To provide additional time for interested individuals to register and pay for the spring PMP course, please note the revised course start dates.
- UMW Stafford Campus, starting Saturday morning, February 16, 8:30 am to 12 pm
- UMW Dahlgren Campus, starting Tuesday afternoon, February 19, 1 pm to 4:30 pm
- Stafford Technology and Research Center at Quantico, starting Thursday night, February 21, 6 pm to 9:30 pm
The University of Mary Washington, a PMI Registered Education Provider since 2003, is offering the PMP Certification Examination Preparation Course this spring at three convenient locations: Tuesday afternoon and evening at the UMW Dahlgren Campus; Thursday evening at the Stafford Technology and Research Center at Quantico; and, Saturday mornings at the UMW Stafford Campus. This 35-hour, 10-session course is designed for current/practicing project management professionals who are preparing for the PMP® certification exam as well as those wanting to increase their knowledge of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), project management concepts, principles, practices, and terminology.
|Overview of the PMP® and CAPM® Examinations||Quality Management|
|Project Management Framework||Human Resources Management|
|Integration Management||Risk Management|
|Scope Management||Procurement Management|
|Time Management||Communications Management|
|Cost Management||Professional Responsibility|
The course cost is $1,350.00 or $1,250.00 for two or more individuals from the same organization. The course cost includes the two required textbooks: the PMBOK Guide 5th Edition by PMI (assuming it’s published by this January) and PMP Exam Prep 7th Edition by Rita Mulcahy, PMP.
Your Instructor: Ray Gill, PMP
The PMP Certification Exam Preparation Course will be taught by Raymond W. Gill, Jr., PMP, a professionally credentialed, experienced and highly respected trainer and consultant. His Fredericksburg-based practice, Performance Consultants, Ltd., was established in Fredericksburg in 1993 and he has served numerous local, regional and national companies, including several Fortune 10 firms. His background includes electronics, computer science, technical supervision, human resource planning, organizational development, and most recently, project management. He holds several professional certifications in addition to the PMP including the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR–Society for Human Resource Management) and has earned the Certified Manager (CM) designation from the International Certified Manager Program.
For more information, contact Mark Safferstone at email@example.com