The Project Management Institute’s (PMI)® Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification is the preeminent professional credential for individuals associated with project management. Our PMP training course provides students with the education, the materials and the support necessary to prepare for the challenging PMP® exam. Completion of this course also qualifies as the formal education requirement needed to sit for the PMP® certification exam.
HOW OUR PMP® TRAINING COURSE BENEFITS YOU:
- Learn the entire PMBOK® Guide–Seventh Edition with our experienced and certified PMP® instructors.
- Prepare for the exam with our interactive study program which includes flashcards, online quizzes, and more.
- Discuss topics and network with peers from a variety of industries.
- Stay on track to complete your PMP® studies with our structured learning environment.
- Meet the 35 hour project management education prerequisite.
- Take advantage of your employer’s tuition reimbursement program.
- Earn up to 35 PDUs.
Upon completion of the course, students will be awarded 35 PDUs by the Project Management Institute.
INCLUDED IN G-MAN CYBER SECURITY TRAINING CENTERS’ PMI PMP® COURSE:
- Authorized/Official PMI PMP® Courseware
- Authorized/Official PMI PMP® Practice Exams
- Cybervista 180-Day Exam Preparation which provides students with a full bank of questions with custom quiz settings, detailed explanations and references, performance tracker and key concepts flashcards
- 35 Contacts Hours – Necessary for exam eligibility
- Certificate of Completion
- Continuing education units for relevant courses
PMP® CERTIFICATION TRAINING PREREQUISITES
In order to sit for the PMP® examination, applicants must meet certain experience and education requirements. These include:
- At least a four-year degree (bachelor’s or the global equivalent) and at least three years (or 4,500 hours) of project management experience leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education, or;
- A high school diploma (or global equivalent) with at least five years (or 7,500 hours) of project management experience leading and directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.
TOPICS COVERED IN OUR PMI PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL® TRAINING CLASS
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Initiate a project.
- Plan project work.
- Develop project schedules, cost estimates, and budgets.
- Plan project quality, staffing, and communications.
- Analyze project risks.
- Plan project procurement.
- Execute project work.
- Monitor and control project work.
- Monitor and control project schedule and costs.
- Monitor and control project quality, staffing, and
- Monitor and control project risks and contracts.
- Close the project.
COMMON PMP TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION QUESTIONS:
Is the PMP® exam difficult?
It definitely can be! Any certification, especially an advanced certification such as the PMP®, can be difficult if candidates are not properly prepared. Proper preparedness includes understanding and being able to apply the exam material, as well as, being comfortable in a testing environment. We design our classes to address both needs so that students have the best chance possible to pass on their first attempt.
Is getting a PMP® worth it?
In most cases, yes! The PMP® certification is often a requirement for many Project Management positions and it is known to help applicants secure a higher salary for these jobs as well, when compared to their non-certified peers. There is also an added respect among colleagues that comes with earning your PMP®. No matter your motivation for earning the PMP® certification, there is a good reason to attain it.
Can you pass the PMP® without experience?
You can’t even sit for the PMP® exam without some experience. Depending on your educational background, you will be required to show 4,500-7,500 hours spent managing projects. However, this is not as hard as it may sound. Have you ever planned a wedding or managed a home improvement project such as building a deck or renovating a kitchen? These are all projects and if you actively managed them, they count toward your experience requirements.
How do you become eligible for the PMP® certification?
To be eligible for PMP® certification, you must first meet specific education and experience requirements and agree to adhere to a code of professional conduct. PMI’s® education requirements will be fulfilled by successfully completing the UMBC PMP training course, but the experience requirements are extensive, and can be referenced more specifically at www.pmi.org. The final step in becoming a PMP® credential holder is passing a multiple-choice examination designed to objectively assess and measure your project management knowledge.
PMI® PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL (PMP)® TRAINING COURSE
Student will receive a refund of paid registration fees only if G-MAN CYBER SECURITY Training Center receives a notice of cancellation at least 10 business days prior to the class start date for classes or the exam date for exams. After 10 days company credits for future training will be issues.