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Monday, December 09, 2019

Earn A Respected PMP® Project Management Certification For Under $50

Packing one of the most in-demand skill sets in today’s business world, project management professionals clearly understand the concepts and processes behind keeping a critical tech project on task and on budget. But to be entrusted with a company’s biggest projects, you need a PMP® certification, the most respected project management certification available, to prove your abilities.

Right now, you can prep for the certification exam without investing big dollars or time in courses. LearnSmart’s project management training is available to National Memo readers for only $49.99 — that’s over 90% off its usual $1,495 regular price.

With more than 76 courses featuring over 35 hours of instruction, this training covers every corner of proper project management training. From understanding the basic building blocks to more advanced PMP® concepts, including organizational influence, project life cycles and more, you’ll learn what it takes to run a successful project.

By the time you’re finished, you’ll not only know how to plan, staff and execute high-profile projects, but you’ll also be ready to ace the PMP® and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exams. The course even counts toward the 35 contact-hours required for your credentials.

Grab this bundle now for that 96% off savings in The National Memo Store.

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