Why Choose a PMI Authorized Training Partner (ATP) for Your Training
Megan Bell, MPM, PMP

By: Megan Bell, MPM, PMP on August 26th, 2020

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Why Choose a PMI Authorized Training Partner (ATP) for Your Training

Project Management  |  PMP Exam Prep  |  Professional Development

With Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Authorized Training Partners (ATP) program, you can be confident that your training content and instructors align with industry standards and credential testing. Whether you are looking for training for your Project Management Office, your department, your team, or yourself, the ATP program ensures content consistency and quality.PMI ATP Logo

ATP Accreditation

The PMI’s Registered Education Provider (REP) program is being replaced by the Authorized Training Partner (ATP) program. The new program is the result of global market research and customer data indicating the need for not only content to more reliably be aligned with PMI testing, but for there to be higher consistently across instructors of PMI exam testing prep.

Selecting your Project Management training from a certified ATP partner ensures these 10 criteria are met:


The Project Management Academy recently earned the premier ATP accreditation, noted by the PMI issued verification.

Before you take the exam, download this guide containing secrets to help you pass.


ATP Benefits for Project Managers

From the perspective of the Project Manager working to reach PMP status or secure DA Certification, the ATP program provides:

  • Access to the highest-quality PMI-vetted PMP exam prep and training content
  • Verified, trusted PMP exam prep and training instructors
  • Faster, more effective trainer searches based on specialties, pricing, location, and more on pmi.org

Why ATP Certified Training and Trainers Benefit Project Managers

Ensure the quality and accuracy of your Project Management Professional (PMP®) training and the content used for earning your Professional Development Units (PDUs) with use of Project Management Institute (PMI) Authorized Training Partners (ATPs).


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About Megan Bell, MPM, PMP

A multi-hyphenate of corporate training, higher education, and creative agency work, Bell’s passion for connecting people to impactful information fuels an evolving career journey. Her portfolio includes conducting learning analytic research and reporting, managing a corporate mentoring program, authoring a blog series, facilitating leadership and career programs, serving on a non-profit board, and even occasional voice work. Bell’s education background encompasses UNC-Chapel Hill, Western Carolina University, and North Carolina State University.