In an increasingly project oriented world, professional certification ensure that project managers are ready to meet the demands of projects across the globe. In a fast paced, budget conscious time, nothing could be more important for your career or business than to have certified project managers leading your team. This course will prepare students to sit for the International Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam.
Project Mgt With Pmp Cert Prep$899
The Project Management Professional (PMP) is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Sharpen project management skills and prepare for the PMP exam. Participants need to bring laptop or tablet with ability to read USB flash drive. For additional information please call 806.371.2904. Due to fixed costs, no refunds are given after the deadline. Deadline: March 26, 2020.
About the Instructor - Bryan Cook
Bryan brings an impressive history of career excellence. After earning his B.A. and MBA from St. Edwards University in Austin, he’s run numerous multi-million dollar projects for major companies such as Ford Motor Company, Knott Berry Farm, John Deere, XCEL Energy and HDR. Additionally, he has completed an extensive list of professional development courses with a strong emphasis on project management, leadership and best practices. Mr. Cook teaches Project Management Fundamentals as well as the Project Management Certification Preparation course. He has taught the Project Management with PMP Certification Prep Course for the City of Fort Worth and the City of Denton, with 100% exam pass rate. Approximately 100 participants have gone through his class in the past couple of years. Bryan has a passion for teaching. His ultimate gift is his willingness to share his knowledge. Whether he’s in slacks and a suit coat teaching Project Management, or boots and jeans teaching kids horsemanship skills, he finds joy in teaching.
Bryan’s rodeo career began while growing up on a ranch near Odessa, TX. After competing in high school and college rodeos, he joined the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association and began his stint in rough stock events. Following a severe injury, it became apparent for his long term career to focus on roping skills. Countless awards, buckles, and saddles later, Bryan is still at it every day keeping himself and his horses in peak shape to get to the next competition.