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PMP & CAPM Exam Preparation

This course is about real learning rather than memorizing and only learning how to pass an exam. This provides you with something you can really use in your projects; something that makes sense and you can relate to.


Learn ITIL 4 from one of the best ITIL and Service Management experts and Lifetime Achievement Award holder for outstanding contribution to IT Service Management, who happens to be the co-author of ITIL, Ivor Macfarlane:

This course offers everything you need to learn ITIL 4 and prepare for the ITIL Foundation exam. This course is provided with Pass Guarantee.

PRINCE2® Foundation

The main purpose of this certification program is to familiarize the candidates with PRINCE2 approach, principles, processes, themes, and terminology. Successful candidates will have a better understanding of project ecosystem and can contribute more to the success of the project.

PRINCE2® Practitioner

The main purpose of this certification program is to prepare the candidates for taking on more serious roles in project management, from designing and implementing the system to successful leadership. The topic is presented as a discussion over scenarios and questions commonly seen in projects.

AgilePM® Foundation

The main purpose of this certification program is to familiarize the candidates with the way Agile projects can be run in larger organizations with one or more teams, and involvement of multiple departments.

PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner

The exam is open-book; you can only use the official PRINCE2 Agile manual from AXELOS during the exam. Answering some of the questions is very easy when you can look them up in the manual, so, it’s a good idea to buy the book as soon as possible.

The Scrum Framework

This course helps the learner understand the core of Scrum framework with all its practical considerations. Candidates would be prepared to take the PSMTM I exam from Scrum.org.

Agile Scrum Foundation

Scrum is a subset of Agile.It is a lightweight process framework for agile development, and the most widely-used one. A Scrum process is distinguished from other agile processes by specific concepts and practices, divided into the three categories of Roles, Artifacts, and Time Boxes.