Requirements – Visit PMI.org for the details
The PMP® (Project Management Professional) certification requires not only that you pass the exam, but you must document completing 35 hours of formal project management education and also document 4,500 hours (3 years) of project management work experience with a college degree. The requirement is 7,500 hours (5 years) of project management work experience without a college degree. Our PMP® prep course fulfills the education requirement and your instructor, who is a PMP®, will guide you through the process of documenting your project management work experience.
The CAPM® (Certified Associate in Project Management) certification has no project management work experience requirement but you must document 23 hours of formal project management education and pass the exam. Our CAPM® prep course fulfills the education requirement.
One of the reasons these certifications are so widely recognized and sought after is because the exams are very difficult to pass. There are several ways to prepare for these challenging exams, like boot camps conducted right before your exam where you try to memorize answers to questions. Then there are more extensive prep classes, like the ones we offer. You will, actually learn about the best practices in project management and how to apply them. This enables you to answer the tricky exam questions and improve your project management skills.