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PMP Exam Preparation

5411 NE 107th Ave.
Vancouver, Washington 98662, United States (map)

Free on-street and lot parking are provided.



28 PDUs available for this course

Course Description

Your career depends on your ability to demonstrate Industry Best Practices in project management. Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is the industry standard for project managers to validate and certify that you understand and can manage projects to Industry Best Practices.

This course prepares you to take and pass the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam from the Project Management Institute (PMI), by offering an in-depth examination of the required study areas. The experienced Advisicon instructors know the exam inside and out, and share their valuable tips and tricks for mastering the PMBOK concepts and passing the exam.

Included Materials

The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), 4th Edition is the global standard for project management and is provided to course participants. It outlines the PMI framework of 9 Knowledge areas, 5 Process Groups, and the 44 Processes contained in the PMP exam.

Also provded to course participants is Andy Crowe's The PMP Exam How to Pass on Your First Try, an invaluable reference for those seeking to craft the simplest set of complete and effective requirements.

In addition to the printed manual each participant will receive a searchable CD of tools and templates to aid them in capturing, prioritizing and tracking requirements.

Who should to take this course?

Anyone preparing to take and PASS the the Project Management Institute's PMP exam. Please see the PMI website to review eligibility requirements.

Course Instructors & Accreditation

Advisicon is a PMI Registered Education Provider and an accredited Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. This course will be taught by an experienced Advisicon instructor, all of whom are PMI certified PMPs.

Course Outline

  • The 5 major project management processes, including inputs, outputs, tools, techniques, and terminology
  • How each process relates to the 9 project management knowledge areas
  • The project management framework and how processes flow within it
  • The professional responsibility subject matter PMI has added to the exam
  • The PMI formulas related to cost, time, quality, and risk, and the ability to apply them in real scenarios
  • How to produce network diagrams, calculate critical path, float, and lag, and the terms, tools, and techniques that apply to them
  • Test taking strategies to help you understand and decode PMI's test questions and avoid common traps and pitfalls
  • A working knowledge of PMI's vocabulary and terms.


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