PMP® Examination Prep

Exam Preparation
Overview

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  • Program Cost $1,695
  • Duration 35 HOURS
  • Format FACE TO FACE
  • Schedule 9AM-5PM

NEXT START DATE
SEP 13

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Professional Exam Prep

Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification attests to your mastery of and commitment to project management best practices. This 35-hour course is designed to help you pass the PMP exam by coaching you on what to expect, teaching you the format and structure of the exam, and providing tips and study methods to help you prepare. Get an overview of all the domains tested on the PMP certification exam [five Project Management Process Groups and ten Knowledge Areas recognized in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), including questions on professional responsibility.

Courses

PMP Exam Prep

Apply your learning to: 

At the end of the course the participants will have learned to:

  • prepare for the PMP® Certificate exam
  • identify personal knowledge gaps and define areas to focus study on
  • develop a personalized study plan
  • develop a personal list of examination tips, tricks, techniques and activities to help retain information.
Details

Location

UBC ROBSON SQUARE

Duration

5 DAYS, 35 HOURS

Schedule

9AM-5PM

Tuition & Fees

$1,695

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Curriculum

Regular Program Required Courses

  • The following sequence is recommended:
Title
Spring / Summer2019
Fall2019
Winter2020

Program curriculum may be subject to change.

**This course is aligned to the PMBOK® Guide-Sixth Edition and is for project managers who are wishing to write the PMP exam prior to December 15, 2019, and meet the eligibility criteria set by the Project Management Institute.

The PMP Exam will change on December 16, 2019.  In January 2020, course contents will be updated to reflect the new syllabus.

 PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Instructors

Robert Goatham

Robert Goatham is the principal of Calleam Consulting. He founded Calleam in response to the on-going challenges organizations face in developing the leadership skills necessary to successfully deliver today's complex technology projects. Specializing in the study of failed projects, Robert translates hindsight from yesterday's projects into the foresight needed to ensure tomorrow's success. Robert has more than 20 years experience in the technology sector playing roles that include developer, technical lead, architect, quality manager, coach and senior project manager. As a public speaker, writer and trainer, Robert provides audiences with insights that go beyond the theory of a text book and speak directly to the challenges people face in today's workplace.

Requirements

It is strongly recommended that students be fluent in written and spoken business English.

How to Register

Registration is done on a course-by-course basis.

Create an account and login to register for specific courses at any time. Visa or MasterCard accepted.

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Online Course Registration

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Add items to your shopping cart and follow the instructions to complete your purchase.

Contact cbstudies@sauder.ubc.ca if you have any problems registering online.

What payment options do I have to pay for a course?

All course fees are payable in Canadian dollars. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

Will I have to pay tax on my course fees?

Fees made payable to UBC Sauder Continuing Business Studies are not subject to tax if they are for courses that are part of a certificate or associate certificate program.

Is it possible to take Change Management courses without enrolling in the program?

Yes, you are free to register in the courses you are interested in.

Will I be required to purchase textbooks and/or other materials?

Textbook, course binder, and access to mock exam questions are included in course fees.

Is there a fee differential for international students?

No, all students pay the same fees.

How do I get a T2202A tax receipt?

Many courses and programs offered by UBC Sauder Continuing Business Studies qualify for non-refundable tax credits and education expense amounts. If the courses or programs you were enrolled in are eligible, you will receive an email notification in February outlining how to obtain your T2202A Tuition, Education and Textbook tax certificate. A T2202A can be used as an official statement for income tax purposes.

I'm a UBC employee. How can I access UBC Sauder Continuing Business Studies courses?

Most UBC employee groups are eligible for tuition fee waivers that reimburse or offset the cost of most courses. Please visit the UBC Finance Tuition Fee Benefit website for information on eligibility and instructions on how to use your tuition fee benefit. Since tuition fee benefits for UBC faculty and staff may differ depending on your employee group, please visit the UBC Human Resources Benefits website for information on your eligibility. Do not register for a course prior to submitting your tuition waiver.

If your department or faculty is funding the course, please submit an authorized journal voucher (JV) along with your registration to UBC Sauder Continuing Business Studies.

General

Are there any accommodations for people with medical conditions or disabilities?

Please contact us well in advance of the program for assistance in the event of either of these circumstances.

Where can I get parking or transit information?

Parking and transit information is available on our website.

Who can I contact if I still have questions about the PMP Exam Prep course?

If you are unable to find the information you need on the website, please contact us by phone at 604-822-1420 or online.

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