PSI project management, Inc. is a PMI registered education provider

PSIPM Provides More Than A Project Management Course PSIPM Is Committed To Helping You Achieve Your Goal

PSI Project Management, Inc. Is a PMI Registered Education Provider

PSIPM Provides More Than A Project Management Course PSIPM Is Committed To Helping You Achieve Your Goal

Project managers are increasingly turning to R.E.P.s for certification training and maintenance, especially since median salaries for the profession now exceed $100,000 (USD). The objective of PSI Project Management’s Advanced Project Management Course is to provide the students with knowledge and skill necessary to pass the appropriate exam and to provide the students with working project management knowledge they can take back to their company and use as they conduct their professional responsibilities.

PSI Project Management, Inc. is proud to announce that the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s largest project management member association, has named it as a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) effective February 1, 2016. R.E.P.s are organizations that have been approved by PMI to help project managers achieve and maintain the Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional (PgMP)® and other PMI professional credentials. These organizations have met PMI’s rigorous quality criteria for course content, instructor qualification, and instructional design.

Advanced Project Management Course Information

Course Description

This Course Is Designed To Prepare Students For The Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP)® Or Certified Associate In Project Management (CAPM)® Exam

This is a comprehensive project management course that exceeds the Project Management Institute, Inc.'s educational prerequisites for taking the CAPM® and PMP® exam. Prior to attending the five-day formal course, approximately forty hours of self-paced, pre-classroom training must be completed by each student. Pre-Classroom training includes web-based training and other assignments which provide the foundation for the intense forty hours of classroom instruction. The classroom instruction is completed across five days by an experienced PMP® instructor. Seventeen modules are covered during the forty hours of classroom instruction which covers the Project Management Institute, Inc.'s, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) and generally accepted project management practices. Student progress is monitored for both the pre-classroom work and the classroom training, and each student is provided counseling as to their progress. Instructor assistance is provided to students for any weak areas in which they may need to focus. The objective of this course is not only to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the appropriate exam, but also to provide the students with working project management knowledge they can take back to their company and use as they conduct their professional responsibilities.

Course Location

Course Is Conducted In Greenville, SC

Course Hours

  • Pre-Classroom Training Is Self-Paced And Monitored By The Instructor. Weekly Web-X Reviews Are Conducted With Each Student.
  • Classroom Instruction Is Daily From 8:00 AM Until 6:00 PM With Working Lunch

Class Size

Class Size Will Range From A Minimum Of Two Students To A Maximum Of Ten Students

Included In Cost (Compare What PSIPM Courses Include To Others)

Description Included
Instructor Individual Coaching/Mentoring YES
1. Weekly Progress Webinar (4-8 Weeks) YES
3. Application Assistance YES
4. Post Class Assistance YES
Thirty-Five Hours Web Training (3 Months Access) YES
Forty Hours Classroom Instruction YES
Exam Simulator (Six Months Access) YES
Textbook & Workbook (Workbook Contain All Slides) YES
Handout Book With Templates, Forms, and Knowledge Area Charts, Other Info. YES
PMP® and CAPM® Quick Reference Desk Guide YES
PMP® /CAPM® Prep Flash Cards YES
PMP® /CAPM® Prep Discussion CD Audio YES
Course Retake (No Cost, Except New Material) YES
Drinks, Snacks, Lunch YES
Unemployed/Under-Employed Plan YES

*Copy of PMBOK® Guide is not included in the cost. Recommend become a PMI member and download the electronic version of the PMBOK® Guide.

Basic Project Management Course Information

Course Description:
This course is held in conjunction with the Advanced Project Management Course Day 1 through 3. It includes three days of instruction on the PMBOK® Guide for a total of 30 hours. This course is provided for those seeking to earn training hours which can be used for PDUs or who want to familiarize themselves with the best practices in project management.

Seventeen modules are covered during the thirty hours of classroom instruction which covers PMI's PMBOK® Guide and generally accepted project management practices. Student progress is monitored based on the classroom training.

Course Location:
Course Is Conducted In Greenville, SC