FAQ – PMP® and CAPM®

FAQ’s for PMP and CAPM

Check out our fact sheet for further information for FAQ’s on PMP® and CAPM®

We know real learning and deep understanding take time. Students have to understand, appreciate, assimilate and apply the knowledge they learn in order to not only pass the exam but also to retain the knowledge and be able to use it in their jobs.

Some of our competitors offer a much shorter exam preparation course, we find these courses feature a high degree of rote learning, or memorization techniques rather than a deep understanding of concepts and principles that we focus on in our training.

Millpond doesn’t only measure success purely based on a pass or fail in the exam, we value real insight and advancement in your professional development.

That’s why our flagship Project Management Professional (PMP)® and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® examination preparation course is presented 1 day a week for 5 weeks.

What are the Project Management Institute (PMI)® credentials – PMP® and CAPM®?

As defined by PMI, the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential recognises the ability to lead and direct project teams to deliver on time and within budget.

PMP candidates are experienced in project management. Many companies now require the PMP qualification as a minimum level of proficiency for new and existing staff. Companies that employ PMP-qualified project managers enjoy a definite competitive advantage.

The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) credential confirms an understanding of the PMBOK® Guide, a best practice standard in project management. This certification is for those professionals who are new to project management or looking for a career change in project management.