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Project Management Professional

Succeeding in the world of management means taking the extra steps to set yourself apart from your peers. Becoming a PMP® or CAPM® is a way to do that.

If you're currently in management, regardless of the industry, earning a PMP®or CAPM® designation shows you've acquired the tools necessary to be manage multi-faceted projects as a project manager. The course focuses on the Talent Triangle defined by PMP® as 1) strategic and business management, 2) leadership, and 3) technical skills related to resource allocation and management.


Program Overview

PMP® or CAPM® certification upon successful completion of the industry certification exam

35 hours 


Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED®


You'll learn the concepts and vocabulary of project management from the perspective of the PMBOK Guide - Sixth Edition. Additional topics include defining the roles of key project stakeholders; creating a WBS and describing its value as an essential document used in project planning; explaining earned value analysis; and performing earned value calculations.

What can I do when I complete this program?

This certification is nationally recognized and useful to all industries. Project managers can use this designation to advance their career and can continue to build their skills by obtaining the PMP-ACP® designation. According to Project Management Institute, certification holders earn 20-25% higher salaries than non-certified project managers.

Who teaches this program?

Taught by Joe Launi, an experienced educator and PMI Registered Education Provider (PMI R.E.P.), the course uses practical, real-world experiences related to the concepts covered in this course. Joe is approved by PMI to issue professional development units (PDUs) for the course.

Joseph (Joe) D. Launi, PMP®, is the President of Project Management Experts. Mr. Launi has worked over 35 years to develop a solid reputation for delivering successful projects and improving project management processes in the federal arena. He is a proven project management executive with progressive experience encompassing project management office (PMO) leadership; development and management of PMO policies, best practices and methodologies; development and presentation of project management training; implementation of project management software solutions; information technology project and program oversight; and research and development into motivation and morale building programs. Mr. Launi's federal training experience is extensive and includes teaching PMP® Exam Prep classes for the Department of Defense, civilian, and Department of Defense contractors.