The Project Management Professional (PMP) course (40 hours – typically five days) prepares students for the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) exam as a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).  The course also provides students the project management concepts to help them become better project managers.  Experienced project managers desiring to increase their project management skills and apply a standards-based approach to project management (PM) should take this course.

Government, military, and industry professionals that should attend this course include project managers, project leads, program managers, directors, and others whose responsibility it is to undertake and/or create a unique product, service, or result.  Prerequisites to take the PMI’s certification test include a high school diploma, associate degree, bachelor’s degree, or global equivalent; at least 7,500 hours leading and/or directing projects; and 35 contact hours in PM education from an accredited educational provider.  Note that this course fulfills “PMI’s” contact hour requirement.