Do You Need Your PMP?
If you are an unemployed project manager without PMP certification you have very likely heard more than once that you cannot be considered for a project management job opportunity because you do not have a PMP certificate. Explanations and excuses will not get you past a recruiter given a requirement for a project manager with a PMP certificate. Granted, PMI’s PMP certification does not necessarily make a good project manager, but that is small consolation when you remain unemployed at the end of the day.
We can help you get your PMP certificate and the project management job you want. Truth is, we’ve been there and like many, we realize it is up to us to help each other. If you are unemployed, we are happy to offer discount off our regular prices and payment terms on any of our PMP certification exam prep classes. As we already guarantee the lowest price, this means you save even more.
How to Get Discount
We give unemployed professionals discount on any and all of our 100% live online and our in-person classes.
- If you are unemployed, email requesting our unemployed discount code.
- We will provide you with the discount code*
- Sign up for one of our classes.
Please note: We take on trust your claim to be an unemployed, reserving the right to ask for proof. While, unfortunately, it may not be illegal to claim being unemployed when you are not, to do so to secure a discounted price is unethical and committing fraud, which is illegal and, given the circumstance, a claim we would pursue.
About PMP & CAPM Training
- PMP is Project Management Professional and CAPM is Certified Associate in Project Management; certifications issued by the Project Management Institute (PMI).
- Experienced project managers earn PMP certifications while new and junior project managers earn CAPM.
- The PMP certification exam focuses on situational questions that challenge your understanding and practice of that knowledge. The CAPM exam focuses on book knowledge.
- PMP and CAPM certification is applicable and meaningful regardless of industry or type of project.
- Over 650 thousand project managers actively hold certificate worldwide.
- Certification gives access to new jobs or promotions, professional development, and, with the new job or promotion, more money.
Quality & Price
- Exceptional quality. Our course materials were written new for the PMBOK® Guide, 5th edition. We cover every detail to minimize the chance you might get a question on the exam that you were not prepared for.
- Experienced instructors. Our instructors are senior project managers who also have years of experience teaching project management. In general, each have 25+ years of work experience, 10+ years of experiencing leading and directing projects, and 5+ years of experience teaching project management. Most, like the company owner, are veterans.
- Lowest price. We have intentionally priced our classes to beat our domestic and foreign competitors to grow our business. Now, with a unemployed discount, you save even more!
- Effective. Our confidence is such that we offer a 100% money back test pass guarantee.
PMP and CAPM Exam Prep Course Outline
Our CAPM and PMP exam prep course is for both experienced project managers seeking Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and new or junior project managers seeking Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification. Consistent with PMI’s focus on process groups, our PMP exam prep course outline follows a typical project workflow, rather than chapter-by-chapter recitation, so it is much easier to grasp. PMP classes earn 35 eligible contact hours earn 35 eligible contact hours as required by Project Management Institute (PMI) through 100% live, instructor-led and interactive, using, to the extent possible, examples relevant to participating students. We also spend time helping students with their PMP application form.
Our project management certification course begins with review and discussion of the PMP application form (which our instructor will help students prepare), simple test taking techniques, then guide them through PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, with discussion and examples of how it’s aspirational and mandatory standards are applied. Thereafter, students will get down to work on some basic terminology and concepts, from what is a project to the differences between adaptive and predictive project management. Rounding out the introduction to the practices promoted in the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), 5th edition, our instructor will walk students through PMI’s project management framework, including phases, process groups, processes, inputs and outputs, tools and techniques, and knowledge areas.
Using a project management workflow approach mirroring how students might carry out a project, our instructor will begin with some pre-project activities that lead to developing the project chapter, then go through the steps to initiate a project, such as identifying stakeholders, then planning, which involves 24 of the PMBOK® Guide’s 47 processes, which help organize the project, like the steps involved in risk management, determining requirements, creating the project management plan, creating the work breakdown structure (WBS), building a schedule, and developing a budget. Thereafter, while carrying out the project, our instructor will tackle all those other processes from acquiring, developing and managing the project team, to quality control and assurance, and on to procurement. Wrapping up with closing the project, our instructor we complete coverage of the 47 processes and their 77 inputs and outputs and 120 tools and techniques.
In working through PMI’s project management framework, our instructor will delve in the details of key deliverables that project managers should be familiar with such as the requirements traceability matrix, project management plan, work breakdown structure (WBS), WBS dictionary, responsibility matrix. He or she will lead discussion on how these are used, their value, and challenges they may present or solve.
From planning to monitoring and closing, our instructor will lay out the many PMP formulas the project manager might find helpful in their projects. Among these, 3-point estimates using triangular and beta distribution, expected monetary value, and a collection of earned value formulas warrant special attention. So to do techniques like critical path.
When our instructor gets to the end of the project, students will know the content covered in PMI’s PMBOK® Guide and be prepared to test that knowledge, first in Project Weaver’s two Internet-based PMP practice exam test Web sites, then directly with PMI to successfully pass and secure their PMP or CAPM credentials.
Project Weaver’s support does not end when the class finishes. We offer periodic live online PMP study opportunities each week, plus invite all students to attend at no additional cost any of our live online PMP classes to repeat coverage of a topic or make up for a missed PMP class session. One-on-one assistance is also given when necessary. As our guarantee says, we give you the best instruction possible and whatever additional study opportunities that you need.
Key Web site pages and documents at the Project Management Institute (PMI) include:
- PMI Web site page for Project Management Professional (PMP)
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Handbook
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Examination Content Outline
- PMI Web site page for Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
- Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Handbook
- A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), 5th edition
- PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct