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PMI credentials certify your knowledge and experience in project management so you can be more confident at work and more competitive in the job market.
Project management is one of the top skill sets demanded by organizations around the world as more than $12 trillion is spent on projects. Many skilled practitioners are leaving or scheduled to leave the workforce due to retirement—a trend the Society of Human Resources (SHRM) identifies as having a major strategic impact for 64% of organizations worldwide. Therefore, there is a great demand for knowledgeable project managers. When these opportunities arise, certification helps make sure that you’ll be ready. PMI.org
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Core Tools to Successful Project Management- Eligible for supervisory certificate
Project management can easily become one of the most powerful tools any enterprise can implement to improve the bottom line. Designed for both credentialed project managers and for those who lead or manage projects within their job, this introductory program delivers the key knowledge you will use to deliver success in virtually any project, in any industry, whether for the small to medium-sized enterprise, or the large multi-national. Based on the Project Management Institute’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge - PMBOK™, this 1 day program introduces the following competencies: Evolution & Control Over Effective Project Scope and developing key supportive project documents including: Stakeholder Analysis, Project Charter, Work Breakdown Structure, Strategic Project Plan, Risk Analysis & Management, and more. 0.2 ILU's (International Learning Unit- ILU (© LERN) is an outcome based measurement of learning designed for lifelong learning activities).
Course Number: NMGT 132- Instructor: Alan Plastow, MAT, PMP
Certificate in Applied Project Management
This five day program is designed to help you learn project management in a short period of time. Program follows the Project Management Institute's PMBOK (Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Areas covered in the Project Management Framework include: Project Phases, Process Groups, Knowledge Areas, Identifying and Managing Project Constraints, Defining the Project and more. This unique program is composed of a blended learning environment molding classroom contact with online assignments, template reviews, and additional information 1.0 ILU's (International Learning Unit- ILU (© LERN) is an outcome based measurement of learning designed for lifelong learning activities).
Course Number: NMGT 120- Instructor: Alan Plastow, MAT, PMP
$1295- includes book
Project Management Professional – PMP - Exam Preparation
Designed as an intense review, this 20 hour course provides examination preparation for those who are preparing to make application for the Project Management Institute’s PMP™ credential. You will complete the credential and examination preparations as documented in the Project Management Institute’s PMP Handbook as well as the contents of the PMBOK Fourth Edition. Pre-requisites: You must have completed a basic project management course, covering: PMI Project Framework, PMBOK Knowledge Areas, PMBOK Process Groups, PMBOK Processes OR completed The University of Akron’s Certificate in Applied Project Management.
Course Number: NMGT 130- Instructor: Alan Plastow, MAT, PMP
$849- Introductory rate- includes book
Note: Offered at the Midpoint Campus Center in Brunswick several times per year.
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The 2010 PMI Pulse of the Profession study found that organizations with more than 35% PMP certified project managers had better project performance. And according to a 2007 PricewaterhouseCoopers survey, 80% of high-performing projects use a credentialed project manager. PMI credential holders are around the world and in every industry, from healthcare, telecommunications and finance to IT and construction.