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The 2021 PMP Exam

Technical

Course Description:  

Learning Objectives

- Name criteria, requirements, exam content and policies for the Exam.

- Be able to identify PMI Authorized Training Partners, Instructors and Courses.

- Decide what action to take for your specific situation as chapters, instructors, or students.



In this interactive presentation, Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, will be answering the most pressing questions that you may have about the upcoming changes. He will be reviewing the following topics of the new PMP exam:

- The Exam Content Outline

- Authorized Training Partner (ATP) Program

- PMI Authorized PMP Exam Prep Course

- Exam Strategy and Training Materials

- Online Exam

- Take action for PMI Chapters

- Take action for PMP Instructors

- Take action for PMP Candidates



So if you are thinking about teaching or taking the PMP exam in 2021 and would like to understand, what is changing and how to best be ready for the changes, then this session will bring you up to speed.

 

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM

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Cornelius has been a PMP trainer since 2008. During this time, his PM PrepCast and PMP Exam Simulator have helped over 50,000 students prepare for their PMP exam.

 

Before becoming a full-time instructor, he has been working as a Project Manager in his native Switzerland, in Germany and in the USA since 1990. He has led projects for a management consulting company, a national retailer, an internet startup company, and for one of the oldest financial service providers in the USA. And in 2005 he started the first podcast for project managers - aptly named The Project Management Podcast - with over 500 published episodes to date.



He currently lives in Tucson, Arizona, USA with his wife and their four computers. He is a member of the American Wine Society Tucson Chapter. He enjoys juggling and says that he is excellent with 3 balls, OK with 4, but can only keep 5 balls in the air for a couple of seconds.

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Information

Type of category: Educational events

Type of activity: Technical

Date: January 14th, 2021

Hours: 6:00PM to 10:00PM

Number of PDUs: 1

Price

Members: Free

Non members: Free

Location

Online Webinar