The PMP credential is globally recognized and demanded. It demonstrates to employers, clients, and colleagues that a project manager has the knowledge, experience, and skills to bring projects to successful completion. A PMP is recognized for the ability to lead and direct projects. PMPs routinely earn a higher salary in the workforce than non-credentialed project managers.
Earning the PMP credential includes passing a rigorous 200-question 4-hour examination; which means preparation is key. The PMP Prep course provides the 35 hours of formal education that is required even before applying for the exam. In addition, PMI requires significant documented project management experience in order to sit for the exam.
Instructor, Joe Matthews, MOD, PMP is a certified Project Management Professional, Past President of PMI WLEC, holds a Masters of Organization Development from Bowling Green State University, and has more than 18 years of experience managing manufacturing and construction projects. Working closely with the Project Management Institute’s Western Lake Erie Chapter, Joe supports your efforts to apply for the examination in addition to preparing to pass it.
The exam application/certification fee to the Project Management Institute is not included. Course material of $259 is due the first day of class and made payable to PMI Western Lake Erie Chapter. PMI Membership (optional) is $129 to join plus $10 application fee (www.pmi.org).
2/23 – 4/6
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Download the PMI Project Management Flyer.
What Do You Get For Your Investment?
- Your own copy of Andy Crowe’s How to Pass the PMP on Your First Try textbook.
- Spiral-bound workbook containing the instructor’s presentation slides.
- A 6-page laminated Quick Reference Guide.
- 250 Flashcards.
- 6-CD set of audio discussions by Andy Crowe, Lois Alderman and Bill Yates.
- 6 months of access to the web-based, 200-question Practice Test.
- 3 months of access to Pass the PMP (audio and video lessons, a testing lab with 500 questions and a media center with exercises and handouts).
Upon joining the Project Management Institute as a member, you will also be able to download a PDF version of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).
For more information, contact Carl Dettmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (567) 661-7319.
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