If a project you’ve managed went over budget or took longer than you anticipated, you know firsthand that it’s a stressful experience. Employers value savvy project managers who can get the job done on time and on budget. The Project Management Bootcamp is an opportunity to gain prestige in your field by by thoroughly preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential exam, a globally recognized and respected designation that shows your employer you know how to make shrewd decisions that reduce the risk of project overruns. PMP®s-certified project managers are paid on average about 20% more than uncertified managers. And they gain the admiration of their superiors and peers.
Proven Strategies for Finishing Projects On Time And On Budget
Project Management is one of the fastest growing professional disciplines in the United States. Having PMP®-certified employees overseeing projects gives companies a competitive edge. The proven strategies used by PMP®-certified project managers dramatically reduce costly over-budget penalties and increase the likelihood projects will be completed in a timely manner. Project managers walk away from the Project Management Bootcamp with the comprehensive knowledge necessary to pass the PMP® test.
Everything You Need To Prepare For Your PMP® Test
The class includes everything necessary to prepare for the PMP® including the PMP® Exam Prep System (including PMP® Exam Prep book, PM FASTrack® Exam Simulation Software, and Hot Topics Flashcards) developed by Rita Mulcahy, and a hard copy of the PMBOK. The PMP® credential is ISO 9001: 2008 compliant and an ANSI standard. In addition, this program satisfies the requirements for the CAPM® exam.
Your training modules reference the PMI A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (the PMBOK Guide). The material follows the natural progression of the PMBOK and includes the 42 processes mapped to the nine project management knowledge areas. These knowledge areas are described by their inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs. These study modules will help you apply effective project management tactics within your organization, allowing your reputation as a successful project manager to flourish.
Enhance Your Skills In Our State-Of-The-Art Facility
By taking the Project Management Bootcamp, you’ll have access to Clemson’s state-of-the-art facility with high-tech classrooms. The glass walls afford a spectacular view of Greenville’s cityscape. Most importantly, you’ll prepare for your credential at a prestigious university.
Are You Eligible For The PMP-Test?
Any PMP® candidate must verify a high school diploma or an Associate’s degree with 60 months (7,500 hours) of PM experience, or a Bachelor’s degree with 36 months (4,500 hours) of PM experience over the last eight years. In both cases candidates must also have 35 contact hours of project management education, which is offered though this course. The application for the exam and verification of education and experience are done online at the Project Management Institute website.
Sign up today for the Project Management Bootcamp because attending this bootcamp and becoming a Project Management Professional could be one of the most profitable decisions you’ll ever make in your career.
Session Leader: Russ Purvis, PhD
Dr. Purvis has been in the Department of Management at Clemson since 1999. Prior to entering academia, he gained 12 years of business experience, with 8 years in various management roles. He earned his PhD in Information and Management Sciences from Florida State University and his MBA from Georgia State University. He has served at numerous capacities at Clemson University, including graduate coordinator of the management department, as well as multiple college and university committees. He teaches courses in the areas of information systems and technology management at the PhD, MBA and undergraduate levels.
2017 Fall Camp
- Session 1: Oct. 4-5
- Session 2: Nov. 8-10
2018 Spring Camp
- Session 1: Feb. 6-7
- Session 2: Mar. 6-8
2018 Fall Camp
- Session 1: Oct. 9-10
- Session 2: Nov. 6-8