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Program Management Professional – PgMP®

As a program manager, you’re a senior-level practitioner on the forefront of advancing your organization’s strategic goals. You manage multiple, related projects in a coordinated way, achieving benefits that could not occur if the projects were handled separately.

Please refer to page 35 of the Standard for Program Management, v3

PMI Risk Management Professional – PMI-RMP®

The PMI-RMP® certification recognizes demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the specialized area of assessing and identifying project risks along with plans to mitigate threats and capitalize on opportunities.

PMI Scheduling Professional – PMI-SP®

The PMI-SP certification recognizes demonstrated knowledge and advanced experience in the specialized area of developing and maintaining project schedules.

PMI Agile Certified Practitioner – PMI-ACP®

Created for those who believe in and apply agile principles and practices on projects. It requires a combination of training, experience and an exam. It also bridges agile approaches such as SCRUM, XP, LEAN and Kanban.

Certified Associate in Project Management – CAPM®

The CAPM® demonstrates your understanding of the fundamental knowledge, terminology and processes of effective project management

Project Management Professional – PMP®

The PMP® signifies that you speak and understand the global language of project management and connects you to a community of professionals, organizations and experts worldwide. Become a PMP and become a project hero. 


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I took a 35 hour PMP Exam Prep Course from James, which provided the PMBOK Guide and Supplemental questions, along with misc. training materials. For me, the prep course was critical to my success - presented great overview of material and how best to prepare for the exam. I took the prep course in October and scheduled my exam for December 4 (for 100 hours of additional study). I had the target exam date to work towards. I read the PMBOK Guide 2x in KA order and 1x in PrGr order, made notes on anything I felt I needed to focus on. I took 200 question practice exams several times - allowed me to see what areas I needed to focus on in my studies. I DID THE GIANT WALL CHART!!!! I tried to spend minimum 1 hour a day (sometimes it was closer to 3-4) and many hours on the weekend studying, etc. I spent the last week focusing on inputs, tools & techniques, and outputs. This was very helpful to me while taking the exam. For the actual exam, I brain dumped the formulas and the Process Group/Knowledge area grid. (I practiced my brain dump every morning for one week prior to the exam). This was very helpful - took me just over 3.25 hours tocomplete the exam and I spent the remaining time reviewing the questions I had marked (there were many!) The bottom line is you need to really understand the processes/knowledge areas and how they are interrelated .  . . and why they are ITERATIVE!!!

by Ryan M.