Since our inception, PCMInst  has been totally focused on building a strategic, quality practice.

Professional Certification Management Institute is a nonprofit corporation, specifically to provide professional certification management services. We support and enforce industry standards by ensuring resource certifications exist and are maintained for undertakings where public funds are expended. In addition, the purpose of our organization is to provide the format that vets and validates contract resource certifications for participation in any public sector endeavor that uses tax dollars and requires the use of professional resources. We further our purposes under this program by conducting the following activities:

We will work with certifying entities, such as schools, institutes, and associations to provide opportunities for professional industry-recognized certifications for both individuals and organizations. We will also work with public entities to ensure project resource candidates are properly certified prior to project execution.


In addition, we will support and enforce industry standards by ensuring that industry recognized resource certifications exist and are maintained for undertakings where public, and corporate funds are expended. We will also maintain and verify industry certifications for individuals for all professions, and perform as a certification validation and certification maintenance entity, as well as a repository for registrants.


The officers and directors administer this program. This program has already commenced and consumes 100% of the organization's time. Initially, the organization's activities will be advertised through certifying entities, training centers, educational institutions, word of mouth, email, and personal contacts; and funded through registration fees, private and public donations. Planning for our program is conducted at our headquarters. Our program is designed to help the public, and private sector assist in the discernment of resources that negatively impact project outcomes by not possessing the necessary certifications and standardized skill sets. For any projects that utilize public funds resources should possess required industry-recognized certifications.

Through the successful execution of our program, we will further our non-profit purposes.

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