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Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Start Date: October 24,2023
End Date: December 7, 2023
Project Help: one on one consultation assistance with completing the PMP application form to get approval to take the PMP exam.
Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Prep is a 40-contact hour course designed to help current project management practitioners prepare for the Project Management Professional certification exam. This new program now includes predictive, agile and hybrid approaches, the PMP® proves project leadership experience and expertise at the workplace. Students will learn about the 5 Knowledge Domains/Process Groups and the 10 Knowledge Areas covered by the exam.
- Course includes self-paced multiple-choice quizzes and practice exams designed to ensure a solid understanding of materials.
- Course will be taught by a Certified PMP with over 16 years of professional project management experience within a global corporate environment.
- Course includes many assorted professional teaching aids to support students with the learning process and to ensure a thorough understanding.
General Topics: Initiating the Project, Planning the Project, Executing the Project, Monitoring & Controlling the Project and Closing the Project.
Materials: Three printed books with over 650 pages of content including a glossary of key PMP terminology. Online study tools such as a pre-test, study planner, chapter quizzes, review, a post-test, a PMP practice exam and one PMP Exam voucher with no retake.
Note: The PMBOK, 7th Edition book and other training materials will be included in the program.
Prerequisites: Must meet the requirements to sit for the PMP exam as set forth by the Project Management Institute: https://www.pmi.org/certifications/types/project-management-pmp
- A high school diploma or an associate’s degree (or global equivalent)
- 60 months leading projects
- 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® Certification
To be set up for success:
Meet the eligibility criteria: For being eligible for the PMP certification, you need to have a secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or equivalent) with a minimum of five years of project management experience or a four-year degree with at least three years of experience in project management. You also need to have completed 35 hours of project management education.
Submit your application: Once you meet the eligibility criteria, you need to submit your application for the PMP certification exam. You can do this online on the PMI (Project Management Institute) website. You will need to provide details about your education, work experience, and project management education.
Application review: PMI will be reviewing your application. They will verify your work experience and education, and will inform you if you are eligible to take the exam. If there are any discrepancies, they will inform you and request more information.
Who should attend?: Professionals who want to prepare for the Project Management Professional certification exam and earn the minimum 35 hours required to sit for the exam.
Financial Assistance: Need help paying for some or all of this course?
Other options: Visit our Financial Assistance webpage
Instructor: David Wood
Bio: Mr. Wood has held numerous positions with both large and small companies including: Martin Marietta in Denver, CO, Huges Aircraft Company in El Segundo, CA and Hewlett Packard in Palo Alto, CA. He has expertise in Business Information Systems, Network Infrastructure, IT Management and Project Leadership. Mr. Wood holds current certifications in Project Management Project (PMP), Agile Scrum Master Certification and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundations.
For more information, contact IT Program Coordinator Liz Steacker at 813-259-6508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org