AMA’s Certification in Management (CPM) preparation programs and resources are recommended tools to help candidates prepare for the Certification in Management (CPM) exam. It is strongly encouraged to take an instructor-led course, self-study with The Management Body of Knowledge, or complete the practice exam (coming soon) to help prepare for the exam experience.

Instructor-Led

Certified Professional in Management (CPM) Exam Prep Course

Classroom Exam Prep Course – Now Available with Remote Access

AMA's Certified Professional in Management (CPM) Exam Prep Course helps candidates explore and practice foundational skills required to be successful in management, outlined in an authoritative body of knowledge, and as such is a valuable (though not required) resource to prepare for the CPM exam. Registration for this course includes a copy of The Management Body of Knowledge.

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Self-Study

The Management Body of Knowledge

The Management Body of Knowledge

This essential resource is AMA’s flagship publication and outlines the best combination of knowledge, skills and abilities that managers need to successfully perform and deliver results in today’s complex business world. This resource guide has been designed as the benchmark of essential management tools and key competencies.

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Practice Exam

Practice Exam

Assess your skills and prepare for the (AMA-CPM™) exam.

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Prepare for your AMA CPM exam by downloading your complimentary AMA Certified Professional in Management™ Candidate Handbook.

At Your Company Location

Bring the Exam Prep Course to Your Company Location

Bring the Exam Prep Course to Your Company Location

Prepare your managers to certify as a team, conveniently at your location, for the greatest impact of management certification across your organization.

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Eligibility

In order to satisfy the requirements of our certification mission, AMA has created eligibility requirements; a fair, valid and reliable examination; and ongoing maintenance of recertification requirements, through which candidates can demonstrate their management competencies.