Project Management Fundamentals Needed to Become a Certified Associate

Project Management Fundamentals Needed to Become a Certified Associate

Project Management
Getting certified in your profession is a great idea. Many potential employers will look for certifications, and if you don’t have one on your resume, there’s a good chance of being overlooked regardless of your experience. Of course, to become certified, you will need to understand what project management is all about. Some courses require you to meet particular criteria, such as having a certain amount of experience and academic qualifications before becoming certified. All project managers will need a firm grasp of the fundamentals, and here we take a look at what the fundamentals are.  1. Define the project Easily one of the essential steps of project management is defining the project. This involves confirming exactly what the deliverables are to be. If it is a physical object, which…
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Project Management Certification – Workshops for Passing the PMP

Project Management Certification – Workshops for Passing the PMP

Project Management
Although at PM Workshops, we mostly adhere to project management methodology developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI,) we also recognize that there are variations within PMI, such as CAPM, PMI-ACP, or Disciplined Agile; as well as other methodologies, such as PRINCE2 and the Certified Scrum Master. In general, there are at least 10 or so well-known certifications, and they are all worth attaining, so how do you choose the one that is best for you and/or your organization? Free Project Management Certification Practice Test Project Management Certification - Workshops for Passing the PMP At PM Workshops, we typically start by asking our clients to consider the following before starting to prepare for certification: Their role in project management. Since our clients range from seasoned project managers to young professionals,…
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Project Management Certification

Project Management Certification

Project Management
Project Management Professional (PMP) is an internationally recognized professional certification offered by The Project Management Institute. As of October 2020, there were 932,000 active PMP certified practitioners and seven chartered chapters within the United States and Canada and over 220 countries and territories across the globe. The Project Management Professional (PMP) is intended to allow candidates to become a project manager. The PMP focuses on the skills needed for a project manager's role within a company. It is aimed at graduates with a good command of management theory and methods. However, even those students who have completed other management courses can also benefit from the PMP certification. Project Management Professional (PMP) is not only open to graduate students but also professionals with different disciplines in the management. This includes business…
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The Importance of Project Management Certification

The Importance of Project Management Certification

Project Management
Whether you are considering getting certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) or as Agile Certified Professional (PMI.ACP) or as a PRINCE Practitioner, the benefits to you as well as your employer and client are numerous. In my 30+ years of professional experience, I have been surprised to find that there are so many staff members who carry the title of the project manager but do not know the basics of project management, such as developing a project plan, defining the baselines for scope, time and cost, managing changes and risks, as well as other critical factors for attaining success in their projects. Therefore, I am a firm believer that there has to be some sort of licensing process to ensure quality and professionalism in the people we entrust with…
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How To Get Project Management Certification

How To Get Project Management Certification

Training
I attended a PMP ‘Bootcamp’ led by Jorge and truly appreciated his teaching style. Jorge can break down and explain any concept in a very clear, understandable manner supported by the depth and breadth of his real-life experience as an international project manager. Studying for the PMP exam with Jorge has been enjoyable and he truly cares about the success of his students, always willing to go the extra mile. Mikaela Gallon, Allianz 4 days of classroom training, 35 PMI® required contact hours and the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 5th edition in preparation for the PMP Certification Exam. PM Workshops (PMW) incorporates both the theoretical, as well as practical, sides of project management into all our trainings. To that end, all our workshops include the following study materials, exercises, and case studies: Project…
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