Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Updated New Course: RMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass or Your Money Back



I am pleased to announce to completely updated  course for Risk Management Professional (RMP):

RMP Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass or Your Money Back 

This is an in-depth video course and comes with a full money-back guarantee directly linked to you passing the PMI-RMP exam. It also comes packaged with the RMP 30 (or 40) Contact Hours. 

This video course’s first version was made available in April, 2021. Since then, it has enabled many successful PMI-RMPs. This course is based on the new Exam Content Outline (ECO 2022) for the RMP exam, the Foundational Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects (2019), the PMBOK Guide, 7th edition (2021) and PMBOK Guide 6th edition (2017), Risk Management in Agile/Hybrid environment and other needed references. It also refers to the Practice Standard for Risk Management, as needed. 

The RMP exam is a difficult exam and some say it’s more difficult than the PMP exam considering its scope, contents and understanding of Risk Management. You can read such a review here: RMP Exam is Tougher Than the PMP Exam. A number of RMPs have referred the earlier version of this course to clear the RMP exam.

         RMP Success Stories

The updates have happened after months of preparation and understanding on the latest exam. In fact, the updates are frequent in nature. The RMP Live Lessons Course is now fully compliant with the latest RMP Exam. 

For existing customers of this course all the below updates will be FREE of cost.

 

What’s New in the Course – RMP Live Lessons?

Below are the top highlights for the updates to this course. 

1. Completely NEW Set of Welcome Videos and NEW Content for RMP Exam under Introduction Lesson

The RMP exam has completely changed considering the educational requirements (one more has been added), number of questions (total questions, scored and unscored), question types, new exam content outline (ECO) released in March/April 2022, new references such as Foundational Standard for Risk Management, PMBOK Guide 7th edition, among others.

2. Videos with COMPLETE Mapping of Risk Management Processes to ECO’s domains.

The exam content outline of the RMP exam has completely changed and it comes with a new set of five exam domains. Each domain consists of a number of tasks and enablers. 

Considering this new video content has been added for all the processes of Risk Management and how it maps to the new ECO. Remember, the exam follows the ECO to set the questions.

3. NEW in-depth videos for Twelve Project Management Principles (PR).

The PMBOK guide, 7th edition has a principle-based approach with twelve principles. New (and exhaustive) sets of videos are added to understand the principles with focus on risk management. For example, the Risk Management PR (Principle 10: Optimize Risk Responses) has a number of overlapping with other PRs.

4. NEW in-depth videos for Eight Performance Domains (PD).

The PMBOK guide, 7th edition has eight performance domains, which are a group of related activities and functions critical to effective deliveries of project outcomes. The PMBOK guide, 7th edition is outcome (not output) focused. A new set of videos have been added with a number of diagrams, differences and convergence points between PMBOK7 and PMBOK6. 

5. NEW Full-Length Question Set covering Foundational Risk Standard and PMBOK Guide, 7th edition and the new RMP ECO. 

A new full-length question set (115 questions and detailed answers) has been added. This question set purely references two:

  • PMBOK Guide, 7th edition which is applicable from March/April 2022 onward
  • The Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects (Foundational Standard)
  • The new RMP exam content outline (ECO)

6. NEW in-depth videos on Probability, Distribution and Probability Distributions in Risk Management. 

A detailed set of videos are added for probability, distributions (a large number of distributions with advanced ones) and probability distributions. Additional explanations given for Monte Carlo and Latin Hypercube simulations.

7. NEW set of videos for Project Life Cycle and Development Approach.

The new RMP ECO clearly informs about a number of possible life cycles – predictive, adaptive or hybrid. Hence, a new set of exhaustive videos on how to select a life cycle has been added. One complexity model addresses how to select the life cycle based on uncertainties and complexities. This is explained in-depth.

8. NEW in-depth videos on Uncertainty Performance Domain.

A new set of exhaustive videos has been added for the Uncertainty performance domain (PD), the 8th PD of the PMBOK guide, 7th edition. This PD is very important considering uncertainties, ambiguities, complexities, volatilities and risks.

9. NEW in-depth videos for the interactions of Principles, Performance Domains and Models, Method and Artifacts (MMAs).

For your exam, you need to understand how the twelve management principles, eight PDs and MMAs interact. The first explanation is in a generic way. Next, considering Uncertainty PD, it’s explained more specifically how they interact.

10. NEW set of videos for Complexity and Other Models.

In the PMBOK guide, 7th edition comes with a number of models, one of them being the complexity models. These complexity models will be associated with Uncertainties and Risks. For example, a completely new model of Cynefin Framework has been explained in-depth. Explanations are also there for other models, e.g., Process Group Model.

11. NEW set of videos for Foundational Risk Standard, PMBOK7 and PMBOK6 working together.

The Foundational Risk Standard has seven risk management principles, risk management life cycle and seven risk management processes. PMBOK7, as noted before, is not a process-based standard, but principle-based. PMBOK6, on the other hand, is a process-based standard. This creates big confusion. A set of videos are there to explain how to proceed with the RMP Exam with consideration for the Process Group model.

12. NEW in-depth videos for Risk Management in Agile.

Agile and Hybrid approaches are now part of the RMP exam (as per ECO). Hence, detailed videos are now available for Agile artifacts, Agile roles, and Agile events. All these are explained from a Risk Management context.  It also includes detailed explanation on Servant Leadership, a favored leadership style and referenced in PMBOK7 and the new ECO.

13. NEW video for Risk Management Process Interactions in Agile.

The 7 processes for risk management per the Foundational Standard for Risk Management can also be applied in an Agile environment. It’s explained in detail and how various Agile artifacts, events and role interplay. 

Agile content is also available in the Foundational Standard for Risk Management and explanations consider this standard.

14. NEW in-depth videos for Agile (and Hybrid when needed) in every Risk Management Process.

For all the risk management processes, from Plan Risk Management to Monitor Risks, a separate and dedicated section on Agile is added. This section informs how the related activities are conducted in an Agile environment. For example, considering Risk Monitoring, how does one monitor the risks in an Agile/Adaptive environment?

15. NEW videos for Risk-Adjusted Backlog, Risk-Adjusted ROI, Exception Plan, Story Points, Relative Estimations, among others.

A number of the above concepts are now available both in the Foundational Risk Standard and PMBOK7. Hence, new videos have been made available for them. They are put in respective processes, where they will be used most.

16. NEW videos for Risk Map, Risk Board, Risk Census Chart, Risk Burndown Chart, Risk Reviews etc.

All the above concepts are newly added to the RMP Live Lessons. For example, Risk Reviews is a key topic in Uncertainty PD (PMBOK7) and how you have to know how Risk Reviews happen in both predictive and adaptive approaches. 

17. NEW videos specifically for new concepts from PMBOK7 such as Risk Threat Profile, Leading and Lagging indicators, among others.

The PMBOK7 has a number of new risk related concepts as mentioned above. New videos are now available for all of them. 

18. NEW videos on-line RMP proctor exam.

The RMP exam can now be taken online via a proctor (and also traditional center-based mode). A dedicated set of videos are available on how to take the exam in both modes.

19. UPDATED with a number of tips and tricks and UPDATED Course Index File.

A number of new tips and tricks have been added to the course. In addition, as I frequently write on Risk Management topics, new contents made available via it are now part of the course.

The index file is important to know the latest content of the course. The new ones are highlighted for the NEW, as well as the UPDATED content. 

20. NEW XLS Sheet with the processes with ITTOs.

For your RMP exam, you still have to refer to the PMBOK 6th edition. This is because the Foundational Risk Standard is mainly process-based and it aligns 100% with PMBOK6! Hence, an XLS sheet is available for the processes and ITTOs. 

Note: The XLS sheet can be downloaded.

Top Features – Updated RMP Live Lessons

  • Total Video Duration: 34 hours (approx.) [34h 09m 22s]
  • Number of Videos: 522
  • Number of Lessons: 14 (+2)
  • Number of Questions: 1287
  • Number of Full-Length Question Sets: 7 (total = 805 Questions) 
  • Lesson-end Questions: 35 to 40 questions (average)
  • Lesson-end Smart Cards: 115
  • Process and ITTO Video Exercises: 65
  • Tips: 100s of them

More details on it are available available at:

https://www.managementyogi.com/p/rmp-live-lessons.html

It informs on the access, duration, price, FAQs, among others.

Applicability, Validity and Payment

  • RMP Latest Exam with latest ECO (2022): Foundational Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects, PMBOK Guide 7th Edition, PMBOK Guide 6th Edition, Practice Standard for Project Risk Management Standard as needed, and other mandated references by PMI 
  • Valid Date for the Guarantee: 6 months or 1 year from date of purchase
  • Price:
    $709 USD / Rs 49,949 (6 months access)
    $1,049 USD / Rs 73,549 (1 year access)
  • Payment Link: paypal.me/managementyogi
    (Login, Send your payment to paypal account of ndsatya@gmail.com, Enter the amount; Invoice will be generated after payment)
    OR, you can pay via Bank Transfer or Payment. For this, please send a mail to managementyogi@gmail.com to get account the details.
  • Number of attempts: 2 
  • Available since: May, 2022 
  • Primary Format: Video, Accessible
  • Status: Available
    (accessible via laptop/desktop)

Updated Course Breakdown and Course Index

The complete course breakdown for the Guaranteed RMP course is shown below, with the new updates highlighted in green. It details on the hours of learning, number of videos and practice questions, along with various exercise details. You can scroll to see the full content.

Conclusion

With all the updates the RMP Live Lessons course completely includes the needed content from the Foundational Risk Standard, PMBOK7, PMBO6, Practice Standard for Risk Management and many other references. As noted earlier, all the new/updated content will be FREE of cost for the existing customers of the course.

As far as I am aware, this is the only RMP Exam Prep Course in the world, which comes with a full money-back guarantee linked to you passing the RMP exam.  There are no tricks involved. With it you can prepare strongly and have a high chance of being a RMP.

If you want to buy or have any other questions, please send an email to managementyogi@gmail.com.


Monday, June 27, 2022

Updated New Course: RMP 30 Contact Hours Online Course




The Risk Management Professional (RMP) exam has completely changed and based on it, the following course has been fully updated:

RMP 30 Contact Hours Online Course

This is a complete video course and comes with a full money-back guarantee. You can go for either 30 or 40 contact hours with this course. 

This video course’s first version was made available in April, 2021. The current new course is based on the new RMP Exam Content Outline (ECO of March/April 2022), the Foundational Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects (2019), the PMBOK Guide, 7th edition (2021) and PMBOK Guide 6th edition (2017), and other PMI mandated references, as needed. 

As of today, this is the only RMP contact hours course in the world, which is the latest. Many providers claim to be the latest, but dump loads of content from PMBOK7, Agile etc. This creates big problem, confusion and a very painful preparation for RMP exam takers:

  • You don’t need to know the entire PMBOK7, but only from a risk management perspective.
  • You don’t need to know all the tasks and enablers of the five domains from the new RMP ECO. But know how those enable you for the RMP exam.
  • Similarly, Agile concepts are vast. You have to only know how Agile can be applied in a risk management context.

The update has happened after months of preparation and understanding on the latest exam. The current RMP 30 Contact Hours Online Course is now compliant with the latest RMP Exam. 

All subscribers of this course have already received updates for the new course, FREE of cost.

A number of professionals have referred my book and/or courses to clear the RMP exam. You can read the success stories in the below link.

RMP Success Stories Over Years


What’s New in the RMP 30 Contact Hours Online Course?

Below are the top highlights for the updates to this course. 

1. NEW Videos for Welcome and Introduction to RMP Exam.

The RMP exam has completely changed in a number of ways considering the exam. The exam reference sources have also changed. These new videos cover them.

2. NEW Videos for new RMP Exam Content Outline (ECO).

The RMP exam has now a completely new ECO, with new sets of domains, tasks and enablers. You need to understand them for your exam. Again, don’t go by material which just mindlessly dumps the ECO, but explains how it’ll help to prepare for the exam.

3. NEW Videos for 12 Project Management Principles (PR) and 8 Performance Domains (PD).

The PMBOK Guide, 7th edition is now a reference source, along with the main reference source of the Foundational Standard on Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects. 

The PMBOK7 has 12 project management PRs, 8 PDs, new areas for tailoring and a number of new models, methods and artifacts. You need to know them primarily from a risk management perspective. A number of videos are added for it. 

4. NEW Videos on Uncertainty Performance Domain.

A new performance domain (PD) of Uncertainty under PMBOK7 is important for the new RMP exam. The Uncertainty PD covers the aspects of risk as well as uncertainty, volatility, complexity and ambiguity. For this purpose, a number of videos are added across the course. 

5. NEW Videos for Uncertainty Complexity Models.

In the PMBOK guide, 7th edition comes with a number of models, one of them being the complexity models, which will be primarily associated with Uncertainty PD. A number of new videos are added for it. 

6. UPDATED and NEW Videos for Development Approaches.

The new RMP ECO informs about a number of possible approaches – predictive, adaptive or hybrid across the five exam domains. Hence, new videos are added for this purpose. 

7. NEW Videos for Risk Management in Agile.

As noted in the previous one, Agile and Hybrid approaches are now part of the RMP exam (as per ECO). Hence, new videos are now available for Agile artifacts, Agile roles, and Agile events. 

All these are explained from a Risk Management context.  It also includes explanations on Servant Leadership, a new leadership style mentioned in the ECO.

8. NEW Videos for Risk Management Process Interactions in Agile.

The 7 processes for risk management processes as per the Foundational Standard for Risk Management can also be applied in an Agile environment. The interplay and interactions among the processes are explained with new videos, from an Agile environment perspective.

9. NEW Videos for Agile in every Risk Management Process.

New videos, as needed, are added for every process of Risk Management. The processes are from the Foundational Risk Management Standard. For example, considering Identify Risks, how does one identify the risks in an Agile/Adaptive environment?

10. Videos for NEW Concepts in Risk Management.

The Foundational Standard for Risk Management and the PMBOK7 has a number of new risk related concepts as. New videos are now available for them. 

11. A NEW Question Set referring the PMBOK Guide, 7th edition.

A new question set with questions and detailed answers has been added to the RMP 30 Contact Hours Online Course. This set mostly refers the PMBOK Guide, 7th edition. Few questions are from the Foundational Risk Management Standard. 

12. UPDATED with a number of tips and tricks and UPDATED Course Index File.

A number of new tips and tricks have been added to the course. 

The index file is important to know the latest content of the course. The new videos are prepended with the word “NEW” and the updated ones with “UPDATED”. 

Top Highlights – Updated RMP 30 Contact Hours Online

  • Total Video Duration: 17.5 hours (approx.)
    • Additional 2.5 hours added for New ECO, PMBOK7
  • Number of Videos: 288 (Additional 38 videos added)
  • Number of Lessons: 12 (+2)
  • Number of Questions: 500 (approx.) (Over 50 questions are newly added)
  • Number of Full-Length Question Sets: 3 (total = 345 Questions) 
    • One more question set on PMBOK7 and Risk Management 

More details on it are available available at:

It informs on the access, duration, price, FAQs, among others.

Applicability, Validity and Payment
  • RMP Latest Exam (2022): Risk Management Standards and Practices Guides, PMBOK Guide, 7th and 6th Editions [Updated May, 2022]
  • Course Duration: 6 months or 1 year from the date of purchase
  • Price:
    $219 USD/ Rs 15,149 (6 months access)
    $329 USD/ Rs 22,849 (1 year access)
  • Payment Link: paypal.me/managementyogi
    (Login, Send your payment to paypal account of ndsatya@gmail.com, Enter the amount; Invoice will be generated after payment)
    OR, you can pay via Bank Transfer or Payment. For this, please send a mail to managementyogi@gmail.com to get account the details.
  • Available since: May, 2022 
  • Primary Format: Video, Accessible
  • Course Extension: 6 months more and 50% reduced price as given above.
    For further extensions, 50% reduced price will also be applicable.
  • Status: Available
    (accessible via laptop/desktop)

Updated Course Breakdown and Course Index

The complete course breakdown is shown below, with the new updates highlighted in green. It details on the hours of learning, number of videos and practice questions, along with various exercise details. You can scroll to see the full content.


Conclusion

With this new course you can go for either 30 or 40 contact hours, mandatorily needed as part of the certification pre-requisites. 

Now the newly updated RMP 30 Contact Hours Online Course includes the needed content from the Foundational Risk Standard, PMBOK7, PMBOK6 and other needed references. With it, I believe aspiring RMPs will have solid foundations on risk management and prepare for the new RMP exam.

If you want to buy or have any other questions, please send an email to managementyogi@gmail.com.


RMP 30 Contact Hours Course:


Saturday, June 25, 2022

Updated Book: What’s New – I Want To Be A RMP, Second Edition in 2022


The Risk Management Professional (RMP) exam from the Project Management Institute (PMI) has completely changed with the new RMP examination content outline (ECO) of 2022, new reference guides such as Foundational Standard for Risk Management (explicitly mentioned for the first time), PMBOK Guide, 7th edition and other latest reference books.


The
book, I Want To Be An RMP, Second Edition has been available since December 2020 and has enabled many successful PMI-RMPs. The updated edition of the book: I Want To Be A RMP, is now fully aligned with the latest RMP exam.

Like any aspect of learning, risk management principles, domains, artifacts, models, practices, and methods continuously evolve. There are also new ways to manage the risks with software tools’ updates. Based on these, this book has seen continuous updates since its availability in 2020.


Why the Updates?

Traditional print-edition of books rarely get updated and if at all they get updated, the print cycle will be in a number of months or years. This itself is a risk, when the world of risk management changes frequently. 

The book for Risk Management Professional Exam (RMP) has seen frequent updates since its availability. As the book is hosted online, the changes are frequent and rapid with continuous updates to customers. They are also important for you to know the latest guides, principles, practices or frameworks and stay up-to-date.

The updates for the RMP book are primarily driven by these factors:

  • Availability or updates to existing standards: For example, in the new RMP exam, the Foundational Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs and Projects is mentioned as the first reference source, for the first time!

  • Availability or updates to existing guides: Risk management is based on guides, e.g., the PMBOK guide, 7th edition now a new reference source for the RMP exam. 

  • New questions or ways to take the exam: New types of questions come in the RMP exam or new ways are introduced to take the exam. For the new RMP exam, you now have multi-response questions.

  • Emerging new practices: For example, some practices in Risk Management considering Agile and/or Hybrid approach. 

  • Feedback from exam takers: Some successful RMPs write their exam experiences and inform on new types of questions. 

  • Updates on advanced or complex areas: For example, many times new concepts such as Risk-Adjusted ROI, Risk-Adjusted Backlog, Risk-Adjusted Plan etc.
    It also includes new frameworks or methods, e.g., Cynefin Framework. 

  • Updates on Videos: Many times, I add additional videos with exercises and solutions considering the complexity of the topic. 

With this background, there have been continuous and frequent updates to the RMP Exam Prep: I Want To Be A RMP

All these updates are free for existing customers of the book.


What’s New in the Book – I Want To Be A RMP?


The book, I Want To Be A RMP, as noted before, has seen continuous updates. These are highlights for the new additions, and updates to the latest book. 

1. NEW sections for mapping the ECO’s Domains and Tasks to Risk Management Processes.

As mentioned in the beginning, the RMP exam content outline (ECO) has changed. Your exam blueprint will be set by the ECO. Hence, for every process of Risk Management, a mapping table has been provided in every chapter considering the domains-tasks-enablers of the ECO. This will enable you to understand the exam questions and structure and prepare accordingly.

2. NEW section for Twelve Project Management Principles.

The PMBOK guide, 7th edition has a radically different approach compared to the PMBOK, 6th edition. While PMBOK6 has a process-based approach, PMBOK7 has a principle-based approach with twelve principles. The 12 project management principles are now part of the book. Detailed explanations is available with a focus on risk management perspectives.

3. NEW section for Eight Performance Domains.

The PMBOK guide, 7th edition comes with eight performance domains (PDs), which are a group of related activities and functions critical to effective deliveries of project outcomes. The PMBOK guide, 7th edition is outcome (not output) focused. This book explains these PDs and keeps risk management in focus.

4. NEW section for Life Cycle and Development Approach Selection.

The new RMP ECO clearly informs about a number of possible life cycles – predictive, adaptive or hybrid. Hence, a new section on how to select a life cycle has been added. This also associates with one of the performance domains (PD) of PMBOK7 and it’s explained in the book.

5. NEW section for Uncertainty Performance Domain (PD).

A new section has been added for the Uncertainty PD, the 8th PD of the PMBOK guide, 7th edition. This PD is very important to know and understand uncertainty and associated areas such as ambiguity, complexity, volatility and of course, risk. As the PDs are guided by the new 12 project management principles, whenever needed clear explanation has been for the principles guiding the Uncertainty PD. 

6. NEW sections for Stacey’s Matrix and Cynefin Framework.

In the PMBOK guide, 7th edition there are two complexity models of Stacey’s Matrix and Cynefin Framework, which are specifically applied to the Uncertainty PD. Two new sections have been added for it and informs how they can be applied in Risk Management. 

7. NEW sections for Risk Management in Agile.

Agile and Hybrid approaches are now part of the RMP exam (as per ECO). Hence, needed explanations have been given on various Agile artifacts (Roadmap, Backlog, Iteration Backlog, Burndown Chart etc.) and how they will be used in risk management context. 

You will also have details on Agile (generic) events such as Planning, Daily Standups, Reviews and Retrospectives. You will know various (generic) roles in Agile such as Product Owner, Team Members and Team Facilitator.

8. NEW section for Servant Leadership.

Servant Leadership is a favored leadership style in Adaptive environments, though it can be employed in others. The PMBOK 7th edition includes it, so also the new RMP ECO, tacitly. Hence, a new section has been added. 

9. NEW section on Risk Management Process Interactions in Agile.

There are 7 processes for risk management as per the Foundational Standard for Risk Management. As agile/hybrid are clearly mentioned to be part of the exam (based on new ECO), a new section for interactions among the processes of risk management has been added. 

10. NEW sections for Agile in every Risk Management Process.

For all the risk management processes, from Plan Risk Management to Monitor Risks, a separate and dedicated section on Agile is added. This section informs how the related activities are conducted in an Agile environment. For example, considering Risk Monitoring, how does one monitor the risks in an Agile/Adaptive environment?

11. A number of NEW concepts for Risk Management.

Across the chapters of the book, as you proceed, you will learn a number of risk management concepts such as Risk-Adjusted Backlog (PMBOK7), Risk-Adjusted ROI, New Estimation Techniques, among others.

A new question set containing with questions and detailed answers is added to the book. Almost all the questions refer to the PMBOK Guide, 7th edition.

12. UPDATED with a number of tips and tricks and Book’s Index File.

A number of new tips and tricks have been added because of the scope and breadth of changes in the latest updated book. In addition, as I frequently write on Risk Management topics, they have brought in new additions to the book.  

The index file is important to know the latest content of the book. As the book gets updated the index file also gets updated with clear highlighting for the NEW, as well as the UPDATED content. You will also know if any item has been removed.


Overall Content of the Book

  • Number of Chapters: 14 (12+2)
  • Number of Pages: 638 
  • Number of Questions: 456
  • Full-Length Question Sets: 3 [One additional question set + a new set on PMBOK7]
    • Three full length question sets. 
    • Each with 115 questions and detailed answers (total 345)
  • Number of videos: 15
  • Based on: Foundational Standard for Risk Management in Portfolios, Programs, and Projects, PMBOK Guide 7th edition, PMBOK Guide 6th edition, Practice Standard for Project Risk Management as needed, NEW Exam Content Outline (ECO) for the RMP exam, and other reference books.

How Will I Know about the Updates?

I face this question frequently from people who want to purchase the RMP book. I understand this concern and below points clearly inform how to know about the updates.

  1. All changes will be clearly communicated to you via E-Mail. 

  2. Inside the book, the new ones will be highlighted as *** NEW ***, and the updates ones will be *** UPDATED ***. Green color coding will be there for these changes.

  3. All the earlier updated mails are part of the RMP book, so that you are clearly aware of the new changes that have happened. 

  4. The index file of the book is also updated, because that gives you a quick view on the new/updated content. 

  5. For the new videos in the book, the videos are clearly noted as NEW, so that you are immediately aware of it. Yes, the RMP exam prep book also contains many videos. 

  6. For the new documents, the documents are clearly noted as NEW, too.

  7. A number of tips and revision reminders are also added along with the content in the RMP exam prep book. They are also clearly highlighted.

  8. For any clarification or questions on these updates, you can ask your questions. You will definitely get a response. 

  9. As noted earlier, all the new/updated content will be FREE of cost to you.


Conclusion

With these changes, the book – I Want To Be A RMP is now completely aligned with the latest RMP exam content outline, the Foundational Standard for Risk Management, PMBOK guide 7th and 6th editions as well as other reference books. 

As far as I am aware, this is the only RMP Exam Prep book in the world, this is the only book which is the latest and based on the new RMP exam. I firmly believe it’ll provide tremendous benefits for aspiring RMPs and risk management practitioners.  


Saturday, June 11, 2022

More Sample Videos: CAPM Live Lessons – Guaranteed Pass

 



This is in continuation of the following posts: 

In this post, I've added share a number of sample videos. Now, you have in total 9 sample videos, which are public. The access to these videos is completely free and can be seen at the YouTube channel of Management Yogi.

If you want to see more sample videos to make your purchase decision, please send a mail to: managementyogi@mail.com. You will get the access.

The videos are from:

  • Lesson: Welcome (4 videos)
    • Video: 1. Welcome
    • Video: 3. What is Guaranteed CAPM Pass
    • Video: 4. CAPM Live Lessons Breakdown
    • Video: 8. Mandatory End Course Assessment
  • Lesson: About PMI-CAPM Exam (5 videos)
    • Video: 1.3 CAPM Certification
    • Video: 1.4 CAPM Exam Pre-requisites
    • Video: 1.5 CAPM Exam Content Outline (ECO)
    • Video: 1.9 CAPM Exam Details
    • Video: 1.13 CAPM Exam Process

You can check these videos one by one in the below playlist.

CAPM Guaranteed Pass Sample Video Playlist (9Videos) 


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Videos: Lesson  Welcome

Video 4. CAPM Live Lessons Breakdown (3m:05s)

This video informs the course breakdown structure of the CAPM Live Lessons course. It's hosted online and divided into multiple lessons. With it, you will have a better learning experience.



Video 8. Mandatory End Course Assessment (1m:43s)

This video explains the mandatory contact hours needed for your CAPM exam. The assessment test is part of this Live Lesons course. With it, you are eligible to get the mandatory CAPM 23 contact hours, which are needed to sit in the CAPM exam.


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Videos: Lesson  About CAPM Exam

Video 1.3 Value of CAPM Certification (3m:49s)

This video informs about the importance of CAPM certification and how it'll be valuable for you. Many think only about the PMP certification, which can be demanding for many, It may take years. I'd strongly recommend to go for CAPM certification to get a solid foundational understanding on project management.


Video 1.4 CAPM Exam Pre-requisites (2m:32s)

This video informs on the needed pre-requisites to sit in the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam. These are the latest ones. 


Video 1.5 CAPM Exam Content Outline (ECO) (3m:25s)

The exam content outline (ECO) for the CAPM sets the blueprint of the exam. The domains/areas, percentage of questions coming your exam etc. will be decided by the ECO. ECO is important to understand.



Video 1.9 CAPM Exam Details (6m:03s)

This video informs the details of the CAPM exam. It includes the exam duration, total number of questions, score questions, unscored questions, among others.


Video 1.13 CAPM Exam Process, Step-by-Step (5m:03s)

This video explains the CAPM exam process in a step-by-step manner. With it, you will understand how to proceed with the certification, the audit and its requirements, appearing in the exam and continuing with your CAPM certification.



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