Clearing the Project Management Professional (PMP) examination is one of the final hurdles aspiring project managers (PMs) have to face in order to obtain their PMP certification. As the world’s leading project management certification, a PMP certification provides PMs with a comprehensive way to analyze their project leadership experience and expertise, and with an estimated more than 22 million PM-related job positions expected to be filled annually between now and 2027, this means that PMP-certified PMs will remain in high demand across global industries.
Luckily, a number of instructors and institutions exist to help aspiring PMs pass the exam and obtain their PMP certification. One such instructor is Yad Senapathy, the founder and CEO of the Project Management Training Institute (PMTI) headquartered in Dallas, Texas. With more than 20 years of experience in teaching PMP examination and preparation courses, Yad and his colleagues at PMTI have helped over 80,000 aspiring PMPs obtain their certification and go on to become PM leaders in their respective fields.
“Whereas most PMP trainers and preparation instructors only offer classes online or in a small handful of locations,” Yad says, “PMTI offers PMP certification boot camps both online viz Zoom and in-person at our more than 65 locations in the United States and Canada, and all classes and courses offered are covered by our 100% money-back guarantee.”
Along with PMTI’s traditional PMP certification courses, Yad and his colleagues also offer an array of other PM-related certifications, including those for Certified Associate of Project Management (CAPM), PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), Scrum credential courses, and fundamental PM workshops—all of which provide attendees with at least 35 contact hours across 3-8 days towards (and depending on) the certification of their choice.
“Companies, students, and other aspiring PM professionals choose us because of the unparalleled training expertise our instructors are able to provide,” Yad adds, “which grants our clients an almost 100% guarantee to pass their examination. This provides each person who signs up for training and preparation courses with PMTI the most value for their time and money.”
Along with his regular contributions to both Forbes Leadership Council and Entrepreneur.com’s Leadership program, Yad is also a key contributor to the 5th and 7th editions of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), an ever-evolving publication that contains standard guidelines and terminology for aspiring and seasoned PMs alike. To learn more about Yad, PMTI, or how their certification preparation can help add value to life as a certified PMP, visit 4pmti.com today.