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In 1984, PMI announced its first Project Management Certification – PMP®. Ten years ago there were 6. Today, the number of PMI certifications, micro-certifications and other accreditations is steadily approaching 30. Which one is right for me? Which one best reflects my profile as a project management professional? Which ones do employers know? Together we will find the answers to these and other questions.



Karolis Mickevičius – Mėgelaitis

Director of Ad projectum, founder of ProjektuKursai.lt, IPMA Young Crew mentor, the only accredited PMP® certification trainer in the Baltic States, member of PMI, PMI Lithuania Chapter and Lithuanian Project Management Association (LPVA), co-author of the first dictionary of project management terminology. Karolis has gained versatile experience working on various types of projects: IT, banking, marketing, reorganisation, energy, transport, infrastructure, social, etc. Karolis is not only interested in the practical side of Project Management, but also works on the theoretical and scientific aspects. Karolis is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®, PRINCE2 specialist, Professional Scrum Master and Product Owner (CSP-SM)®, (PSM)® and Product Owner (CSP-PO)®, Agile Project Leader (CAL)®, Agile Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®, ICAgile Professional (ICP)®, PMO Practitioner (PMO-CP)®, Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)®, Certified CompTIA Project+®, DSDM®, ITIL®, and Points of You® Specialist.