$14,200 to Take My Career to the Next Level

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    Feb 02, 2017 10:20 PM GMT
    3,000 PMP and CAPM certification
    2,250 ITIL Foundation Certification
    3,100 SAS Certification
    5,850 Tableau Certification
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    $14,200
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    Feb 02, 2017 10:23 PM GMT
    I probably need SQL certification.

    I've taken a SQL Server Mgmt Studio class, but I need Integration Services and Reporting Services to be able to do something.
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    Feb 14, 2017 3:55 PM GMT
    I'm going to try to self-study for the ITIL exam and save 2,000 dollars there.

    As for advancing my career as a writer:

    https://www.kirkusreviews.com/author-services/marketing/
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    Feb 14, 2017 5:41 PM GMT
    Also, for my career as a book writer:

    https://www.kirkusreviews.com/editing-services/services/
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    Mar 10, 2017 3:59 AM GMT
    A-HA!
    I do not have to spend $2,000 on a PMP and CAPM certification study class.
    I just got two classes on www.udemy.com for $30. Sale lasts for one more day.
    I got the PMP Exam prep and PMP Exam - Math Questions Prep courses.
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    Sep 26, 2017 1:39 AM GMT
    $1,500 PMP Exam Prep Course (11 weeks)

    Something that came up at work
    Career as a Project Manager

    After being identified as the project manager, I am responsible for project charter development in integration management; and, I have to create a 16-part project management plan or tailor any of the 16 parts from existing organizational process assets (OPAs).

    01 Scope management plan

    02 Requirements management plan

    03 Configuration management plan

    04 Scope baseline

    05 Schedule management plan

    06 Schedule baseline

    07 Cost management plan

    08 Cost baseline

    09 Quality management plan

    10 Process improvement plan

    11 Resource management plan

    12 Communications management plan

    13 Risk management plan

    14 Procurement management plan

    15 Stakeholder management plan

    16 Integrated change management plan for monitoring and control
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    Sep 30, 2017 4:06 AM GMT
    PMBOK 6th Edition Version of This Course?

    Are you or your company doing a PMBOK 6th Edition of this course?

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    We'll notify you of responses so you can mark them as helpful or as the answer to your question.

    If your question is more general in nature you can try searching Google, Quora, or StackExchange while you wait for the instructor or other students to help.

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    Quora, I've seen before, StackExchange, I have not.
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    Oct 09, 2017 1:06 AM GMT
    Something that came up at work
    Student – Certifications: CAPM first, PMP second

    For the CAPM certification and the PMP certification exams, across the five process groups (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing), there are four exam performance rating categories.

    The Above Target and Target scores, respectively, exceeds and meets requirements. The Below Target and Needs Improvement scores both fail to meet requirements.
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    Oct 26, 2017 9:33 PM GMT
    2017-10-26
    Something that came up at work
    Teacher/Tutor/Study Group Member/Student – CAPM & PMP Exams
    My mentor/instructor told the class that one of his top students spent 60 hours a week for 11 weeks to master the PMP Exam Prep material.

    That is 660 hours. No one in our class is putting in 60 hours a week for 11 weeks straight. Obviously, there is a risk of morale and performance problems. I was wondering why I was not completing the homework assignments on time: it was 60 hours worth of homework. Nevertheless, I am mastering the CAPM Exam Prep and PMP Exam Prep materials.
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    Oct 26, 2017 9:52 PM GMT
    This is why some people who work 35 to 50 hours per week have a big challenge trying to master the PMP Exam Prep material, manage life, pass the exam, and retain mastery level knowledge.

    The instructor said we will get our lives back not after the 11 weeks but add to that, the days before and the day of the exam.

    The CAPM exam is 150 questions over three hours.
    The PMP exam is 200 questions over four hours.