This is No JOKE! – As a proud Registered Educational Provider we have worked hard with the Project Management Institute to understand and provide training for their latest 2016 PMP exam updates.
This exam is now the only version of the exam being provided to potential Project Management Professionals.
To summarize their updates the five domains of practice — Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing — for the PMP exam have not changed. However, there are numerous tasks within each domain that have been changed, added, or removed entirely. Additionally, there are a few new areas of focus related to evolving aspects of the project management profession.
Our newest Training Course: “PMP 2016 Exam Updates” covers these changes in depth.
Now you can learn about the following:
- Learn about the role delineation study that was used when considering which changes were necessary.
- Thoroughly cover how the following have changed in emphasis and content within the exam:
- Risk Management
- Stakeholder Management
- Lessons Learned
- Review detailed information regarding additions and changes to the domain tasks covered by the exam.