The Chapter's mission is to promote project management as a profession to the community by:
PMI® California Central Valley Chapter (CCVC ) in partnership with the DeVry University , is hosting their Spring ‘16 CAPM Exam Prep Course.
DeVry University is a Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC ) after meeting the Project Management Institute’ s (PMI®) rigorous standards for quality and effectiveness.
Completion of this course satisfies the requirement of 23 hours of Project Management training for the exam application.
Why should I get my CAPM®?
Demand for credentialed project managers is increasing. Recent surveys have shown on average that CAPM credential holders are earning more money that their non-credentialed counterparts.
Why Should I take this course?
You’ll gain the essential knowledge and preparation necessary to pass the Project Management Institute’s CAPM Certification Exam. The course is based on PMI’s PMBOK Guide 5th Edition. This unique training, taught by professional CAPM or PMP-certified project managers with over 100 combined years of experience, will help you understand - not memorize - the concepts necessary to pass the CAPM exam. Our instructor’s backgrounds include Healthcare, Engineering, Construction, Transportation, Education, Aviation, Electronics, Manufacturing, Telecommunication, and Information Systems.
Topic Description - Winging it in the interviewing process is a bad approach for both the interviewer and the interviewee. In this presentation, Robin will provide tips for both parties on how to prepare for their next interview.
Bio - Robin is the Training Coordinator at Worklogic HR where she creates and delivers training programs on topics such as harassment prevention, supervisory skills, and communication. She holds several HR certifications, is a certified trainer, a certified professional coach, and is certified to administer several personality assessments including the MBTI, DISC, and EQ-i. Robin has master’s degrees in Communication Studies and Human Resource Development and is currently enrolled in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology certificate program through Grand Canyon University.
The Board of Directors and all of the members of the PMI-CCVC wish to thank each of the Chapter sponsors for their continued support of the organization and their recognition of the importance of project management in the Country.
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