Changes to the PMP examination from 1st July 2020
The PMP exam will focus on three new domains:
1. PEOPLE – emphasizing the skills and activities associated with effectively leading a project team
2. PROCESS – reinforcing the technical aspects of managing a project and organization strategy
3. BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT – highlighting the connection between projects
The following three PM approaches, Predictive, Agile and Hybrid, will be included in the three exam domains.
Remember, that in addition to understanding the content of the PMBOK 6th Edition, students are expected to understand how it’s content will be applied in real world scenarios.
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From 1st July 2019, the PMI exams will be held at Pearson VUE examination test centres. (https://home.pearsonvue.com/test-taker.aspx). From that date Prometric examination test centres will no longer host PMI exams.
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Without a doubt – pay the extra – it is well worth the money. Resource over-allocation is much easier in the Professional Version. Also, SharePoint compatibility is included. Inactive tasks are also allowed in the PV.
Jan 2018 will be the date when PMI – PMP Exams will be based on the new PMBOK Sixth Edition. Get planning and sit your PMP Test Exam before Jan 2018 and pass it using PMBOK Fifth Edition.
Just to update a previous Post. The Dublin Prometric Testing Office is moving to a new location at the IFSC, Dublin 1. There’s no truth in the rumour that Southsiders require a Visa to cross the Liffey! You’re all welcome…
Well MS Project 2016 has arrived and is being used by the brave. The Reports are a definite improvement. It is my experience that sometimes people learning MS Project do not have a formal background in the principles of Project Management. And this is a disadvantage for the person learning how to get the most from using MS Project.
Formal Accreditation for Project Managers is now commonplace in most progressive business organisations. The PMI Accreditation PMP is without doubt the most popular Accreditation for Project Managers Globally and more importantly Ireland. It’s not an easy Accreditation to achieve. It requires proof of a College Degree PLUS 4.500 hours of practical Project Management experience PLUS 35 hours of Training PLUS approximately 80 to 100 additional hours of further Study PLUS passing the official PMI Online Exam via a Prometric Inc test centre (in Dublin it’s located on Barrow Street, Dublin 4, next to the Google Building). And by the way, it’s worth the effort, you won’t regret it!
Edit your MS Project settings to ‘New Tasks are Auto Scheduled’ while using MS Project and it will be easier to understand and it will also do more work for you with less effort.