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Who should take this course

The PMP certification is an essential professional requirement for senior project manager roles across all industries. The course is best suited for:

· Project Managers
· Associate/Assistant Project Managers
· Team Leads/Team Managers
· Project Executives/Project Engineers
· Software Developers
· Any professional aspiring to be a Project Manager

What skills will i learn?

  1. Introduction to PMP Certification
  2. The project environment
  3. Role of the project manager
  4. Project Intergration management
  5. Project scope management
  6. Project quality management
  7. Project cost management
  8. project schedule management
  9. project procurement management
  10. project resource management
  11. project communication management
  12. project risk management
  13. project stakeholder management

What are PMP course objectives

The PMP training course is designed to ensure that you pass the PMP exam on the first try. Our hands-on training approach, entrusted by 52,000 learners, will help you to understand the workings of the five process groups and 10 knowledge areas defined by the PMBOK Guide—Sixth Edition.We guarantee you’ll walk away with all the preparation and confidence you need to conquer the exam and earn the PMP certification.

what is pmp?

.PMP stands for Project Management Professional (PMP). PMP Certification, offered by the Project Management Institute(PMI), is an industry-recognized credential for project managers. PMP certification demonstrates the project manager's experience, knowledge, skills, and competencies required to lead and direct projects.

Who will be my tutor?

PMP (James Kiduma) Eng.James Kiduma PMP Since 2017 PMI Member PMP Prep exam facilitator Trained more than 100 students where 98% of the students who attended exams passed on the first sitting.

What does the package include?

  1. 60 high quality videos
  2. 14 healpful study guide
  3. 848 test uestions
  4. 4562 terms and definition
  5. 40 Approved RCU's
  6. 4 simulated practice test
  7. 40 PMI Aprroved contact hours
  8. exam tips and guidence twards your exam date
  9. training materials and printed slides
  10. PMBOk 6th edition (Hard copy)
  11. Ritha Mulcahy 9th edition (hardcopy)
  12. 35 contact hours certificate

Why study PMP through us?

We are the only training center that offers you guidence towards your exam date. We understand the date you are about to attend the exam you may need a group to study with and a teacher to guid you through, BRS Offers this service FREE to those that took a pmp prep exam training course through Us. We guarantee you to pass your exams through us. We don't just train we ensure you pass exams.

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PMP Exam is Changing

Why is The PMP Exam Changing in 2019?

The exam is changing because our jobs as project managers have changed. Every 3-5 years, PMI® conducts research to understand how the profession has progressed, the impact of emerging trends, and how the responsibilities of project managers have changed. The last round of this research was conducted in 2015 and resulted in the current PMP exam content outline. Subject matter experts from leading organizations around the world are currently working with PMI to define the PMP of the future. The result of this research will be the publication of a new PMP exam content outline in June of 2019, and six months later, this new outline will lead to an updated PMP exam.

When is the PMP Exam Changing in 2019?

There are three important dates to remember for those currently studying for the exam: June 2019: PMI releases the new PMP Exam Content Outline (the exact date is unknown) 15 December 2019: This is the last day to take the current version of the PMP Exam. 16 December 2019: This is the first day to take the new version of the PMP Exam.

What are the 2019 PMP Exam Changes?

The PMP Exam Content Outline is changing in June, which will result in a change to the PMP Exam in December. The exact nature of the changes will not be known until the outline has been published later this month. Contrary to what you may think, the PMP exam is NOT based on A Guide to The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Instead, the exam is based on The PMP Exam Content Outline. And a new outline is currently being developed and will be published in June 2019. PMI will then use this new outline as the basis to update the exam. Here is what we expect will happen : PMI publishes the new exam content outline in June 2019. The new outline will include additional responsibilities that we project managers have and new techniques that we use. For example, we expect some Agile project management techniques will be added. The new outline will also remove or de-emphasize some responsibilities and techniques. For example, we expect that procurement and contracting will be de-emphasized because these are often handled by internal procurement and legal departments only under the general guidance by the PM. PMI will update the question bank for the PMP exam by adding, removing and updating questions. PMI will start using the new questions on 16 December 2019. The last time PMI made a similar update was in 2015. Back then, PMI estimated that approximately 25% of the questions on the exam were touched and updated as a result.

Is The PMBOK® Guide Changing?

No. The PMP exam uses the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition as one of the references for the PMP Exam. The PMBOK® Guide Seventh Edition is not expected until 2023. This means that the PMBOK® Guide is not changing and that PMI will continue to use the Sixth Edition as an exam reference until at least 2023. Therefore, use the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition no matter if you are taking the exam before or after 15 December 2019.

I'm Studying for the PMP Exam. What Does All This Mean for Me?

  • Continue your studies without changing anything.
  • Use the current PMP Exam Content Outline (published in 2015) as your general guide to the exam.
  • Study using the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition.
  • Try and schedule your exam no later than 15 November 2019 so that you can avoid the 'mad rush' expected for December when everyone wants to take the exam before the change.
  • Scheduling your exam in November also gives you an additional month to take it again in case you don't pass at first.
  • We recommend that you plan on taking the exam before it changes in December.
  • If you plan on taking the PMP exam on or before 15 December 2019
  • If you plan on taking the PMP exam on or after 16 December 2019
  • Continue your studies until PMI publishes the new exam content outline sometime in June.
  • Download and read the new exam content outline so that you know the general topics that will be on your exam.
  • Contact your training provider and ask them if they have performed a comparison between the old and new exam content outline and if they will be updating your training materials.
  • Find out how and when you will be given access to any additional training materials they provide.
  • Study using the updated materials provided to you by your training provider.
  • Study using the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition.
  • Schedule your exam on or after 16 December 2019

Should I take the PMP Exam before or after the 2019 Update?

Before! Preparing for the PMP exam takes approximately 8-12 weeks. Therefore, if you are reading this before 15 October 2019 then you have enough time to do it. If you are reading this after 15 October 2019 then it is still possible but your window of opportunity is getting smaller by the day.

Will You Update The PM PrepCast?

Yes, if we have to. We are waiting for PMI to publish the new exam content outline in June 2019. We will then perform a comparison between the old and new outline and any required updates. If any updates are necessary, then these will be provided to our students free of charge (new hard copy uestion bank) Non BRS Students will have to attend refresher course offered by us which will contain new questions and all necessary changes.

Will You Update The PMP Formula Study Guide?

  • Probably not. We are 99.99% certain that the formulas will not need updating because no changes were necessary both in the 2010 and 2015 update.
  • However, we are waiting for PMI to publish the new exam content outline in June 2019. We will then perform a comparison between the old and new outline and determine any required updates.

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