PMP Examination Preparation

¥68,999
Course Code: BPM105
Start Date: 2023/1/28 End Date: 2023/4/8 Day: Sat Time: 14:00-16:10 Hours: 23 Sessions: 10 Semester: Spring Elective certificate: Project Management Medium of Instruction: English Prerequisites: Students should have at least one course in project management, as well as work experience in a project environment. (If not, admission is subject to instructor approval). Students will need an internet connection and a Google account to take full advantage of course media. Also, since this is an intensive course based on hands-on group work, students wishing to benefit fully should expect to do significant pre-work for each class session. Special Notes: This course can count toward the education requirements for PMI certification (PMP or CAPM) or serve as a refresher course for the Continuing Certification Requirement exam. Location: Online

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Course Description

This course provides intensive preparation for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential examination based on PMI's 2022 guidance. It is coach-led by a PMP in a systematic, accelerated format, providing resources and strategies that successful examinees have found helpful over the last 12 years.

The class is for experienced project managers, professionals who already know the "ballet". To get their PMP, they just need to learn the names PMI has for the moves. To learn them, participants work with a project they themselves have managed well. To help prepare for the exam, they also have a great new textbook, colleagues to work with via popular project management platforms, a collection of videos curated to support their  study, and lots of practice quizzes.

Textbook

Purchase after the first class

Instructor

Daniel Clapper, PMP

Instructor Biography

Dan Clapper is an applied linguist, learning architect and entrepreneur with 30 years of international experience. He graduated from Stanford University with a A.B. in English (Phi Beta Kappa), he earned an M.S. in Cybernetic Systems from San Jose State University and an M.S.Ed. in TESOL from Temple University Japan Campus. He now holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. He has two decades of success as a manager of innovative educational projects at enterprise scale, including work with government, schools, universities and businesses in 16 countries. In 2004 he was invited by the US Department of Defense to speak on US foreign language education for the post 9/11 era. His company provides consulting on project management.