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Project Management Professional Exam Preparation (WCG)

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Position Yourself for a Big Career Move with PMP® Certification

Prepare to Pass the PMP® Exam!
If you are interested in earning the most sought-after credential in the global project management profession, then you need the best exam preparation course available. At Central Virginia Community College (CVCC) our Project Management Professional (PMP) review course includes premium quality study materials that align with the PMBOK® Guide–Sixth Edition and prepare you for the updated PMP exam.
Ensure you’re prepared for the rigorous PMP exam!
The class offers an Interactive Teaching System for maximum benefit. Our PMP exam prep course will help you:
  • Learn the entire PMBOK Guide–Sixth Edition with our experienced and certified PMP instructor, Phil Hamlett.
  • Utilize The Learning System for PMP exam preparation books and comprehensive online study tools that you will have access to for an entire year.
  • Discuss topics and network with peers from a variety of industries.
  • Stay on track to complete your PMP studies with our structured learning environment.
  • Take advantage of your employer’s tuition reimbursement program.
  • Meet the 35 hour project management education prerequisite.
The Benefits of PMP Certification!
PMP certification is a proven way to enhance your resume, elevate your career potential, and boost your earnings.
  • Earn a higher salary: According to PMI, PMP credential holders can earn upward of US $20,000 moreannually than non-credentialed job-holders.
  • Earn a prestigious certification recognized around the globe.
  • Build skills and knowledge that are transferable between industries, market segments and geographiclocations.
  • Gain an advantage over non-certified project managers.
  • Prove your project management knowledge, commitment and experience.
  • Join a global network of over 793,000 PMP credential holders.
 Learn more about PMP certification, prerequisites and the exam at

Course Description: 
The CVCC Workforce Solutions PMP Certification Exam Prep Course offers weekly instructor-led classes which are interactive, comprehensive and effective. The course features an interactive and personalized path toward success with access to assessments, practice questions, learning modules, quick-start videos, study flashcards, post-tests and an online resource center. Virtual on-line classes are offered at various times annually and customized classes are available upon request.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) offers and sets the eligibility criteria for the PMP certification. Applicants must meet specific educational and work experience criteria at the time they submit their application in order to be eligible to sit for the PMP exam. These requirements are outlined below:
 Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate degree or the global equivalent)
  • 7,500 hours leading and directing projects
  • 35 hours of project management education 
Four-year degree
  • 4,500 hours leading and directing projects
  • 35 hours of project management education
PMI offers and sets the eligibility criteria for eight certifications to include PMP. For additional guidance visit:
Premium Quality PMP Exam Study Tools!
The Learning System for PMP Exam Preparation is an interactive review program, combining comprehensive printed reading materials with interactive online study tools. Designed using a proven approach for adult learners, this system helps you understand, apply and engage with the course materials, while preparing you to pass the PMP exam.

Comprehensive Reading Materials
  • Study with three printed books containing over 650 pages of content. The reading materials provide an in-depth exploration of the knowledge domains tested on the PMP exam.
Interactive Online Study Tools
  • Pre-test evaluates initial knowledge and identifies topics requiring extensive study.
  • SmartStudy tools help you build a customized study plan.
  • Quizzes test comprehension, retention and ability to apply concepts by chapter and process group.
  • Flashcards offer review of key terms and definitions.
  • Post-test gauges knowledge gained and areas that require further study.
  • PMP Practice Exam helps build confidence with a timed test weighted to align with the PMP exam.
  • A Progress Report tracks your activities and scores.
  • Resource Center provides helpful test-taking tips, PMP exam resources, feedback links and more.
Topics:  The Learning System for PMP Exam Preparation teaches the tasks within the ?ve PMP Process Groups and ten knowledge areas. Materials in this course are based on the Project Management Institute’s, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)—Sixth Edition. These chapters include: Project Management Concepts, Project Management Framework, Project Management Skills, Integration Management, Scope Management, Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Communications Management, Risk Management, Procurement Management, Stakeholder Management, Exam Preparation and Review.
Course Exam:  The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the leading not-for-profit professional membership association for the project management profession. Students will be required to complete an online application process, create an online profile and schedule an exam date in PMI’s online portal. The exam fee is not included in the cost of the class.
Full tuition:                 $ 1,995.00
WCG cost:                   $   665.00
Tobacco Comm. Aid:    $   332.50
WCG + FANTIC:         $     66.50
WIOA                        $       0.00

MATERIALS:All materials necessary for this program are included.  The cost for the PMI Exam is not included.

Class Details:  40 hours of instructor-led, virtually delivered instruction. 
                        Class meets virtually on Tuesdays, 6:30pm – 9:30 pm. 
                        Campus Computer Lab available for Interested Students (RM 5137 Merritt Hall).
*Financial Resources:                  
Workforce Credentials Grant.  Funds available to individuals who meet Virginia Domicile Determination criteria.  Determination is included in the online class registration.
Tobacco Commission Aid
Tobacco Regional Workforce Credential Aid for students who meet Virginia Domicile Requirements and live in a county or city eligible for funding such as Appomattox County, Bedford County or Campbell County.  Map available at
The Financial Aid for Noncredit Training leading to Industry Credentials (FANTIC) program provides funding for students demonstrating financial need based on low income criteria.
The Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act offers federal funding through the Region 2000 Workforce Development Board for low-income and dislocated workers.
Course Offerings, dates/times and locations are subject to change without notice. For up-to-date information, please call the Workforce Solutions office at 434-832-7607. Financial Aid funds are limited, and availability of the reduced tuition costs are contingent upon the availability of state funding. A student's best option for determining eligibility is to arrange an appointment with Workforce.
CANCELLATION POLICY:  CVCC reserves the right to cancel any classes which do not have sufficient registration or for other reasons that arise in the course of business. Any classes offered by CVCC, whether on campus or off site, will be canceled due to inclement weather when CVCC is closed. 
Students are encouraged to register for all classes at least seven (7) days before the first scheduled class date. Late registrations may be possible depending on factors such as space availability, purchasing, etc. If your plans change, Workforce Solutions must be notified at 434-832-7607 at least three (3) business days before the first scheduled class date. You then will have the option to transfer to another upcoming class within the same semester or receive a refund. If you fail to contact the Workforce office at least three (3) business days before the first scheduled class date, the full cost of the class, including any books, materials or other class expenses, will be forfeited. Specific programs may have alternative refund policies. Contact the Workforce Solutions office for more details.


Class Details

14 Sessions
Weekly - Tue

Main Campus - Merritt Hall - First Floor

E Hamlett 

CEUs : 4



Registration Closes On
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 @ 11:59 PM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
9/10/2019 - 12/10/2019 Weekly - Tue 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Lynchburg, Main Campus - Merritt Hall - First Floor  Map E Hamlett