PMI Scheduling Professional Exam Preparation Courseware: PMI-SP Exam Preparation Courseware

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9781468063042: PMI Scheduling Professional Exam Preparation Courseware: PMI-SP Exam Preparation Courseware

Visit "The PM-Instructors" website to learn how you can get FREE 60 day of access to our PMI-SP practices questions. This courseware offers an overview of project scheduling and is geared towards preparing students for the PMI Scheduling Professional certification exam. Product includes course material, module exercises, exam practice questions, and a full length practice exam. Exam objectives covered: Schedule Mission Management, Schedule Creation, Schedule Maintenance, Schedule Analysis, Schedule Communication and Reporting.

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Vanina Mangano PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, ITIL, Project+, is a subject matter expert in project management, risk management, and strategic management. Over the past ten years, Vanina has worked with several global technology companies as a senior contributor and leader and is currently overseeing a project management office (PMO) at Microsoft. As part of her contributions to the community, Vanina volunteers through PMI, currently serving as a core committee member of the PMBOK Guide, 5th edition update project. Vanina holds a dual bachelors degree from the University of California, Riverside, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP), and CompTIA Project+. She is the author of the PMP: Project Management Professional Exam Review Guide, PMI Risk Management Professional Exam Study Guide, and other project management related books and articles.

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