Topic: PMP Exam Application Guidelines and Exam Administration
Date: September 22
Time: 5:00 - 6:30 PM
PDU Category: Technical/ 1.5 PDUs
Are you ready to take the PMP exam and to advance in your career?
Do you have general questions like “where do I start with application?” or ‘do I qualify to take the exam?” or “what changed in 2021 exam?”
Exam content is changing to move along with the evolving project management profession. Today's project management practitioners work in a variety of project settings and use a range of project methods, according to PMI's research. As a result, the PMP credential would reflect the new approaches and tools.
This event is being held to alert members to the changes in the PMP exam content and to answer any questions you may have about applying for the exam.
You also will learn what types of experience are needed, how to get your contact hours, and when to apply for the exam. PMI offers the exam on-line via Proctor, and you will learn what that means to you.
The instructor will be presenting and answering questions that you may have about the PMP exam and changes to the exam in 2021.
Svetlana Averbukh is the current President of the PMI-Los Angeles chapter board. During her long volunteer history with the chapter, she has served in many capacities including seminar coordinator and PMP Exam Prep instructor.
Svetlana (SK) is a seasoned project management professional having worked in the technology and business fields for various industries like manufacturing, IT, healthcare, higher education, and more. She is motivated to pass on the knowledge to the next generation. She has taught project management, technology, and business classes at a university, as well as training companies