certifications have been developed by and for BPM practitioners. They are the first independent professional examinations and certification programs in the area of BPM. The BPM Certifications have been designed to comply with international certification standards and are now the internationally recognized standards for BPM professionals. The BPM certifications will initially be offered by ABPMP through our chapters and affiliates worldwide, representing the largest qualified constituency of BPM practitioners today.
There are three BPM Certifications:
- CBPA® – Certified Business Process Associate
- CBPP® – Certified Business Process Professional
- CBPL™ – Certified Business Process Leader
The graphic below demonstrates an easy way to determine which BPM Certification you can apply for based on your current skills, knowledge, and experience.
The BPM Certifications are based on a set of knowledge areas from the BPM CBOK®, a set of competencies from the ABPMP BPM Competency Model™, and work experience.
BPM CBOK® Knowledge Areas
BPM Competency Model™
- The ABPMP BPM Competency Model™ is a developmental path that outlines the skills, competencies and experience levels for individuals pursuing a career in Business Process Management.
- The ABPMP BPM Competency Model provides a developmental path that outlines the ABPMP BPM CBOK content with the ABPMP BPM Certifications.
BPM Competency Model™ and BPM Certification Level Requirements
| Process Analyst
|| Process Architect
||Chief Process Architect