Pass The PMI CAPM v6 Cert Exam With uCertify Study Guide

Do you know? The PMBOK Guide has recently launched the Sixth Edition of CAPM certification exam. This is bringing a huge revolution by changing the foundation of the Project Management profession. The PMBOK Guide V6 includes Agile concepts in all knowledge areas that is the biggest change in the history of the PMBOK Guide. PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) v6 certification offers recognition to practitioners starting a career in project management who wish to demonstrate their project management knowledge. This certification denotes that the individual possesses the knowledge in the principles and terminology of PMBOK Guide, which validates good practices in project management. Individuals who contribute specialized skills to a project team can benefit from this certification by allowing them to align their work with that of project managers. This certification can benefit individuals who do not have project experience but are interested in project management. This knowledge can be applied to on-the-job experiences that help develop growing levels of competence in the aspects of project management. The Certified Associate in Project Management PMBOK 6 course will prepare you to take the PMI CAPM certification exam. This course is for candidates who manage large projects and gain more responsibility or add project management skills into their current role.

Topics covered:

  • Project Environment
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Role of the Project Manager
  • Project Quality Management
  • Project Resource Management
  • Project Schedule Management
  • Project Integration Management
  • Project Stakeholder Management
  • Project Procurement Management
  • Project Communications Management

Here are the course features:

  • 13+ Lessons
  • 248+ Quizzes
  • 223+ Flashcards
  • 75+ Pre-assessments
  • 75+ Post Assessments
  • 223+ Glossary of Terms

About The Exam

The PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification is an asset that distinguishes a candidate in the job market and enhances the credibility and effectiveness of working on or with project teams. The CAPM certification can benefit from the PMI CAPM certification by demonstrating their professional knowledge. Individuals with the CAPM designation after their name enjoy a high level of credibility from Project Management Professional (PMP) certification holders, project managers, employers, and peers. So, don’t waste your time and start preparing for the PMI CAPM cert exam with the uCertify study guide. Do not forget to check out the Steal The Deal sale going on and avail 25% discount on all the courses. Use the promo code UC25 while checking out.

 

CompTIA Project+ vs PMI CAPM : Which One You Should Choose?

Recently, a lot of people saying that PMP is the ultimate project management credential. But as you know great things comes after great hard work, same is the case with PMP cert, building up the experience and knowledge to be eligible to attempt this certification takes years of hard work, and perhaps some entry level certifications. Among the ultimate stepping stones towards the PMP, there are two best options you should consider: PMI CAPM (Certified Associate In Project Management) and CompTIA Project+.

You can find CAPM a better option compared to the Project+ as it’s developed by PMI, the organization that sets standards in the project management industry. But the good thing is that the Project+ is also based on the same PMBOK (project management body of knowledge), therefore, it covers the same objectives as the CAPM certification. So, what’s the difference between these two credentials?

First, prerequisites. To be eligible for the CAPM credential, candidates need to have either 1,500 hours of documented on-the-job experience (approximately 9 months of full-time work) or 23 hours of project management classroom training. Project+, however, does not have these requirements. Both CAPM and Project+ require passing one exam that covers more or less similar topics.

The CAPM is a good option for the professionals seeking a job in project management. But, it is not sufficient for a proper project management job because it is an entry-level credential. It is for IT professionals dealing with a number of project management aspects in their daily work, and need some project management training to work more efficiently.

Compared to the CAPM, Project+ certification program based on the needs and input from industry stakeholders, from leading IT companies to government organizations, education institutions, and so on. The best thing about CompTIA Project+ credential is that it targets the needs of project management with a special focus on the IT industry. For CompTIA Project+ certification candidates have to take one exam: PK0-004.

Many project management experts and certified professionals say that CompTIA Project+ is easier than the PMI CAPM certification which makes it somewhat less valuable than the CAPM. In spite of that, Project+ is just as good a stepping stone to the PMP, as CAPM. Yet, if you search for the entry-level project management credentials, many people mention that having the CAPM is an advantage while very few list the Project+.

Summing up, both credentials are definitely worth your attention if you are looking for an entry-level project management certification. The CAPM definitely has the challenge and edge to it, while CompTIA Project+ is more IT industry focused, and this fact may come as a significant advantage to many candidates. You can prepare for the cert exams with the uCertify courses.

PMI (Project Management Institute) revised the syllabus of their CAPM exam in 2012. CAPM certification is a valuable entry-level certification for less experienced project practitioners. This certification demonstrates a candidate’s commitment to project management, and their ability to manage larger projects.

12 new objectives were added to the exam.  uCertify has updated its CAPM PrepKit to incorporate 150 additional questions that cover these new objectives, along with an updated version of the corresponding eBook (online version) and chapter wise study guide.

Prepare for the new CAPM exam using uCertify’s updated prepkit! Get your free eval copy at:
https://www.ucertify.com/exams/PMI/CAPM.html

uCertify (August 3, 2009) Management is one of the most sought after career options these days in the corporate world. In today’s competitive environment, most companies are seeking effective ways and means to utilize their human resources by hiring the best managers who can prove their expertise. So if you’re seeking a career in management to improve your future career prospects, a good opportunity could be to opt for the CAPM certification, one of the top management-level certifications.

The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) is a credential administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMI is a non-profit organization formed in 1969. It has about 300,000 members in over 125 countries. In order to take the CAPM credential examination, an applicant must have a high school diploma, associate’s degree or (global) education equivalent and completed a formal 23-hour course on the subject matter or have 1,500 hours of documented professional project management experience. The CAPM credential examination consists of 150 multiple-choice questions.

uCertify, a leading provider of IT Certification exam preparation solutions, has recently launched its new simulation software for the Certified Associate in Project Management certification exam. We are so confident of your success using our PrepKits that we offer a 100% money back guarantee. Take a peek at the power of our simulation software by downloading a free demo version at: https://www.ucertify.com/exams/PMI/CAPM.html.

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Joseph Phillips, PMP, CBAP, Project+, is the Director of Education for Project Seminars. He has managed and consulted on projects for industries, including technical, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and architectural, among others. Phillips has served as a project management consultant for organizations creating project offices, maturity models, and best-practice standardization.

 

Joseph is a co-author and contributor for following uCertify PrepKits:

PMI-PMP: Project Management Professional

PMI-CPAM: Certified Associate in Project Management

 

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