As you know, PMI® has a wide range of Authorized Training Partners (ATP) in over the world, which provide courses such as PMP® Exam Preparation, Disciplined Agile (DA), online PDU courses for PMI® certification renewal. This article will outline some reasons to chose a training program from PMI® ATP and where you can find PMI® verified courses.
After passing the PMP® exam, you are bestowed the credential, and the PMP® certification renewal cycle starts. You will have the PMP® certification in good standing for 3 years. However, what will happen to your PMP® certificate if you forgot to renew it? And what should you do? This article will go through all the PMP® certification status and recommen
PMI® conducts an audit for the PMP® application every year, even after you received the PMP® certification. The purpose of the audit is to confirm the experience and/or education documented on certification applications. The audit is random, and PMI® has the right to conduct it at any time during the year.
Now, you reach the final part of the PMP® application. Before submitting your application, you are asked to input your contact information and exam location.
Part 2 of the PMP® application is full-fill your experience. The experience can be an un-paid job; however, it must be in a professional environment. For example, school projects and planning personal events could not qualify for the PMP® application.
Part 1 of the PMP® application is to fulfill your education. The education section contains academic education and professional education.
The new PMP® exam is a combination of many question types. Some of them are very new to PMP® aspirants. * Multiple-choice * Multiple responses * Drag and drop (new) * Hotspot (new) * Limited fill-in-the-blank.
1. Kano Model 2. MoSCoW (MSCW) analysis 3. Paired Comparison Analysis 4. 100 Points Method