The Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is the most recognized credential in the project management field. Before sitting for the certification exam, project managers are required to undergo 35 contact hours, noted on the exam application. Our PMP® Certification Training course in Washington DC satisfies the educational requirements, and equips you with the knowledge and skills to pass the exam.
The programs offered by Simpetopia are designed to help you go beyond the basic, while also simplifying the teachings outlined in the Project Management Body Of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Aside from helping you understand the content of the PMBOK® Guide, we also teach how to apply PMBOK® Guide framework to help you become a better project manager.
We focus on the areas that project managers need to be proficient in such as scheduling, improving deficiencies, problem solving, and more.
PMP® Test Preparation
The goal of our training is to adequately prepare you to pass the PMP® Certification exam offered by the PMI. We have created a comprehensive syllabus specifically designed around the certification test. We are confident that students who successfully pass our course will be able to pass their exam.
We have put a lot of effort into creating the most complete and easy to follow PMP® course available. When you choose Simpetopia’s proven PMP® training courses in Washington DC, you have the flexibility of registering for our:
- Web-based self study
- Web-based instructor led class
- Local Classroom
- Corporate onsite class
This ensures that you are able to find a solution that works best for your learning style, schedule, and preference.
Professional Development Units (PDUs)
In order to become PMP® qualified, you must accrue a certain number of PDUs. Worth 1 hour of project management training, PMI requires that one must have 60 PDUs in order to be considered a certified project manager.
If you are interested in receiving PMP® training in Washington DC, we look forward to having you as a student, and preparing you to take the PMP® certification test.