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Project managers keep projects moving forward and deadlines from being missed.
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Project managers keep projects moving forward and deadlines from being missed.

If you had to name the MVP of any business, the project manager would probably win every time. Why? Because these professionals keep things running smoothly and help operations cut costs, boost efficiency and meet deadlines.

Whether you’re looking for a way to boost your career without returning to school or want to try your hand at something new, project management skills are worth learning. This Project Management Professional Certification Training Suite is an excellent starting point.

This training suite packs 60 hours of project management principles and processes into five courses that will help you prepare for the PMP exam. Why get your PMP? It’s recommended, if not required, for many project management jobs out there, and it’s also a great talking point to potentially landing a promotion in your current post.

Not only does this course pack satisfy the 35-hour requirement needed to qualify for the PMP exam, it also gives you a deep understanding of project management best practices, including how to take a project from development to planning to execution and the different styles of project management.

With lifetime access to the courses, you can return to the learnings as frequently as you need to. Right now, you can get access to this full suite of project management basics for just $39.

Project Management Professional Certification Training Suite - $39

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