Advanced Project Management & PMP Certification Examination Training

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This is a comprehensive project management course that exceeds the Project Management Institute, Inc.’s (PMI) educational prerequisites for Project Management Professional (PMP)® and Certified Associate In Project Management (CAPM)® exam. Before attending the five-day formal course, each student must complete approximately forty hours of pre-course training.

This training provides the foundation for the intense forty hours of classroom instruction, which is provided over a period of five days by an experienced PMP® instructor. Seventeen modules are covered during classroom instruction, which covers PMI's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and generally accepted project management practices.

Student progress is monitored for both the pre-course training and classroom training, and each student is provided counseling as to his/her progress. Instructor assistance is provided for any weak areas in which the student may need to focus.

 * The online portion of the class starts October 2 and can be completed at home.*

Included in the cost of the course:
- 35-40 hours of pre-course online training
- 40 hours of classroom training
- Exam simulator
- Textbook and workbook
- PSIPM handout book with templates, forms, charts, etc.
- Project management quick reference desk guide
- Exam prep flash cards
- Project management CD audio discussing processes
- Course retake (no cost, except new material if required)
- Drinks, snacks, and lunch

*Note that a copy of the PMBOK book is not included in the cost of the course. We recommend that students become a PMI member and download the electronic version of the book.

For more information about the PMP Exam & Application Process: PMP Handbook

Appropriate For

Project managers, individuals who are unemployed or under-employed and want to build skills in project management

You Will Learn

The objective of this course is not only to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the appropriate exam but also to provide the students with working project management knowledge they can take back to their company and use as they conduct their professional responsibilities.


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