Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Certification Course
- Price: US$ 399.00
- Publisher: Element K
- Number of modules: 1
- Length: 23 hours
- Language: English
- Subscription: 12 months
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Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) - Certification Course
Becoming a Certified Associate in Project Manager demonstrates your skills in project management both on the job and through professional certification. The CAPM certification is becoming the standard to compete in today's fast-paced and highly technical workplace.
This certification course is designed to help you pass the CAPM exam. It expands upon the basic concepts of project management and offers a job-related approach to successful project management across application areas and industries. This e-learning course contains all the content that would be equivalent to an instructor-led classroom experience providing 23 PMI contact hours.
With e-learning you have control over the pace of the course and how much time you invest in each activity. To get the most out of this course's content, as preparation for the CAPM certification exam, you should invest the following amount of time for each lesson chapter:
- 1 hour per lesson viewing the course content and reading the supporting material provided
- 1 hour per lesson performing and reviewing the activities
- 2 to 3 hours overall performing and reviewing the lesson lab review questions included at the end of each lesson
- 2 to 3 hours or more testing your knowledge with the downloadable CAPM test preparation tool available from a link on the last page of the course.
This course is designed for professionals in a variety of job roles who currently contribute to project teams in various ways. This can include providing subject matter expertise (e.g. marketing, finance, customer care, processing, fulfillment) and serving as project team sponsors, facilitators, liaisons, or coordinators, but not those who function as project managers and who have little or no formal exposure to or training in standardized project management terminology and processes