Project Management Training For Certification

Traditional Four Day PMP Boot Camp. This program provides an intensive four day classroom approach for preparing for the PMP exam. This provides the most focused and efficient approach for preparing for the exam. The training program also provides the 35 contact hours needed for the PMP application.

As a new feature starting in the fall of 2015, we will be using software to allow a virtual classroom ‘simulcast’ to be done of all traditional four-day classroom sessions. Students who cannot attend the class – (any part or all of the class) – in person, can still attend from a remote location on their laptop. No downloads are required. All the virtual classroom sessions are recorded, and students will have access to these recordings also.

The pricing for project management training is currently $1,495 per student. Payment can by check or through credit card processing on the ‘Register’ page.

PMP Certification Training In Four Days Only!

We can also provide PMP certification training for companies who prefer to have the class scheduled on-site at a corporate location. Please contact the main phone number for any questions regarding registration, or class options.

The typical agenda for the four day bootcamp is:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
Introduction Review Day 1 Review Day 2 Review Day 3
Exam Strategies Scope Mgmt Cost Mgmt & Earned Value Risk Mgmt
Foundational Concepts Time Mgmt Earned Value Exercises Procurement Mgmt
Lunch
Integration Mgmt Network Diagramming Quality Mgmt Stakeholder Mgmt & Communications
Professional Responsibility N/W Diagramming Exercises Human Resource Mgmt Final Review

Students should bring their own copies of the PMBOK Guide, and we will provide all other materials including: student workbooks, practice exams, and hardcopies of the class slides. Continental breakfast will be provided each morning along with afternoon refreshments. Students are on their own for lunch.

As we do for all our PMP training programs, we will provide a personalized approach with small class sizes. Students are provided help before class begins on any questions about the application process, or pre-class preparations. Once the class has ended, the students still have access to their instructor, and can ask questions on any of the class materials to ensure they are prepared for the PMP exam.