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PMP Certification Training Live Online

Invest in your future today! A PMP certified project manager makes over $125,000 according to the latest career survey from the Project Management Institute. Take the next step forward in your career and become an in-demand certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

EdWel's 4-day PMP training is an accelerated, proven path to PMP certification. After just four days in our virtual classroom, you will pass the exam.


  • Title: PMP Certification Live Online
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Format: Online Learning Materials w/Instructor
  • Time: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
  • PMI Approved Hours: 35 hours


Live Bootcamp

With the PreparePM Online Bootcamp, you get the following:

  • An instructor-led, web-based class
  • Print copy of our 400 page textbook
  • A 2,100+ question simulator
  • Easy to master test-taking strategies and tips
  • Continuous coaching and support via our PMP-certified Academic Adviser™ program

We designed our 4-day virtual PMP certification boot camp to help you break down your exam questions quickly and answer them the right way. Here is what you will know after our training:

  • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs (ITTO)
  • Initiating, Planning, Executing, Control, Closing
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Human Resource Management
  • Project Communications Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Mock Exam and Test Simulation


Free PMP® Textbook and Study Guide from PreparePM

To receive a free 400-page PMP® textbook with hundreds of questions, please visit this site and enter the required information. PMP® Exam Textbook 5.0. The textbook is a great free resource for anyone planning to take the PMP exam.

Next steps

With your registration complete, a PreparePM specialist will guide you through the entire PMP process. Most importantly, we will submit your application to PMI for approval. In addition, we will provide you with these study materials:

  • a 400-page bound textbook developed by PreparePM ,
  • the 600-page Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide 5th edition),
  • and a 1500 question exam simulator.
Instructors make the difference! Your PMP-certified instructor will utilize accelerated learning techniques and provide tailored instruction to both you and other course participants.


Course Info

Your exam will have 200 ambiguously-worded problems, randomly chosen from a huge database of 13,000 possible questions - all designed to challenge your ability to maintain focus. With so many possible questions, just knowing the key project management terms is not enough to pass the first time.

Drawing on our 15 years of experience, our instructors teach you how to break down your questions quickly and answer them the right way. Here is what you will learn:

  • Inputs, Tools & Techniques, Outputs (ITTO)
  • Initiating, Planning, Executing, Control, Closing
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Human Resource Management
  • Project Communications Management
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Mock Exam and Test Simulation

PMP Exam Prep

• Welcome. Student and instructor greetings
• Discussion of test-taking strategies
• Chapter 1, PMP Examination Overview
• Examination of PMP exam questions
• Chapter 2, Learn the Project Life Cycle and Project Organization
• Differences between Projects, Programs and Portfolios
• Complete memory checks for chapter 2
• Chapter 3, Understanding the Project Management Knowledge Areas
• ITTO – Inputs, Tools, Techniques and Outputs. Know the process
• Knowledge area mapping of the 47 major processes
• Chapter 4, coordinate Integration Management processes into the PM plan
• Outline the units of a good PM plan
• Complete memory checks for chapters 3 and 4.
• Chapter 5, Select Scope Management processes into the PM plan
• Know the ITTO for the Scope Management knowledge area.
• Chapter 5, Check answers for the practice test
• Conclusions & Assessments

Topics Day 2

• Chapter 6 – Study the Project Time Management Overview
• Align the Project Time Management Processes with PM process groups
• Identifying potential test topics and studying Network Diagrams and Critical Path
• Complete mock exam for Chapter 6
• Check answers
• Chapter 7 – Project Cost Management
• Work on Earned Value formulas
• Integrate cost management processes into PM process groups
• Work Earned Value formulas into exam questions
• Apply all earned value formulas needed for the exam
• Workbook Memory Check
• Chapter 8 – Project Quality Management
• Integrate QMP’s into PM process groups
• Key ITTO of the QM knowledge area
• Understand, and use CBA techniques
• Mock exam for Chapter 8
• Check answers and review
• Conclusions & Assessments

Topics Day 3

• Chapter 9 – HR Project Management
• Understanding staffing and HR plans
• Team Development & Team Theory
• Mock Exam for Chapter 9
• Memory Check for Chapter 9
• Chapter 10 – Project Communications
• Why communication is important
• Align PM Communications into the PM process
• Identify a Communications Mgt. Plan’s components
• Mock exam for Chapter 10 and analyze answers
• Complete the Project Risk Management Overview - Chapter 11
• How risk is understood vis a vis the exam
• Identify and describe risk planning and response
• Mock exam for Chapter 11
• Conclusions & Assessments

Topics Day 4

• Chapter 12 – Project Procurement Management
• Identify ITTO of procurement
• Outline Project Procurement Process vis a vis PM process
• Understand and know legal and contract terms found on PMP exam • Memory Check for Chapter 12
• Chapter 13 – Project Stakeholder Management
• Stakeholder Engagement – the Plan – Control
• Stakeholder Register & Engagement Matrices
• Memory Check for Chapter 13
• Mock Exam for Chapter 13
• Chapter 14 – Professional Responsibility
• Ethics and how PMI test for it on the PMP
• Social and Professional Responsibility & what it means
• Memory Check for Chapter 14
• Discussion of ethics and its role for a PM
• Final Exam – 175 questions
• Conclusions & Assessments

Taking the Exam Day 5 (optional)

PreparePM requires that all participants take the exam within four weeks of completing our class. What is the best day to take the exam? That depends on you, the participant. Prometric Testing Centers is where you will actually sit for the exam, and they are open six days a week – closed only on Sunday. One thing to keep in mind is, limiting distractions is going to be key to success..

All PreparePM students receive a 1500 question Practice Test Simulator. With the PTS, a student can literally take the exam hundreds of times before sitting for the actual PMP exam. Your PreparePM PMP®-certified Academic Adviser will be available to help you along the way.
With PreparePM, you are covered before, during, and after the class. No other provider offers a guarantee that covers you as extensively as ours.

If you don't pass the first time, take our class again for free. Continue your full access to all course materials and custom simulators while receiving detailed test-taking advice and professional support from your PMP-certified adviser.

Most importantly, our 100% Pass Guarantee covers a full tuition refund should you not pass the PMP exam in three attempts. The only catch? You have to take your first test within 4 weeks and any retakes within 12 weeks (while you still remember the material).

Virtual Training


Learn from the comfort of your own home or office. Prior to the scheduled class, we will send you login instructions for our web-based learning application. Over the four day session, you will participate in group discussions, team breaks and question/answer sessions.



Tuition: $1390 with early registration

Call 800-544-1995 for corporate discounts or to discuss payment plans.

What is PMP Certification?

Getting the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is a two-part process. First, there is an application that you need to submit to the Project Management Institute (PMI). The application requires you to document 4500 hours of time working on projects within the last eight years. Additionally, you should have completed 35 hours of project management-related training or education. PMI details everything in full in their handbook.

If you think you meet these requirements, then you can submit your application from the section of the PMI website. The online application has an auto-save function so you can come back to it. Once submitted, an employee of the Project Management Institute will review your application. Typically, the reviewer takes about five business days to review your application. Once approved, you will receive an e-mail from PMI. In the email will be an eligibility code. You will need this code to pay for and schedule your exam with Prometric Testing Center.

What is the Project Management Institute (PMI)?

Founded in 1969, The Project Management Institute has the following stated core belief:

Project management is a critical competence that has a positive influence on organizational results and society.

To build a community of professionals with these critical competency standards, PMI developed the PMP exam in 1984. Currently, there are almost 750,000 PMP credential holders globally

How is the PMP exam administered?

The PMP exam is a non-adaptive, computer based exam of 200 multiple choice questions. Administered by an independent testing administrator (Prometric), each exam question has one correct answer. You have four hours to complete the exam. Most test-takers finish the exam with a little time to spare. Each question has a level of difficulty assigned to it by PMI. The “mix” of difficult and easy questions determines how many questions you need to answer correctly. At the end of the four hours, your exam will be graded immediately and you will receive your scores. The scores are the following:

  • Below Proficient
  • Moderately Proficient
  • Proficient
It is possible to receive a below proficient score in one area and still pass. However, you will need to offset that below proficient score with higher scores in all other areas.

How much does the PMP exam cost?

The exam costs $405 for PMI members and $555 for non-members. The annual fee for PMI membership is $139, so you save a few dollars if you become a member and then schedule your exam.

How should I study for the PMP exam?

Close to 70% of exam questions come directly from the PMBOK Guide which stands for Project Management Body of Knowledge. Right now, all PMP exams are based on the 5th edition of the PMBOK Guide. This edition has a brown cover to it and can be bought online for less than $50 USD. A successful study plan would be the following:

  • Read the PMBOK
  • Attend a PreparePM boot camp
  • Use our exam simulator to take a few practice exams

How much time should I spend preparing for class?

In preparation for our boot camp, we suggest about 10 hours of pre-class reading. The 35 hours of time in the classroom will cover the rest.

Upcoming Classes

Aug 10
Online PMP Certification

August 10-13, 2017

Virtual

Save up to $300 when you register early. Call 800.544.1995.

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Testimonials

  • I took the boot camp last Monday thru Thursday and I passed my PMP, on my first attempt, on Friday afternoon.

    Lorna Lavelle, PMP
  • I took my bootcamp last week and passed the next day. My instructor was easily one of the best instructors I've ever had.

    Timothy Hopkins, PMP
  • I leveraged the course as somewhat of a capstone to my preparation period. I took the exam the very next day after the boot camp ended, and passed.

    Acie Slade PMP

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