This intensive exam preparation workshop will provide a roadmap for how to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®’s) Project Management Professional examination (PMP® exam). The workshop is kept up to date with the framework of knowledge outlined by the Project Management Institute’s PMBOK® Guide. Instructors (PMP® certified) will share test-taking tips, study strategies, and review of critical materials that will directly assist you in passing the PMP® exam. The course includes a comprehensive workbook and a sample examination. Each module includes Study Tips and Topics to Know for the PMP® exam.
Who should attend?
Individuals just starting the process, which need to prepare for the PMP® certification exam as quickly and effectively as possible.
OR, individuals who have completed their educational requirements and need a “refresher” course before taking the PMP® exam.
PMP® Certification Qualifications
Certification requires proving your ability to manage projects. You must meet the following requirements:
- Minimum of 35 hours of Project Management classroom and/or e-Learning instruction
- Bachelor’s degree and 4,500 hours of project management experience over 3 years/36 months
- 7,500 hours of project management experience over 5 years/60 months (if NO degree)
- Complete and submit the PMP® certification application directly to PMI®
- Pass the 4-hour “computer-based” 200-question exam
In order to take the exam, you must apply directly to PMI® and pay the exam fees prior to the examination. Go to www.pmi.org for detailed information and forms needed for the exam.
Why Become a PMP®?
The PMP® designation is recognized worldwide as the standard of the profession, attesting to one’s core knowledge and understanding of critical Project Management concepts, principles, and techniques. Certification sets Project Management Professionals (PMP®’s) apart from the crowd.
Eligibility: You should have at least 15 hours of dedicated Project Management training before taking this workshop, in addition to the standard PMI® requirements.