Class Schedule

GreenbeltMon - Thurs04/29/201905/03/20198:30am - 5pm
AshburnMon - Thurs05/13/201905/17/20198:30am - 5pm
GreenbeltMon - Thurs06/10/201906/14/20198:30am - 5pm
AshburnMon - Thurs06/24/201906/28/20198:30am - 5pm
AshburnMon - Thurs08/19/201908/22/20198:30am - 5pm
GreenbeltMon - Thurs08/26/201908/29/20198:30am - 5pm

Why You Should Take PMP:

CAPM training is available at our two locations in Greenbelt, MD and Ashburn, 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/or formal instruction, and an 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.

Recommended Training Audience & Prerequisites

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.

PMI’s CAPM 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.

Related Careers:

  • 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


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