Beyond paying for the class, there are no minimum requirements to attend our in-person or online classes. Specifically, we do not have any educational prerequisites and we do not offer post-secondary education or degree programs. We are not a school. Anyone and everyone is equally welcome to attend our training classes and will receive a certificate of completion upon completing our class requirements.
All of our classes, whether in a classroom or online, are 100% live, interactive, and never recorded. We do not use or offer recorded content.
100% live and interactive instruction, student course book and learning aids (checklists, formula worksheets, examples, exercises, etc.), online PMP practice test exams with thousands of questions and answers (with explanations), invites to attend for free our other training classes, individual sessions, and Webinars as extra study opportunities, and help with your PMI application. Our in-person classes also include the PMBOK® Guide, refreshments, and free parking.
Yes! Our PMP/CAPM exam prep courses earn 35 eligible contact hours of training as required for the PMP, which exceeds the 23 hours required for the CAPM certification. Our 35 contact hours applies simultaneously to both.
No, PMI does not require PMP and CAPM exam prep training companies to be R.E.P.
Are you an American company? Yes, we are not only an American company, company owner Matthew Weaver and most of our instructors are veterans.
Yes, of course! We have over a dozen instructors. Each are certified, have at least 10-25+ years of hands-on project management experience, have years of experience teaching project management, and have earned at least a bachelor’s degree. Four are published authors in project management and two hold Ph.D. Further, we continuously evaluate and improve ourselves, course delivery, and course content.
Please visit our class schedule pages for current pricing and special offers.
Yes, we understand that things come up so no problem as we have classes starting almost every month in most cities and there is always a new online class starting every few weeks.
Yes and No. While our online classes are guaranteed to run, in-person or onsite classes typically require five students to hold as scheduled. We try to make our final Go/No Go decision at least five days before the class start date. Our goal, of course, is to hold all classes.We reserve the right to reschedule any class, normally at least five calendar days before the class start date. If this happens, we will, (a) if timing is important to you, reschedule you into our live online class occurring on the same days and times as the class being reschedule, refunding the difference paid between the original class and the online class, or (b) if timing is not as important, reschedule you for the next session in the city you originally chose. Alternatively, you may (c) reschedule to a class being held at another location and get a partial refund to help cover travel costs or (d) get a full refund. Any refunds will be processed as noted above.
We offer a test pass guarantee. Attend our class, score 75% or higher on assigned tests and take the test at least 7 days after class, we guarantee you will pass. As a student, for the next year, you get free invites to re-attend any class or session, to join any of our live online study sessions, and get one-on-one help if needed. We want you to pass. If you fail the test three times, we will refund the full price of the training.
We will beat the price of any American-owned, operated, and staffed training company. If you find an lower advertised price please let us know and we will give you a better price.
We do not hold classes on US federal holidays, on days before or after certain holidays, on Good Friday, on Easter Weekend, or on Election Day during presidential election years. In 2016 classes will not be held on January 1-4 (New Years), January 16-18 (Martin Luther King’s Birthday), February 13-15 (Washington’s Birthday), March 25 (Good Friday), March 26-27 (Easter), May 28-30 (Memorial Day), July 2-4 (Independence Day), September 3-5 (Labor Day), October 8-10 (Columbus Day), November 8 (Election Day), November 11 (Veterans Day), November 24-27 (Thanksgiving), and December 24-26 (Christmas), and January 31 (New Years Eve).