Boot Camp Training
One of the certified Project Management Professional in Dallas, declares to the world his competence to develop and administer projects. In fact, it was one of the hottest certifications among project professionals! Who can apply?
To seek the PMP recognition, the aspirant has to have-A high school diploma (or equivalent) with at least 5 years experience of managing projects including 7500 hours of administering projects and 35 hours of Project Management institutional or on-the-job-training, OR A graduate degree (or equivalent) with at least 3 years of project management experience, of which at least 4500 hours should have been in leading and administering projects and 35 hours of project management institutional or on-the-job training. With the preliminaries out of the way, let us take a look at what really happens within the program and the grind at the end of which a well honed PMP is generated.
Boot Camp Training.-
There are a number of institutes offering preliminary training as a preparation for the examination. Some make exaggerated claims, but most will provide The PMP exam eligibility check. An exam preparation course based on the latest PMBOK guidelines help through the application process.
Most camps last typically from 3 to 5 days. Which increases the person’s (teacher and student) dedication and concentration. At the same time, boot camps can prove to be a little overwhelming for persons who find it difficult to commit themselves to strict time schedules. Besides, there is a financial investment which should ensure a definite measure of loyalty to the program.