This course introduces participants to many of the concepts found on the CAPM and PMP certification exams. The course uses the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge Fifth Edition as the source material and aligns with the certification exams released after July 31, 2013, as well as covers the new test objectives scheduled for January, 2016. Participants will earn 35 PDUs upon completing this course. The numbers appearing after each topic (e.g. 1.1, 1.2) refer to the corresponding section of the PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition. The PMP certification is authored and maintained by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a non-profit organization that collects and disseminates project management best practices. Over 600,000 people in 170 countries hold the PMP credential. The PMP exam is generally viewed as notoriously difficult. Course Details: ::Class Duration: 4 days (Public Classes) (35 contact hours) or 4 or 5 Days (Client site, based on client preference) (35 contact hours) ::Course Materials Provided: PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition, electronic student manual, over 60 electronic templates and sample project management documents, electronic ITTO test question (with thousands of variations), electronic definition flashcards, and approximately 1,000 sample questions.
PMP candidates with a four-year degree or higher must have 4500 hours of project management experience in the last eight years. PMP candidates with a high school equivalent must have 7500 hours of project management experience in the last eight years.
4 to 5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for those preparing to take the CAPM and PMP certification exams.