Master the Art and Science of Project Management
As a project manager, you are responsible for all stages of a project’s life cycle. If you are working toward the PMP® exam, you can earn PDUs in the Mini Master of Project Management and the Project Management Certificate Series. We are a PMI® Global Registered Education Provider.
St. Thomas Certifications
Certified Professional Project Manager (CPPM) Program
This program focuses on effective management skills and the “soft skills” of project management while also outlining practical tools needed to implement a successful project. This program is offered in evening, week-long, and online formats, includes 35 contact hours for the PMP® exam, and requires a four-hour group exam administered outside of class.
Agile Project Management
Add the agile approach to your project management toolkit to be better able to adapt in fast, ever-changing environments. This three-day program is great for those looking to get into project management as well as experience project managers wanting to add a new approach to their skillset. It includes 21 contact hours for those looking to earn the PMI-ACP® certification or 21 PDUs for those holding a PMI® certification.
Project Management Tools
Microsoft® Project for Program and Project Managers
Work on one of your own projects, learn advanced formatting techniques, customize fields and reports to meet your organization’s needs, and learn how to get the most out of your project management software.
PMP® Direct Track
Mini Master of Project Management
This program provides a broad review of every process and practice documented in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Implementing these practices enhances your chances of project success and introduces participants to the vocabulary and techniques used by project managers. The terminology, processes, and practices covered in this program are the basis for the globally-recognized CAPM and PMP® certification exams.
Project Management Prep Program
This program provides a review of PMP® exam materials, reviews test-taking strategies, provides sample exam questions, and uses in-class exercises to instill PMI® concepts. Previous completion of either the Mini Master of Project Management or the Certified Professional Project Manager programs are preferred but not required. This program includes 28 contact hours for the PMP® exam.
What are the differences between our project management programs?
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