Testimonials…best training in town for PMP ®
“Good news! I took and passed the PMP test this afternoon. THANK YOU instructor, fellow classmates (and God)”….Rita Bruce., PMP.,
“What was THE most difficult examination I have ever taken is now behind me. I PASSED! Hallelujah!. It is with joy and much elation that I add “PMP” after my signature. All the best to each of you”…Ella Mulligan., PMP.,
“I took my exam yesterday and passed! It is a great relief and encouragement. I hope the rest of you will take the challenge soon. THANK YOU instructor for all your help and direction”…Nazeer Azeez.,PMP.,
“Regarding the exam, I felt at least around 25% tricky situational questions. If we leave that 25%, still we have around 75% of the questions that are direct or indirect questions which are completely covered from our class work (BIG THANKS to our tutor). I think that was more than enough to pass the exam”….Ramakrishna Bhatta, PMP.,
This course is designed to provide the essential preparation needed to pass the PMP exams. The PMP designation offers individuals worldwide recognition as project management professional, supported by core knowledge and understanding of critical Project Management concepts, principles and techniques.
The course has been developed for those individuals seeking to pass the Project Management Institute’s PMP certification exam, as well as any individual who has attended any Project Management Certification program in the past and needs to brush up on the material needed to pass the PMP exam. The course focuses on the PMBOK®, those specific areas covered in the exam, and study and test-taking tips using PMI® terminology.
Who should attend
Associate project managers, project managers, IT project managers, project coordinators, project analysts, project leaders, senior project managers, team leaders, product managers, program managers, and project team members seeking the PMP certification.
Students should have a general understanding of Project Management, or a strong desire to learn.
PMI has the following requirements for becoming a PMP:
- Bachelor’s degree and 4,500 hours of project management experience over 3 years/36 months
- If no college degree, 7,500 hours of project management experience over 5 years/60 months
- 35 Contact hours of continuous education. (This class satisfies the requirement of 35 contact hours of education needed to take the PMP exam.)