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New PMP 2021 Exam Bridge Course

Learn the added knowledge required for the 2021 PMP Exam. This session only includes the net new topics.

Description

This bridging course covers only the additional knowledge that will be tested in the PMP Exam in alignment with the latest PMP Examination Content Outline 2021.

This course assumes that you already are comfortable and knowledgeable with the process knowledge that was tested in the past exam. If you had an unsuccessful attempt in 2020, we strongly recommend taking the full course, not just the bridging course. This is because some of the process knowledge that will continue to be tested may have a gap as well.

Business Domain:

Additional knowledge about compliance, the business case and benefits management

Process Domain:

Selecting the appropriate approach and governance for the project needs

Agile ways of working: The Scrum Framework

Managing project artifacts

People Domain:

Working with teams in Agile and Predictive approaches

Addressing conflict and team building

Servant leadership and emotional intelligence 

Inclusions

  • 4 Hours of live training via Zoom to cover the new knowledge for the 2021 PMP Exam. 
  • Material used for the session will be shared in PDF form post-session.

Exclusions

This program does not include access to the PM1Sim Exam Simulator.

Access to the simulator can be purchased for $59 after the bridge session. This will give you over 1000 practice questions for all topics in the new PMP exam, not just the new topics.

 

 

 

Who should attend?

  • Individuals who have already fully studied for the PMP Exam between October - December 2020. If you took a course or studied earlier than that, we recommend the full course.

Individuals who attempted the exam in the October - December 2020 timeframe and did not pass.  Please keep in mind that we are only covering the new knowledge.

The new exam still includes about 40% of the past knowledge so if you had an unsuccessful attempt, you will still need to review or re-study those topics.

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