Question/Answer Session towards the PMP Certification Exams.

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Ritetrac Consulting is organizing a Question/Answer Session towards the PMP Certification Exams.
Date: 29th May 2013
Time: 10am-2.30pm
Venue: NAOWA Vocational Skills Acquisiton Training Centre,Mambilla Barracks,Asokoro FCT, Abuja
Objective: Bringing students and facilitators together to tackle difficult areas and get exam ready.

What you get:
1. Mock Exam in class: 1 hour 30 mins
2. Get answers to pressing questions in any of the knowledge areas
3. Assistance with submitting your exam application form in class(Come with your application form for assessment)
4. Over 4,000+ Exam type questions in a pdf document
5. 4 days free access to PMP Exam Simulation Web based application.
6. Network with other participants.
7. Writing Material
8. Lunch and much more

How to Register:
Send an email to info@ritetracconsult.com.ng to register your interest in the Q/A Session towards the PMP Certification Exams.

Payment Details:
Cost: 10,000 Naira
Bank Name: GT Bank
Account Name: Ritetrac Consulting Nigeria Limited
Account No: 0023331797

Over 20 Benefits of enrolling in the Professional Project Management (PMP®) Exam Preparatory Classes

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Over 20 Benefits of enrolling in the Professional Project Management (PMP®) Exam Preparatory Classes

 

1.Understand the PMI terminology that will be used on the PMP Certification examination.

2. See how Quality Planning can be used to ensure project success.

3. Know the subject matter that will be tested, the depth to which questions will be asked,the structure of the Exam questions and the emphasis that will be placed on each topic.
4. Understand how Net Present Value,Internal Rate of Return (IRR) and Benefits Cost Ration(BCR) etc are calculated and used as part of a Project Charter
5. Learn how to construct a Network Diagram using PDM(Precedence Diagramming Method).
6. Produce task time estimates that utilize best-practice and are consistently reliable.
7. Memorize and understand key terms, equations, and graphs for the PMP examination.
8. Effectively translate previous project management experience to the PMI standards which are best practice.
9. Understand how to determine and measure a project’s Critical Path.
10. Develop a study plan to pass the PMP examination on the first try.

11.Understand how to use Earned Value Analysis to keep a project on-budget and on-time.

12. Clearly define the scope of a project and effectively manage it throughout the project’s life.

13. Learn the elements of a clear, concise project plan.
14. Minimize the risk of a project through proper risk management and risk response planning.
15. Learn the fundamentals of stakeholder analysis and how to manage stakeholder expectation.
16. Effectively communicate with project stakeholders at all levels and create a viable communication plan.
17. Learn the five process groups that form the basis of the project management life cycle.
18. Understand the nine knowledge areas and how they apply to each of the process groups.
19. See how to properly fill out the Project Management Professional examination application.
20. Satisfy the  mandatory educational requirement to sit for the PMP examination.

What to do next? In Nigeria enroll here by downloading our Training Registration Form fill it up and submitting to info@ritetracconsult.com.ng or to our physical location in Abuja,Nigeria.

 

Win Free PDUs in our PMP Short Stories Promo!!

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                               Win Free PDUs in our PMP Short Stories Promo!!

Are you a Project Manger and currently PMP Certified?

Then listen from today October 28th – December 3rd 2011,we will be having a short story contest on our page www.facebook.com/Ritetrac ,where 3 best ‘PMP’ short stories will be selected based on the impact the ‘PMP ‘ certification has made to their career growth

Prize:A month’s subscription to PDU Podcast  worth $20 enabling you to earn PDUs  and maintain your certification with PMI.

The 3 winners will be announced on December 5th 2011 on this page.

Rules of the Competition

1.Must ‘Like our Page on www.facebook.com/Ritetrac’ to compete

2.Must be currently PMI PMP certified.

3.Must write an inspiring story related to career growth with provable facts

4.Must be of African origin and residing in an  African country

Why PMI won’t say if you passed or failed your PMP Exam

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Why PMI Won’t Say If You Passed Or Failed Your PMP Exam

By Guest Blogger Cornelius Fichtner, PMP

The PMP Exam is changing on August 31st 2011. If you are taking the exam on or after this date, then your 200 questions will be based on the new PMP Exam Content Outline. To learn more about the detailed changes to the exam, please read my article “The PMP Exam Changes on 31 August 2011. What This Means For You”.

In addition to what you can find in that article, PMI recently announced the following: If you are taking the PMP Exam on or after 31 August 2011, then – for a limited time only – PMI will not immediately tell you if you have passed or failed your exam.

Let me explain: If you take your PMP Exam today, then “pass” or “fail” will immediately be displayed on your screen and printed on your examination report. But because PMI is changing the exam, they require some time to validate the new structure. They also need to make sure that the percentage of people passing/failing the new exam is in line with the percentages of the old exam. In this way, they can make certain that the new exam is just as fair as the old exam. And all of this means that in the first 4-6 weeks after the new exam is in place, they cannot immediately give you your result. You will have to wait.

Here is PMI’s original statement on this:

“As we transition to the new examination, PMI must update its examination reporting processes. This means for a short period of time examination results will not be available immediately following the examination. There will be a 4-6 week period between taking the examination and receiving the results via email. We know this will be disappointing to candidates, but please let them know the delay is necessary any time an exam changes to validate the new examination structure.”

Here is what this means for you as a PMP candidate:

1.) If you are taking the computer-based PMP exam on or after 31 August you will not receive immediate results (pass/fail) at the Prometric testing center.

2.) If you are taking the paper-based examination there will also be a delay in receiving your examination results.

3.) PMI will notify you (via email) when your results are available at PMI.org.

PMI expects that the new examination structure is validated by mid-October. Once this has happened, exam takers will once again receive their results immediately at the Prometric testing center.

Here are my recommendations for those planning to take the exam between 31 August 2011 and about mid-October:

** Don’t be disappointed: If you are planning to take your PMP Exam between August 31 and mid-October, then don’t be disappointed that you won’t receive your results immediately.

** Smile: Yes! Smile with the knowledge that you are helping PMI to assess the new exam. You have just done a great service to PMI and all other PMP exam takers coming after you. Thank you.

** Be patient: Even though PMI says that you should receive your results within 4-6 weeks we are all project managers and we know about deadlines. Allow PMI to do their due diligence and ensure that the new exam structure works.

** Reschedule: If you cannot take the suspense of having to wait for up to six weeks, then reschedule your exam for around the end of October 2011.

** Don’t leave without a receipt: After you have taken your PMP exam at the Prometric test center you will very likely still receive a printed document. It confirms that you have taken the exam but won’t have your result. Don’t leave without it.

My final recommendation to all PMP candidates is that you should simply relax. If your scheduled exam falls into this “no immediate results” window and you cannot change it… take it easy. There is nothing you can do about it. PMI is doing everything to ensure that the new exam works for you and everyone else. And this process is just part of that. Stay positive and focus your energy on your studies.

About the author: Cornelius Fichtner, PMP is a noted PMP expert. He has helped over 15,000 students prepare for the PMP Exam with The Project Management PrepCast and The PMP Exam Simulator.

Summary:

The PMP exam is changing on August 31, 2011. For about 6 weeks after this change, test takers will not immediately be told if they passed or failed the exam. Here’s why.

Thank you.