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CAPM - Certified Associate in Project Management

CAPM - Certified Associate in Project Management

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If you're looking to get started in Project Management and the PMP Certification seems like a big leap. CAPM is ideal for you. TrainACE's hand-on CAPM classes will introduce you to the foundational concepts and skills required to manage projects and will give you a taste of the wealth of opportunities available to certified project managers.

This instructor-led course is available at our Greenbelt, MD and Ashburn, VA offices and is given by our skilled and experienced instructors. On successful completion of the training will leave with the skills to pass the technical certification exams and the experience to be able to utilize your new skills in the real world.

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    Get your CAPM - Certified Associate in Project Management training in our convenient IT training centers in Maryland or Virginia.

    Why Take CAPM Training in Maryland?

    CAPM classes are available at our two locations in Greenbelt, MD and VA, as well as online. The CAPM Certification training course enhances project managers’ understanding of the application of their projects. Completion of certification ensures employers of an individual’s work experience and formal instruction, and advanced knowledge of the application of project management. Our CAPM class is full of thorough instructor explanation, exercises, team drills, worksheets and review questions. Our class is taught by a project management Subject Matter Expert instructor.

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    Is it Worth Getting CAPM Certification in DC?


    You may be wondering if it is worth obtaining the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification before pursuing the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. The best answer to that is found by looking at the benefits that come along with a CAPM certification.

    It establishes your credibility and knowledge in project management. The CAPM certification let’s prospective employers and hiring managers that candidates possess the experience, knowledge, and education that is required to perform entry-level project management roles. It also ensures that candidates have an understanding of and a commitment to adhering to the industry-standard code of ethics and professional conduct.

    It demonstrates that you understand project management best practices. The CAPM certification involves learning best practices for project management roles. The skillset that CAPM professionals obtain in pursuing the credential includes project planning, execution, monitoring, and controlling a project towards successful completion.

    It builds your confidence as a project lead. In obtaining your CAPM certification, you not only learn the skills necessary to act as a project lead, but you also learn leadership skills that are valuable in the workplace. As a project lead, you will gain important insights about managing teams and communicating effectively.

    It offers better career opportunities. The CAPM certification is recognized worldwide by all major organizations, and candidates who have the credential are often preferred over other candidates. Even if you have minimal related work experience in project management, you will still have a leg up on your noncertified counterparts. The CAPM certification will provide you with more opportunities in the job market.

    What Jobs Can You Get with a CAPM Certification in DC?


    The CAPM certification is an entry-level credential in project management that was created for professionals who want to get into the field but do not have the required work experience for a PMP certification. The CAPM certification involves learning the fundamentals of project management, key terminology, and best practices. The knowledge and skillset of CAPM certified professionals make them ideal for many different jobs.

    Some of the most common roles that CAPM certified professionals are qualified for include:

    • • Business Analyst
    • • Consultants in various fields
    • • Relational Administrator
    • • Marketing Communications Coordinator
    • • Senior IT Technical Project Manager
    • • Project Management Office Analyst
    • • Assistant or Junior Project Manager
    • • Operational Support Associate
    • • and many others.

    What you need to know before taking CAPM classes in Maryland?


    The PMI’s CAPM certification is an entry-level certification that fortifies one’s abilities in project management. The CAPM is for professionals who are either entering the project management field or are in the field but do not yet meet the experience requirements for the PMP certification. The CAPM has quickly risen in the last two years as a now leading entry-level certification.

    Exam and Certification Requirements:


    Requirements for receiving certification are 1,500 hours of project management work or 23 hours of project management courses and passing one exam. Our class DOES fill the requirement and will allow anyone to take the CAPM certification exam upon completion. Participants must pass 1 exam to become a Certified Associate in Project Management. The cost of this exam is $300.00.


    Who needs CAPM Certification?


    • - Project Associate
    • - Project Coordinator
    • - IT Program Coordinator
    • - IT Services Manager


    Skills and Concepts

    • - Initiate a Project
    • - Plan Project Work (Scope, Work Breakdown Structure, etc.)
    • - Develop Project Schedules, Cost Estimates, and Budgets
    • - Plan Project Quality, Staffing, and Communications
    • - Analyze Risk and Plan Risk Response
    • - Plan Project Procurement