Start Date and Duration
Location and Format
3 live-stream sessions, 4.8 CEUs
$1,700 Early Bird, $1,900 Standard Rate
Online - 3 live-stream Saturday sessions, 8 a.m.-noon, Sept. 12, 26 and Oct. 10, 2020. Flexible online coursework.
Early bird registration ends Jul. 1, 2020. Regular registration ends Sept. 4, 2020.
This program brings together the best of ‘in-class’ outcomes with the ease of online, on-demand instruction. Beginning with a 4-hour live-stream & interactive session, the instructor introduces PMP® and helps participants begin the application to take the PMP® exam. Two weeks later participants reconvene virtually to discuss the online modules completed, engage in new content, and prepare for the PMP® exam by taking a short practice exam. During the third and final live-stream session, students take another practice exam, and the instructor reviews all online material and helps participants prepare the exam application. Participants may engage with the instructor via email or online messaging as needed while working through online material.
Typically to qualify to sit for the PMP® exam, a project manager needs 35 contact hours (satisfied by this course) AND an undergraduate degree and a minimum of 3 years (4500 hours) of project management experience OR a high school diploma and a minimum of 5 years (7500 hours) of experience. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify PMP exam eligibility.
Meet Your Instructor
Wayne Kremling, PMP®
Wayne Kremling is a lead Project Manager at Boeing and a certified Project Management instructor with their Enterprise Project Management Office. Kremling is the leader of the Boeing PMP® Exam Preparation program which has helped nearly 600 Project Managers earn their PMP® credential. He has extensive project and program management experience in both engineering and information technology. Kremling presented at the 2012 Boeing PM Conference, the 2013 PM Summit, Stanford's Strategic Execution Conference in 2014, ProjectWorld 2015, PMI 2016 North American Congress and PMI's PMO Symposium in 2017. Kremling is a Stanford University Certified Project Manager, George Washington University Certified Project Manager and a Project Management Institute Project Management Professional (PMP®).