Course info
Oct 1, 2015
2h 17m

The final course in our series preparing you for the PMP® exam explores the PMI Code of Ethics, how to schedule your test date, how to develop a successful study schedule, and what to expect on test day. After that, we explain what you need to know after earning your PMP® certification, and how you can keep your certification active for years to come.

About the author
About the author

Casey has experience leading projects in many fields, including healthcare, digital media, mobile app development, consumer product design, education, and event management. He's constantly in pursuit of new challenges and loves to share what he learns along the way with others.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Earning Your PMP® Certification
Welcome back. In this module we're going to talk about some of the final things you need to know when it comes to earning your PMP certification. First, we'll take a quick refresher look at the PMP exam structure and what you might anticipate to see on the test itself. Then we'll look at the processes and knowledge areas of the PMBOK guide that have spanned so many of the courses within this learning path and try and place them into a context so that we can understand how they work, not just independently, but also very much in a coordinated sense. Then we'll look at the specifics regarding signing up for the PMP exam once your application for the exam has been completed and approved. Then we'll look at developing a study schedule and some of my recommendations for how you can best prepare for the exam once you have a date on the books. Then we'll look at what you can expect on the day of the test itself and how to have yourself best prepared to be able to pass the PMP exam right out of the gate. Let's get started.

Retaining Your PMP® Certification
Welcome back. In this module we're going to talk about retaining your PMP certification once you've earned it. First, we'll look at life after earning your PMP certification and give you a broad idea of what's required in order to hold on to it for the long run. Then we'll look at the specific continuing certification requirements that apply to the PMP. After that, we'll break this down, looking more closely at the educational recertification requirement and the giving back recertification requirement. Then we'll look at how professional development units that measure by which these recertifications take place can be recorded so that you make sure to stay up to date and consistently recertified as a PMP for years to come. Let's get started.