How to Read the PMBoK-Guide® Leveraging your CAPM® or PMP® Self-Study
Get the Most 'Bang' per hour of study by Understanding the PMBoK-G's hidden structure a simple logic before you start your studyEnroll in Course
HELLO :-) I'm Simon, I teach live face-2-face PMI exam classes.
The CAPM® and PMP® exams are tough. They are expensive to book with PMI and expensive of your time to study, they take close attention to detailed knowledge and techniques
This 75min course will ACCELERATE your study efforts by giving you a COMPLETE overview of the PMBoK-G's hidden project logic. We'll also introduce the ideas of exam technique (although to keep this course short and focussed I have not included them all)
Honouring "Begin with the end in mind" I'll also share a few thoughts on selecting study resources.
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Free-AccessL1 S1-3: Hello, When you see this question you'll probably say "Oh wow, help!" (5:14)
StartL2 S4-5: The Answer, the TECHNIQUE for answering that question & Secret Sauce for Exam success (5:32)
StartL3 S6: Crucial Concept - The PMBoK-G's THREE Perspective on the LOGIC of organising project knowledge (7:53)
StartL4 S7-8: How the PLC, PGs and KAs fit together Along the TimeLine (Project Life-Cycle and Process Groups and Knowledge Areas) (6:15)
StartL5 S9: The Golden Key to unlocking your most productive time Self-Studying (25:48)
StartL6 s10-12: Consolidation of the vast amount we've covered so rapidly AND crucial (free) DOWNLOADS from PMI's website (9:08)
StartL7 s13-14: Another Exam Question - See how easy the exam is when you Know the Golden Key (11:01)
Free-AccessL8 s15-17: Your Study Project's Deliverables - How to ensure your Exam Capable (5:49)
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Ive worked in projects since '79. After a stroke in 2020 i retired. I held & taught PMP when it meant something - In fact i taught a lot of topics like Leading Complex Projects before agile was a thing (and it swamped so lost a lot of what we know) - Now some of that training is online here at a cant be beat price (Free)
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P.S. maybe you'd like to do our risk management masterclass companion to our Fast-Track risk course. (Both are included in our £5 bundle subscription.) I'm confident no-one else's project risk management has the content ours does. Others pretend risk is impact times probability of a single event single outcome chain. Niave in the extreme but common in text books.
Hey Wow, I hope that was useful. Let me know what your thoughts are.
Best regards - Simon