Mosaic’s PMP and CAPM training program for 2017 starts on the 20th March (there’s still time to book into these courses) with regular courses scheduled through to November.
The later than usual start this year was due to our moving office in February after 15 years in the old location. The worst of the move is over and we are looking forward to getting back to helping our Melbourne trainees pass their PMP or CAPM exams.
All Melbourne classroom courses are held at the Bayview Eden hotel in Albert Park (close to the PMP test centre) and include full catering and everything else needed to fully prepare for your examination. For more information see:
If you aren’t lucky enough to live in Melbourne, Australia our unique Mentored Email courses are available worldwide for PMP, CAPM and PMI-SP exam prep. As a PMI approved R.E.P. all of our courses are guaranteed to provide the training needed to be eligible for the respective examinations.
Mosaic has launched a new website focused on our PMP and CAPM classroom courses run in Melbourne.
The new site has a clean, modern image with easy to access information on the PMP exam, the CAPM exam and our courses for these two credentials. You are invited to check out the site at: http://www.mosaicproject.com.au/
Our existing site is still very much alive and running at http://www.mosaicprojects.com.au/ (the difference in the URL is the ‘S’ on the end of project). This ‘main site’ has a fantastic reservoir of useful information – it’s just too big and too complicated to work well on one of our key income earners, conducting PMP and CAPM classroom courses in our home town. Key parts of this original site include our:
If this new website proves a success, over the next year or two we will look at spinning off some of the other key sections from our main site to make access easier.
In the meantime if you know of anyone interested in PMP or CAPM, the new site is a simple to use resource: http://www.mosaicproject.com.au/ – our current challenge is to build the Google rankings.
PMI has made it easier for candidates to prepare and schedule their CAPM examination.
The network of test centres available for the CAPM exam has been expanded to approximately 5000 world-wide. This will make accessing a centre much easier; in Australia the available centres have increased from 2 (Sydney and Melbourne) to over 30 including all capital cities and many regional centres. The complete world-wide list can be found at www.prometric.com.
Also, instead of having to have completed the 23 hours of project management education at the time of application submission, candidates now have the option of submitting their application in advance. Upon submission of the CAPM application all candidates must agree to the PMI Code of Professional Conduct and agree that all 23 contact hours of education will be completed prior to their scheduled examination date. This will allow candidates to complete their booking before starting an intensive classroom course.
The number of CAPM credential holders world-wide is increasing rapidly, these changes will make booking and sitting for the exam much easier. For more on the CAMP examination and Mosaic’s courses click here.
Unfortunately these enhancements in the CAPM processes do not flow through to any of the other PMI credentials.
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