IBEX’s 4-Day PMP Exam Prep Course is comprehensive, accelerated, and focused on a single goal: Equip students with the knowledge and techniques they need to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI)® PMP certification exam.
In our 4-Day class you’ll learn “can’t miss” strategies for answering difficult exam questions, unlock the secret to learning the massive amount of content found in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide 6th edition, and take loads of quizzes that look and feel like the actual PMP Exam. We’ll help you think the way PMI thinks, giving you the right frame of reference needed to approach the exam with PMI’s mindset.
With four days of intense focus and all the necessary live instruction, materials and post-class support you need to pass, you’ll have everything required for success.
Note that all courses through November 2020 reflect the current exam format. The PMP exam is changing on January 2, 2020. Classes scheduled after December 2020 will be based on the PMBOK® Guide—Sixth Edition and include the changes reflected in PMI®’s 2019 Examination Content Outline (ECO). The new course content will prepare students for the new PMP exam that includes an increased focus on Agile and hybrid approaches to project management.
Today’s job market demands flexibility, and the PMP credential is easily adaptable to multiple industries. The PMP is a globally recognized, trusted and prestigious credential that shows you have what it takes to lead and direct major projects.
With your PMI certification, you will expand your skill set, increase your marketability, and have access to more advanced positions. A PMP not only ensures job stability, it can actually increase your starting salary and help you stand out from other project managers. On average, a credentialed PMP earns 20% more than their non- credentialed peers.
Here are some additional benefits:
- Validation of your experience and ability
- Proven understanding of current tools, processes and terminology
- Increased skills and knowledge of best practices, valuable to any project and in any industry
- Ability to get the most out of limited resources
- Improved project success
- “Everyone speaks the same language”