Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
It’s Fall and time for the kids to go back to school. But what about the rest of us? Well it’s time to sharpen your pencils, break out the books, and get busy proving our skills in preparation for the new Microsoft Certification Exams! And it’s not just about having that extra letters after your name! Having the MCTS or MCITP certification means you have proven industry recognized knowledge and capabilities in Microsoft project and protfolio management technologies. But what does it take to achieve these coveted certifications? Do I need to have PDU’s? What’s the exam like? Is there more than one? What do they cover? Tune in to Project Talk and get the skinny on what it takes and find out if you’re certifiable!
Project Talk is an interactive ‘radio show’ and web-session with real-time demonstrations of common project management and scheduling issues and how to address them using MS Project and other tools.
ProjectTalk is sponsored by PM Providers.
Matt Davis, PMP, MCTS, MCITP, has been an active member of the project management community for more than 20 years. Matt has managed development and delivery of PMOs, EPM deployments, project delivery methodologies, strategic change programs, training seminars, organizational maturity assessments, and other strategic initiatives for a variety of clients, including Fidelity Investments, Estee Lauder, Reuters News, John Hancock Insurance, Iron Mountain, Mead Johnson, Mohegan Sun Casino, and AARP. He has also provided consulting services to leaders in the medical and healthcare industries, including Smith & Nephew, Biogen-Idec, and HP Medical Products Group. He’s currently vice president for Consulting Services at PM Providers and president of the MPUG Boston chapter. Contact him by phone at 978-683-2434 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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