Project Management Prep
Prepare to earn your Project Management Professional® certification
Project managers who are dedicated enough to their profession to get a certification from a governing body stand apart from the crowd. Current and potential employers see that you have a strong foundation in project management as well as the desire to be at the top of your professional game.
The Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification, offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), is one of the most valued certifications available in project management today.
In Project Management Prep you will:
Align your project management practice with the PMBOK® Guide terminology and school of thought
Formulate a test-taking strategy with the guidance of a PMP®-certified instructor
Receive class materials and the following books:
-The Fifth Edition PMBOK® Guide -The PMP® Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, Fourth Edition
PMI®, PMP®, and PMBOK® Guide and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.
Prepare yourself for the PMP exam
This Project Management Prep program uses lecture, in-class exercises and practice questions to teach you what you need to know for the PMP® Certification Exam. Attendees must have a background knowledge in project management, as this is not a foundational program.
In this program you will:
Learn helpful approaches to study for the exam
Identify areas that require further self-study in order to prepare for the test
Align your practical knowledge with the PMBOK® Guide terminology
The ideal candidate will have previously attended a formal project management class and be familiar with concepts presented in the PMBOK® Guide from the Project Management Institute.
Who should attend
The ideal candidate will have previously attended a formal project management class, will be familiar with concepts presented in the PMBOK® Guide from the Project Management Institute, and is planning to take the PMP exam within 60 days of completing the class.
Participant titles/job functions may include, but are not limited to:
- Project managers
- Project coordinators
- Project analysts
- Product managers
- Program managers
- Project team members