PMP® Exam Preparation eLearning Course

4.43 out of 5
(7 customer reviews)

€190

You'll learn project management from the PMBOK® Guide perspective in this course, and will be prepared for the PMP® exam.

The first 30% of the course is free and you can start it now, even without registration, to see if it's the course you've been looking for.

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Product Description

This course teaches you project management from the PMBOK® Guide perspective and prepares you for the PMP exam.

The course is designed in a way that is easy to follow for a busy professional. It’s not only an aid for memorizing things for the exam; it really teaches you the topic. The main goal is to learn more about project management; ability to pass the exam is a byproduct.

It is equal to 6 days of classroom training. It’s a set of video lessons (16 hours in total), educational games, integrated flashcards, and sample questions; everything you need to learn the topic. Management Plaza is a PMI R.E.P and this course satisfies your official 35 contact hours of training required for the PMP exam.

The first 30% of the elearning course is free. You can start the course right now, even without registration, and purchase the product when you’re sure that it’s what you’ve been looking for.

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FAQ

Q. Can I use this course for my 35 contact hours required for the exam?
A. Of course! This is a standard course delivered by a PMI R.E.P.

Q. Can I get PDUs by taking this course?
A. PDUs are for those who already have a PMI certificate, not those who are preparing for one. So, if you are preparing for the PMP exam, you’ll get “contact hours”, but if you are already certified and take this course, then you can submit 42 PDUs.

Q. Are the flashcards available with free access?
A. The “integrated flashcards” are part of the lessons 19 to 75, and are practices online. They are not available for download, but you have access to some of them while you’re using the free lessons. In this system, new cards related to each lesson are added to the pool, and you can practice all of them with a specific space repetition technology. The goal is to continuously practice what you have learned in the previous lessons.

Q. How long is the course available after purchase?
A. One year.

Q. Is this course enough for passing the exam?
A. While no one can really guarantee your success in the exam, we’ve tried our best to include everything you need in this package.

Q. What are the prerequisites for the PMP exam?
A. 4500 hours of work experience related to project management for those who have a university degree, and 7500 hours for others, and a standard training in project management (this elearning course). Note that the experience has to be related to project management activities (e.g. helping a project manager counts), and you don’t have to be a project manager yourself.

Q. There are many PMP courses; how can I choose?
A. The best way is to check and compare the demos, and see which one is the best for you.

Q. What differentiates your course course from others?
A. Instead of being focused on the exam, we are focused on teaching project management from the PMBOK point of view, which makes the course more practical and not boring. On the other hand, this is also the best way you can pass the exam.

 

About the Author

The course is written and delivered by Nader K. Rad.

Nader is a project management author, speaker, and adviser from Management Plaza. He has written more than 40 books on the subject, and has designed about 12 classroom courses and 9 elearning courses, including this one.

Nader has been the official reviewer of standards such as PRINCE2® and PRINCE2 Agile®, and he is a contributor to the PMBOK Guide, Agile Scrum Master certification program, and P3.express standard.

He started his career as a project planner in 1997, then became interested in the wider aspects of project management, and started his new mission: helping project managers develop their competencies. Nader has experience in process plant and construction projects, as well as IT development. He has also been involved in multiple startups. This has provided him with experience in both predictive (or “waterfall” if you will) and Agile environments.

He has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a master’s degree in Philosophy of Science; and he is certified as PMP®, PRINCE2® Practitioner, PRINCE2 Agile™ Practitioner, MoP Practitioner, MSP Foundation, MoR Foundation, MoV Foundation, P3O Foundation, AgilePM Practitioner, ITIL Foundation, CSM, PSM I, PSPO I, Agile Scrum Foundation, Advanced in Structured and Critical Thinking, Integrator in Agile Service Projects, and Ethical Hacking Foundation at the time of this recording.  He’s also an accredited trainer for AgilePM and other topics.

 

 

7 reviews for PMP® Exam Preparation eLearning Course

  1. ani.avagyan
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I would like to thank management plaza team for this greate portal of perfect trainings!

    I just passed my PMP exam with the first attempt and help of this cource and Nader (a super trainer and very supportive person) and would like to share my opinion about it.

    This course is perfect and you really don’t need to remember any concept you just need to understand the logic provided by trainer. Also the other good thing is that it is not just preparing to exam, but also helps in your real life, gives a lot of good advices to use.

    Thanks again and good luck!

  2. okeowo.abayomi
    5 out of 5

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    Hi Nader. I am very impressed with the course. the way it was organised. planned, and executed, it was straight forward and easy to understand with practical examples, I have seen many courses on pmp but this is definitely unique, great work, Thanks

  3. Artem
    4 out of 5

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    Nader, I can agree with you from logical point of view, but there are direct questions in simulated exam I’m taking about inputs of processes, having environmental factors and assets among possible answers. That is the reason to expect same type of questions in the real exam. Such inaccuracy in training content can cause confusion. Despite this, the way you present material is really cool.

    • Nader K. Rad

      (verified owner):

      Don’t worry; it’s absolutely safe to consider those two the input for all processes when it comes to the exam; otherwise I wouldn’t add them :)

  4. Artem
    4 out of 5

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    In the video 19 you’ve mentioned environmental factors and assets as inputs to collect requirements procces, but there are no such poits in pmbok 5. Could you please comment this fact?

    • Nader K. Rad

      (verified owner):

      Hi Artem,
      Inputs you see in the PMBOK Guide are only the most important or most common ones, not the only ones. I strongly believe that project managers can prevent many problems from happening by considering these two as the input to ALL their activities, and that’s why I always mention them as inputs.

  5. Kaleem Niazi
    5 out of 5

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    You are a real leader in managing project management.
    Best Wishes forever to you and your family.

  6. Hendro Ang
    4 out of 5

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    Good job

  7. Olufela Yusuf
    4 out of 5

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    This is cool

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