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CompTIA Project+ Training and Certification

CompTIA Project+ Training and Certification

$2,195.00 Per Enrollment

Price Includes:

All course ware, CompTIA Project+ Exam Voucher, ‘Price & Quality Guarantee’ and 40 Hours Instructor-Led Training

If you are looking to understand project management fundamentals from a vendor-neutral perspective CompTIA's Project+ Certification is just what you are looking for. TrainACE's hands-on Project+ training course will teach you the foundational knowledge and skills you need to understand setting up and running small- to medium-sized projects.

Because Project+ is not tied to specific methodologies or frameworks it will give you a broader understanding of project management from different perspectives.

Our Project+ class includes access to iLabs, provided by InfoSec Learning LLC


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    Get your CompTIA Project+ Training and Certification training in our convenient IT training centers in Maryland or Virginia.

    Why Take Project+ Training?


    The demand for professionals with project management experience and qualifications has never been higher, and the demand is only increasing. The ability to bring projects in on time and on budget is more and more critical across all industries, particularly the IT industry. So what sets CompTIA Project+ apart from other project management certifications?

    Projects vary considerably in size and complexity, even within the same company. Not all projects need the full weight of Axelos' Prince 2 or PMI's PMP methodology. Project+ training will give you the foundational skills you need to handle smaller projects and apply an appropriate level of organization to any given task.

    According to an Glassdoor, the average salary for a Project Manager in the Washington D.C. region is $71,988. This rises to $103,000 if you are looking at working in the IT Industry.

    What is the Project Plus Certification?

    The Project+ certification offered by CompTIA proves that a professional has the knowledge and skills required to create and run small- to medium-sized business projects. The training includes many of foundational skills taught in other project management certification courses, including an introduction to Agile.

    Is the Project Plus Certification Worth It in Washington, D.C.?

    Bringing projects in on time and under budget is increasingly important to companies in the Washington D.C. region as its booming technology centers grow in size and importance. Project management is a versatile skill that complements nearly all your other skills in a business environment, so hiring managers and human resources departments look very favourably on professionals with these types of certifications.

    Project managment skill are much in demand nationally but particularly in the Washington, D.C. Metro region. The average salary for a Project Manager in Washington, D.C. is $71,988 and $103,000 if you are working in the IT industry.


    What you need to know before taking Project+ training


    This is considered an entry- to mid-level certification. There are no specific prerequisits but it is recommended that cadidates have at least 12 months project management experience or equivalent education before taking the exam

    Exam and Certification Requirements:


    Current exam number PK0-004

    • Maximum of 90 questions
    • Time Length 90 minutes
    • Passing Score 710


    Who needs Project+ Certification?


    Related Careers:

    CompTIA Project+ Certification prepares you for roles with these types of job titles:

    • • Project Coordinator
    • • Project Manager
    • • Project Team Member
    • • Business Analyst
    • • Manager
    • • Director
    • • Team Leader


    Skills and Concepts:

    • • Fundamentals of Project Management
    • • Starting the Project
    • • Project Planning
    • • Project Schedule Development Preparation
    • • Project Schedule Development
    • • Planning Project Costs
    • • Planning Human Resources and Quality Management
    • • Project Communication
    • • Risk Planning
    • • Project Procurement Planning
    • • Change Management and Transitions
    • • Running the Project
    • • Running the Procurement Plan
    • • Analysing and Managing Project Performance
    • • Analysing and Managing Project Constraints
    • • Analysing and Managing Project Risks
    • • Analysing and Managing Procurements
    • • Closing the Project