Welcome to our complete NEW Community for PMP Aspirants, Credential Holders and all People who are interested in practicing world class project management! This Site is just started to build up and still in a kind of BETA Modus, but of course you already can join us! Feel free to use the already exisiting content or better, sign up, create your own account and contribute to our community.
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But now let's start with the valuable information you are searching for! Well, everyone who is interested in PMP certification asks himself at least one question:
"Where the hell should i start?"
We will tell you! So, here is our so called “PMP Prep starting tool kit”:
Kick off your PMP Preparation with:
One of the eligibility criteria for examination is, to obtain 35 contact hours (not PDU's!) in project management education by a so called “Registered Education Provider” (R.E.P.).
Therefore you can choose between a lot of offers out there, starting by live classes/bootcamps (mostly 3 to 5 days long and relatively expensive) and not ending with self-paced, pre-recorded online training courses.
You have to find out and decide which of those fits you and you’re learning approaches best!
You now may asking yourself: "Well, and how could i obtain those mentioned "contact hours?"
You will find the answer to this question in the
If you are willing to prepare via self-study, we would recommend the online training course ”The PMP PrepCast” by the well known Cornelius Fichtner.
We have used it ourselfs for PMP preparation with success; you may have a look here: ☛ ”The PMP PrepCast”
One of our favorite tools they offer at prepcast.com is the "PMP study coach" which works like your own, personal, ready-to-start PMP study plan/navigator.
You may have a closer look here: ☛ http://goo.gl/lFkvBn
If you more the type of guy who wants to create her/his very own study plan, than you should have a look to this guide here (highly recommended!):
Well, we hope this informations gave you some guidance and you will now be able to start your very own PMP Journey!
Now let's take a closer look on what you could await in near future from our new community:
- additional "complete guides" which covers all PMP Certification aspects
- indepth-informations regarding all PMI Certifications
- a lot of ressources to earn free and paid PDUs for re-certification
- high-quality articles which covers all the PMBoK Guide Content
- a lot of sample questions for all knowledge areas
- complete mock exams
- PMBoK Guide aligned project management templates
- moderated community board
- high-competence discussions
- and a lot more ...
Just create a free account (in the top menu, right corner or just click HERE!) and become part of this brand-new, upcoming PMP community just from the beginning!
We look forward to welcoming you aboard!
Marco_AGS wrote: I have 10+ years PM's experience, I worked for the same company 18 years. Now I am looking for an opportunity, but most of the companies have requested the PM's certification. I need it! Started to study and I will like to be ready for the PM exam on January 2017.
thanx for your posting. Well, to gain the PMP certification will definitely be a step forward in your career and should enhance your possibility in the job market.
May be our "let me be your PMP guide" - program could be interesting for you; please have a look here:
cajunman wrote: I have 10 years PM experience, failed the PMP exam on the frist try 6 months and is studying to retake the exam in August 2016.
thx for leaving a post here.
All the best for your prepartions and your second try.
Please do not hesitate to ask any questions.