Topics included in Qualifications:
- Useful external web-links
Other related sections of the PMKI:
- Personal Ethics
- Competencies & Interpersonal
- Leadership & Motivation
- Develop and manage the project
Articles focused on training and exam techniques (from our
PMP & CAPM website)
for your examination - The Art of Learning.
Assimilating the information needed to be successful in the
examination is not easy. If you have not studied for a while,
we have compiled a list of suggestions that may assist you to
get back into the study mode. [View the page]
Exam techniques (for PMI credentials and
similar multi-choice exams). Exam techniques are
important - this page focuses on techniques to use in the exam
The Psychology of Effective Learning.
Teaching and learning are interrelated - This page and the
referenced reports highlight the most effective learning
options. [View the page]
Dealing with PMI's multi-choice questions.
Success in the exam requires you to be good at answering
questions! But, Simply studying questions and answers
will never provide sufficient knowledge to pass your exam!
- Questions have a key role to play in the
learning process [View the page]
- But what you know and what your score is are not
the same - see more on understanding your score. [View the page]
Temporary Subject List - this page is being rebuilt:
- Qualifications: Including project management training
and training courses:
Credential training - PMP & CAPM Mosaic's
PMP and CAPM training website.
- DP: Can a Return on Investment ever be proven
from having my staff attend Programme and Project
Management training courses? Ways to assess the value
of training, APM (UK).
- DP: The Value of your PMP Qualification.
The real value of a credential to an individual and to an
organisation assessing the person for employment.
The value of Project Management
qualifications. Salary Surveys, show a steady
increase in salaries for qualified project managers and in
the USA, Australia and a number of other countries,
- DP: PM Credentials in Australia. Project
management certification options within Australia fall
into two general categories, competency based certifications
and knowledge based certifications based on examination.
Your Project Performance. This paper will explore the
phenomenon of the accidental project manager and describe
the project management skills needed for success.
- Blg: Understanding your PMP Score. The
effect of the four options in the PMI multi-choice format
and why a score of 55% is definitely in the ‘fail’ category.
Use the chart to understand your real level of knowledge!
PMP Questions – getting a second opinion?
The value and limitations of practice questions + a list of
free question resources.
- Blg: PDUs and the PMI Examination Eligibility
Requirements. The difference between PDUs and the
hours of training required to apply for an
- Blg: PMI PDU Update. Updates to the PMI CCR
and PDU program effective 1st December 2015.
The Art of Learning (for exams). When
presented with a large volume of new information (eg, a PMP
course) most of us need to learn how to learn! Some of the
easier ways to absorb, make sense of, and retain information
are outlined in this paper.
- Blg: The Psychology of Effective Learning.
Which of the learning techniques work best?
Credential training - PMI-SP Mosaic's PMI-SP
you certify your schedulers? A discussion on the
pros and cons of scheduling certification and the currently
- Art: The problem with CPM. The problem with
scheduling is not the technology, it’s the people - being
able to push some buttons to make some use of the tool and
understanding the basic fundamentals of scheduling are two
very different things.
Training and Certifications
Scheduling Professional Credential -
PMI's credential for professional
schedulers. For more information on
the credential and Mosaic's PMI-SP exam prep
course options, see:PMI-SP Exam
Information & Courses
(UK) Project Time Management
withdrawn by CIOB
an Effective Schedule - These workshops are designed to
build and maintain a positive stakeholder
consensus using the power of pro-active
'dynamic scheduling' to build and foster a
strong team commitment. Based on the PMI Practice
Standard for Scheduling and
the CIOB Guide
to Good Practice in the Management of Time
in Complex Projects, the workshops
focuses on effective schedule planning and
control techniques. These courses are
designed for people who already know how to
use a scheduling tool and wish to move their
practice to a more advanced level focused on
achieving positive outcomes. The workshops
can also form the initial classroom phase
for both the PMI-SP and CIOB PTMC Blended exam
Guild of Project Controls Scheduling
The Guild of Project Controls have announced
the development of a scheduling
certification structure. For updates visit www.TheGuild.net
- AACE Planning
and Scheduling Professional™ (PSP™) –
An advanced credential focused on
construction & engineering professionals
with 4 to 8 years experience. See: http://www.aacei.org/cert/whatCertOffers.shtml
- AACE Certified
Scheduling Technician (CST) –
An credential to give less experienced
professionals with 0 to 4 years experience
the opportunity to advance their scheduling
skills, knowledge, and professional
development. See: http://www.aacei.org/cert/whatCertOffers.shtml
core attributes of a scheduler are defined
in: Core Scheduling Paper # 2
thoughts on the value of scheduling
you certify your schedulers? presented
at the Construction
CPM Conference, Florida, 2012 - download
Useful external web-links
- External Link - to be added