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To get started, take the BPM Skills Self-Assessment to identify your strengths and weaknesses across six critical Practice Areas. You can also use our Learning Paths Guide to select the courses that are right for your career path and BPM job responsibilities. If you plan to take more than two or three courses, we suggest you pre-purchase the eight-course requirement to earn your BPM Certificate Program to save more than $2,000. Professional Membership is included for two years. If you want to take a few courses first, you can apply the courses you've taken towards the cost of the BPM Certificate at a later date.