PMP Preparation

You’re ready to take the next step in your career by becoming a Project Management Professional. You’ve put in your hours and earned your experience on the job. But are you ready for the rigor of the PMP exam?

Why Liberty Bell Consulting?

Cost Effective.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be prepared for passing the PMP exam including an understanding of:

  • Each of the 5 major project management processes, including inputs, outputs, tools, techniques, and terminology
  • How each process relates to the 9 project management knowledge areas
  • The project management framework and how processes flow within it
  • The “professional responsibility” subject matter that PMI added to the exam
  • PMI formulas related to cost, time, quality, and risk, and how to apply them in real scenarios
  • How to produce network diagrams, calculate critical path, float, and lag, and the terms, tools, and techniques that apply to them
  • Test-taking strategies to help you understand and decode PMI’s test questions and avoid common traps and pitfalls
  • A working knowledge of PMI’s vocabulary and terms

The New PMP Exam

The new PMP® exam is scheduled to change on August 31, 2011.  This means that the last day to take the current PMP® exam is August 30, 2011.  Approximately 30 percent of the PMP® exam will change.  The education and experience eligibility requirements for the PMP® credential will not change.

Liberty Bell Consulting will continue providing instruction based on the current PMBOK through early summer.

For those who are planning to take the current version of the PMP® exam, you should complete your PMP® application and schedule your exam well before August 31, 2011.  By June 2011, we anticipate the availability to sit for your exam in the month of August will be limited.

Holistic Approach to Learning

Not just a course — The Velociteach PMP Exam Prep system is a blended learning solution which includes three main components.

A very intensive 3-day instructor led course consisting of 17 modules that cover the entire scope of knowledge required for passing the PMP exam. Taught by industry experts, the course is chock full of advice, study techniques, and best practices for passing the exam. Materials include a comprehensive workbook including course slides and plenty of room for notes to help you study.

The InSite e-learning system; which includes an e-learning component and a PMP exam testing lab. The e-learning portion supplements the instructor led course and provides about 15 – 20 hours of project management training reinforcement. Participants can go through all of the e-learning modules, or select specific modules to clarify and review specific exam topics. By completing the entire e-learning module, participants can earn up to 20 contact hours (in addition to the 21 contact hours earned during the 3-day instructor-led course).

The testing lab allows you to simulate the taking of an actual 4 hour PMP exam, or create custom tests of any length focused on specific areas of your choice. The results of each test are recorded, so you can see where you need to focus in order to pass the exam.

Andy Crowe’s book “The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try”, flash cards, laminated quick reference guide and audio tapes. Use these as you study leading up to your exam, to help ensure that you know the material inside and out.

Course Material

  • 3-days of  instructor-led PMP Exam Prep course
  • The book: “The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try” — by Andy Crowe, PMP
  • A comprehensive student workbook
  • A 6-month subscription to InSite: a series of self paced on-line project management training modules designed to review and re-enforce the in-class PMP® Exam Prep workshop. Students who choose to complete all InSite modules receive an additional 20 contact hours!
  • Approximately 6 hours of audio files on how to prepare for the PMP exam
    (study and review on your way to work)
  • 250 flash cards
  • Laminated PMP exam prep quick reference guide

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