Introduction to the PMP Exam

April 24, 2017
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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Pace University Midtown Center
551 5th Ave, 8th floor Room #819
New York, NY 10038

Employers in every field and occupation are seeking individuals who have the managerial skill, knowledge, and education in project management. In today’s competitive job market, credentials matter more than ever. Not only are project managers with PMP® credentials more marketable, but they also have access to better opportunities. In collaboration with Pace University, we have designed a session for PMP aspirants preparing for the exam. This session will revolve around the project management knowledge areas and the various processes included in the framework. The entire discussion will also align with "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition."
You'll learn the following: 
  • Test tips towards the PMP® Exam
  • An introduction to the 10 Knowledge Areas
  • Format of the test & recent added-emphasis on scenario questions
  • An awareness of the “Brain Dump” as an advantage for test takers, and the recent change about using the brain dump
Ideal for all professionals who seek to explore the concepts of project management and are preparing to become PMP certified. 
Jeff Furman
Mr. Jeff Furman, PMP® is a highly experienced I.T. Project Manager and Project Management Instructor. He has led many software projects for Fortune 100 firms in the NYC area, and managed a mission-critical Change Management System 24x7 for a large Manhattan brokerage.
Mr. Furman currently teaches six courses for NYU SPS, including four new courses he developed: Critical Path Method for PMs, Earned Value Management for PMs, Persuasive Presentations for PMs, and Ethics In Project Management. He also teaches PMP Prep for the U.S. Army, on bases in Texas, Georgia, and Kentucky. His book, “The Project Management Answer Book,” recently came out in its 2nd Edition (Management Concepts Press, 2015). He also has contributed to several recent e-books on project management, published articles in PM World Journal, and has been interviewed about his book by leaders in the PM field.
Meeting Details
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM - Lecture & Discussion 
6:45 PM to 7:15 PM -  Networking
Venue Details 
Dress Code: Business Casual
Picture ID: All participants may be required to show a picture ID to security personnel.




$0.00 PMINYC member ticket

$0.00 Pace University Students or Guests.