Become a PMI-certified project manager with the PMP Prep bundle

Become a PMI-certified project manager with the PMP Prep bundle

The value of a high-level Project Manager is impossible to overstate, as they are the productivity gatekeepers in project costs, risk management and beyond.

With the comprehensive foundation training provided in the Project Management PMP Prep Bundle, you can earn top-level PM certification and establish yourself as your company’s action person.

At 73 percent off from TNW Deals, the sound of opportunity knocking is that much more appealing.

Across five courses you’ll receive 76+ hours of elite training in turning out marketing campaigns effectively, on time and under budget.

You’ll soon grasp the Project Management Institute’s publication A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, or PMBOK 5 based on engaging visual formats, making your learning experience more immersive than standard lectures and massive blocks of text.

Along the way, you’ll learn what it takes to identify and mitigate risks within a project, navigate formulas, charts and theories related to your field, and even earn five PMI Professional Development Units (PDUs) for your efforts.

The final step? Passing the PMI PMP or CAPM exams to become a full-fledged PMI Certified Project Manager.

Courses include:

  • Project Management in Marketing – $97 Value
  • The Common Sense Approach to Learning PMP Project Management – $59 Value
  • PMP Exam Prep Seminar: 35 PDUs – $40 Value
  • Master the PMBOK Guide, Fifth Edition – $25 Value
  • Master Project Risk Management – 5 PDUs – $20 Value

Pick up the Project Management PMP Prep Bundle for just $65 on TNW Deals.

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