This practical, hands-on course provides experienced project managers with the knowledge and understanding required to sit for the PMP or CAPM Certification exams. The primary learning focus is on Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), certification requirements, and strategies for passing the exam. The curriculum provides detailed overview of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) process groups and knowledge areas. In addition, you will earn 35 PDU’s from the completion of this course.
This course is an excellent choice for experienced project managers, developing project managers, and those seeking to advance their careers in government and industry. It is the perfect course or preparation for any project team member seeking to move beyond Project Management to Project Leadership by documenting and certifying their experience and skills.
After completing this course, students will:
Ideally, prospective students should be experienced in aspects of project-based activities. Certification does not focus on any one organization type or specialty area and has broad appeal for students at all levels of government and industry. However, PMP certification requires 4,500 hours of documented project experience combined with possession of any bachelor’s degree, or, 7,500 hours of documented project experience for those who do not hold a bachelor’s degree. Documented experience must be in leading or directing project tasks and must have occurred within the last eight years. CAPM certification requires 1,500 hours of documented project experience combined with possession of any bachelor’s degree, or, 2,500 hours of documented project experience for those who do not hold a bachelor’s degree. The PMP exam is comprised of 200 questions and the CAPM exam is comprised of 150 questions. Combine with Project Manager's Lab for Hands-On Training