What has the impact been on your career since becoming a Chartered Project Professional (ChPP)?
ChPP has enabled me to demonstrate my credentials in my chosen area of interest - strategy execution in health. For me, it’s a way of showing my expertise which is particularly important when you’re working with client organisations.
What does being chartered mean to you?
Chartered is a mark of quality and a symbol that I’ve achieved an independently verified standard. Achieving it is also a huge confidence builder.
Would you recommend becoming a ChPP?
I’d highly recommend becoming Chartered. I think it’s an excellent way of demonstrating professional experience through a robust and independently verified standard.
What are you tips for applying to become a ChPP?
My tips for applying to become ChPP are to take your time and to have at least one mentor who will work with you on your application. Ideally this could be someone who’s already Chartered.