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  • #3093

    Ghost
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    Looking to get Project+ then PMP soon. I have the required exp hours and degree for PMP, just not the “training” and don’t know anything about Project+. Anybody here taken it before?

    #3095

    Vince McKeown
    Participant

    Hi Ghost, I am the instructor of the video course. Please feel free to ask your questions in this bulletin board and I can answer them. I would first start with these videos. The first thing I would recommend memorizing are the 10 Knowledge areas and the 5 process groups. After you have the “foundation” of the process table, I would then move towards memorizing and understanding where each of the 47 processes fit.

    #3096

    Ghost
    Participant

    Thanks Vince, will do.

    #8329

    Lights_Out
    Participant

    Remember, you must meet the prerequisites in order to take the PMP, if you do not meet the 5 years of experience with Projects they will not improve your application to take the exam. Project + is an excellent cert if you don’t meet the requirements for the PMP.

    #19396

    Vince McKeown
    Participant

    Another certification outside PMP is the CAPM (also by PMI). It’s a lot easier than the PMP as the questions are geared towards a Junior Project Manager.

    #28188

    braxton
    Participant

    Hi @vince McKeown from which site can i do PMP to get a certification. Most preferably which allows online activities like studying etc. I’m asking because i can’t see it here on #cybrary.

    #34654

    challyy2k3
    Participant

    Vince u re on point. Thanks for d light.

    #37045

    4m4d3u
    Participant

    @chally,
    As Vince said i advise you to take a CAPM preparation training, work in the industry for at least 1.5 year deal with real life projects and then you can apply for PMP you will have a good background and understand if this is really what you want instead of investing a lot of time studying for PMP.

    Cheers

    #39841

    Franck KAMGAING
    Participant

    thanks

    #40489

    d33p1yr00t3d
    Participant

    I thank you for the insight as well. I can see the value in obtaining the PMP as all IT aspects involve some formal planning, preparation and knowledge of the capital resources available, the time frame allotted and the scope of these service areas of operations.

    #71278

    crecxpo
    Participant

    Please what is next after this PMP course? Is this enough to pass the PMP Certification? Or what other materials/resources are needed to pass the PMP Certification? Thanks.

    #71768

    smart1970
    Participant

    After PMP you can go for PgMP (Program Management)

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