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Learn project management the right way with this $99 RedVector instruction

Learn project management the right way with this $99 RedVector instruction
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Becoming a project manager — and netting the nearly six-figure salary those gigs can bring — isn’t just about knowing how to run a successful project. You also need to be able to prove you can handle a company’s most vital high-stakes initiatives.

In project management, that means certification from a trusted and respected provider, like the Project Management Institute (PMI). RedVector offers a host of training courses, all keyed to helping you secure that elite PMI validation of your abilities. With the current TNW Deals discount, you can get a full year of RedVector Project Manager Pro Membership at half off, just $99.

RedVector’s Pro collection includes access to over 100 courses as well as important contact hours you need to eventually sit for the Project Management Professional (PMI-PMP) and Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) exams.

Even if you’re completely unversed in the principles of project management, these courses will get you up to speed on virtually every method and tool you’ll be using. Courses explain how to assess managing risk, quality assurance and cost controls. As the most used project management discipline, this training covers Agile processes, a framework to help you constantly monitor and evaluate your project goals while hitting key milestones and keeping all stakeholders accountable and informed.

In case you’re on the fence about the value of certification, know that PMP-qualified managers can expect to earn an average salary 20 percent higher than their uncertified colleagues. That stat alone should make a course package like this a no brainer, but with the $100 off with this limited time offer, this is the time to open 2019 the right way.

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