CAPM Exam Prep Online – #102

Individual Online Mentoring… We Work With You Until You Have Your CAPM®- $2,395

Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM)®

How You Pass the CAPM® Exam

Individual attention is what differentiates our CAPM® prep course from every other. You don’t have other students competing for your instructor’s attention.  You can discuss your practice exam results, CAPM® concepts or review every question you missed in a private video conference with your instructor.

During your CAPM® exam you will have:

  • Strategies for handling different question types
  • Tactics for managing your time properly
  • Heuristics for answering difficult questions

You will take at least 25 CAPM® practice exams and receive feedback

  • The exams are timed so you can practice time management techniques
  • You and your instructor review your exams in private video conferences
  • Your instructor has you re-take exams until you score high enough to pass

You won’t memorize dot point lists; You’ll understand the processes

  • You read project narratives and see project plans & reports
  • You watch 44 movies of project teams doing the process steps
  • You have 45 lectures that tie the exam to the practical project world.

You’ll work individually with your instructor as you move through each process

  • 100% on line. Finish in a month or take up to 1 year
  • We Guarantee our work. The course ends when you pass the CAPM® exam
  • We will work with you until you pass at no additional tuition.

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How It Works

    Learn Project Management Online with Your Private Mentor

    CAPM® Certification Exam Prep Tuition $2,395

    Call a Counselor to Enroll or Ask Questions 1-303-596-0000

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    Our Credentials

    • We have been training project managers for 30 years
    • We are a Project Management Institute (PMI)® Global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.)®
    • This course earns 50 education hours and fulfills the CAPM® exam requirement
    • Our courses have been offered for graduate school credit at major universities
    • We have had an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau for 17 years
    • Our staff is composed of experienced project managers who have worked more than a decade in various industries.

    CAPM® Exam Prep Course Modules: What you’ll learn and practice on CAPM® exam questions

    You will master each of the project phases described below with a customized learning process tailored to your individual learning style. Your instructor will work with you to design your course, selecting the appropriate:

    1. Textbook and article reading assignments
    2. Lectures available 24/7 on our website. You can repeat a section as often as you wish
    3. CAPM® practice exams for each project phase. You work on it until your score reaches a level where we are certain you will pass the CAPM® certification exam
    4. Live video conferences with your instructor to review the questions you missed and ensure you understand the correct answers.

    Project Phases and Components

    Project Initiation – This phase covers the steps from the project sponsor telling the project manager the end result they want through the completion of the project charter.

    The challenge for people preparing for the CAPM® certification exam comes in three areas. First, there is a lot of new vocabulary and you need to learn PMI®’s language to pass the exam. You’ll find it’s very different from what’s used in most organizations. Second, in many organizations project initiation is a quick and informal process without any of the rigor in PMI®’s best practices. Third, for some people preparing to take the CAPM® exam, it’s been years sine their last formal education. So studying a textbook, listening to lectures and taking tests is not a new experience but it’s one they haven’t been through in a while.

    1. Initial statement of work (SOW)
    2. Identification of project stakeholders & major deliverables
    3. Identification of major risks
    4. Initial time and budget estimates
    5. Project feasibility study
    6. Business case
    7. Project charter

    Project Management Plans – The project manager decides what techniques and processes are required on each individual project.

    The challenge in the second process group is that most organizations do not do formal management plans on their projects. As a result, many of the ideas here are new and so are all the sophisticated techniques that you must understand. There are some excellent ideas here but many of them are unfamiliar to even experienced project managers. The idea behind management planning is a very good one; that is we decide what we’re going to do on our schedule, budget and other areas before we start work. That keeps a ceiling on the amount of time and money invested in the planning process.

    1. Project manager evaluates the requirements of the project.
    2. Selects the analytical techniques and processes that are required to successfully complete the project.
    3. Doesn’t burden people with excessive meetings and paperwork.

    Project Plans – The project manager develops a specific plan for each specialty area, as identified in the project’s management planning step.

    This process group is very familiar to most project managers because it includes the budget, schedule, estimating cost and duration and what we’re going to do regarding quality on the project deliverables. We also decide how to mitigate or avoid the impact of negative risks on the project. Those are all comfortable areas for most students.

    1. Project Scope
    2. Project Requirements
    3. Project Schedule
    4. Project Cost & Budget
    5. Project Human Resources
    6. Project Quality
    7. Project Procurement
    8. Project Team Development
    9. Project Communications
    10. Project Risk

    Project Executing – This phase covers the actual implementation of the project plan. Here we use the steps, processes and techniques previously identified in the planning processes.

    The executing process group is where we put our project management plan to work. Because we have carefully planned what we’re going to do, this is not the scattered and confused phase that it is in many organizations. If we follow PMI’s best practices, we don’t have meetings where we’re discussing what to do next. We already know.

    1. Communication of project results
    2. Implementation of corrective actions
    3. Implementation of change requests

    Project Monitoring and Controlling – This phase occurs in parallel with executing. It requires the project manager and team to regularly compare actual results with the project plan. We identify corrective action and required changes.

    The monitoring and controlling process group is another one where you will learn many new techniques and processes. There is a major focus on earned value as well as classic variance analysis. The procedures for bringing about changes in the process are more elaborate than what many project managers are accustomed to using.

    1. Evaluation of all variances and implements corrective action where required.
    2. Analysis of change requests and recommendations to the sponsor or configuration management committee.

    Project Closing – When the last deliverable has been completed, the project manager implements the closing procedures for the project.

    The final phase of the process is closing the project which is something few organizations do well. As a result, they make subsequent projects much more difficult than they should be. That’s because they are “reinventing the wheel” every time they start a new project. The closeout best practices allow you to reuse many of your management plans and take advantage of archive data. This includes the actual hours of work and costs for various task on previous projects. This saves a great deal of time and effort.

    1. Verification and formal acceptance of all deliverables
    2. Lessons learned process
    3. Archive project information for use on future projects

    How Our Individual Online Instruction Works

    You and Your Instructor Work Together Until You Pass the CAPM® Exam

    CAPM® Certification Exam Prep Tuition $2,395

    Call a Counselor to Enroll or Ask Questions 1-303-596-0000

    BrochureAssessmentStudent CommentsGuaranteeEnroll

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